Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Case for Legal Immigration Reform

Dean Bruner wrote a terrific blog post ‘The Case for International Students’ yesterday highlighting the advantages of a diverse student body at Darden with students born in many different countries. While I agree with his arguments, I’d like to add … Continue reading

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My summer at J.P. Morgan

Most MBA summer internships ended 3-4 weeks ago and Darden classes started pretty soon after. It’s been great to get back to Charlottesville, reconnect with my friends and learn about their diverse experiences from May – August. The fact that … Continue reading

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