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Jan
8
2020

Attending Michigan these past two years, I’ve been the most accepted I’ve ever been in my life. But when going abroad and immersing yourself in another culture, I discovered you need to keep an open mind and remember you’re not alone.

Nov
26
2019

I recently wrote about my experience visiting the University of Michigan Museum of Art with nearly 100 other first-year BBA students, faculty, and staff at Michigan Ross for an online publication called Her Campus. This was the second year this event was organized for students in BA 100. I would love to provide a glimpse into this insightful event.

May
22
2019

When I look back at all of my study abroad photos from Sweden now, I think about how different my life would be if I had not been brave enough to try something new and uncommon.

Apr
22
2019

Effective altruism (EA) is a philosophy and international social movement that uses evidence and rigorous research to determine the most effective ways to identify and solve these kinds of problems. And, I’m happy to say, it recently found its way into Michigan Ross.

Mar
15
2019

Several weeks ago, I had the privilege of helping organize the second annual University of Michigan Science Olympiad tournament, an event that I had helped to plan since last September. 

Feb
13
2019

Have you ever spoken to someone you knew nothing about but within seconds found something in common that kept you talking for hours? I hope that this has happened to you at least once; it is one of life’s great joys.

Jan
10
2019

Peer coaches help first-year students foster a great relationship between an experienced Ross student and a first-year Ross student. Freshmen in BA 100 learn that they can come to their coach with questions about anything — from questions related to academics to questions about social life to questions about sporting events at Michigan and everything in between. 

Nov
16
2018

As President of the Mind Matters Mental Health Initiative, I recently hosted an event with five amazing speakers (outlined on the bottom of this post) called Head Talks.  Head Talks is a Ted-Talk style seminar on mindfulness, mental health and wellness, and positive psychology.

Oct
1
2018

"If you're not at the table, you're on the menu!"  This saying is quite popular in Washington D.C. It was repeated by almost every speaker we heard during the Washington Campus Carson Scholars program, which I participated in earlier this year.

Sep
24
2018

The Great Wall of China, Shanghai Tower, and Tencent Headquarters; An incredible journey that kicked off in the historical capital city of Beijing and concluded in the entrepreneurial and avant-garde city of Shenzhen has presented me with plenty of ‘food-for-thought’.

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