Terence Hu prepares us all for professional life with a crash course on corporate jargon
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Reflections on spring break choices.
Uncovering Booth’s most secretive society, the 30+ Club
A bitmoji’s take on life in business school and enduring Chicago’s weather fluctuations.
It is unclear if people knew that this was reality, or if they’d constructed an elaborate delusion believing that they were witnessing a TV show. Either way, what they did know is that it was free, and a constant source of fun.
Long revered as a sex guru by her classmates, Betty Booth, class of 1945, has been advising classmates for the last 30 years. Believing she has advice that can be passed on to the millennials of the Booth generation, she has kindly agreed to join the ChiBus team as guest advice columnist.
The Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholder meeting is a great time to catch up with friends in the industry. Yan Zhang walks us through his experience at this year’s event.
With a multitude of various issues and agreements needing further collaboration, political insiders are divided in their predictions of the law passing both the IL Senate and House prior to the approaching May 31 deadline.
Evening & Weekend
On Saturday, January 19th, the Program Office and the Leadership Development team piloted a Leadership Retreat for Evening MBA and Weekend MBA students.
In bustling London, a group of Boothies from the evening & weekend program were in the land of Lords and Earls to network, spend time with London based alumni, attend some intriguing sessions besides just having fun- the Booth way.
Zata reflects on her experiences in Palestine and weighs in on the Israeli occupation
ChiBus brings you two opinions from our community on the controversial topic of abortion. Nicole Campbell writes, “If we instinctively defend the lives and dignity of those fleeing wars, poverty, and famine, we should similarly hold sacred the lives and dignity of the silent and largely unseen unborn.”
ChiBus brings you two opinions from our community on the controversial topic of abortion. Joe Bernstein, Class of 2019, writes, “Congress or the States passing laws dictating allowable medical procedures represents a most egregious form of government intrusion into our private lives.”
We all know that, as UChicago students, we have free access to the Art Institute, but how many of us have actually been?