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Crain’s Chicago Business

Dual degrees can add up to an MBA twice as potent – 04/26/10
The article highlights MMM student Brian Swem’s decision to attend Kellogg to pursue a dual degree.

Financial Times

MBAs form club of their own – 04/23/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

Stacy Blackman blog

'MBA Peer School Forum' Launched By 7 Top Programs – 04/23/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek (Getting In blog)

B-School Student Presidents Form Group – 04/21/10
The article profiles the MBA Peer School Forum, an inter-school council of MBA student body presidents.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Taking advantage of my final term – 04/15/10
In this Financial Times’ MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about his final term at Kellogg. He also writes about his impressions of his entrepreneurship and international marketing classes.

Financial Times

Today an MBA student, tomorrow a luxury consumer – 03/29/10
The article notes Kellogg’s participation in the first business school case competition by Mercedes-Benz.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Our visit to China continues – 03/26/10
In this Financial Times’ MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about his Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course in which he traveled to China.

Financial Times

I have arrived in China, a surprisingly familiar place – 03/17/10
In this Financial Times’ MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about his Global Initiatives in Management (GIM) course in which he traveled to China.

BusinessWeek

Why MBAs are Going East – 03/11/10
Assistant dean and director of the Career Management Center Roxanne Hori comments on MBA graduates seeking employment abroad. Kellogg alum Jonathan Scearcy ’09 and Full-Time student James Tsai discuss taking jobs in Asia.

Devex

A Banker’s Perspective on Developing Africa – 03/03/10
The article notes the school’s Africa Business Conference.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Kellogg Success at the Wharton case competition – 03/02/10
In this Financial Times MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about his team’s second place win at the Wharton Buyout Case Competition.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Exciting times with marketing strategy simulation – 02/23/10
In the Financial Times' MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang explains the use of marketing strategy simulation within his marketing strategy course taught by James Farley/Booz Allen Hamilton Professor of Marketing Strategy Greg Carpenter.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Living well on a student budget – 02/22/10
In the Financial Times' MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about dining out in Chicago.

Medill Reports

Illinois, fretting over paucity of business startups, aims to assist tech entrepreneurs – 02/18/10
The article highlights Part-Time MBA student Brendan Mulligan and his startup company ArtistData.

Clear Admit Blog

Kellogg School of Management to Host Sports Business Conference This Weekend – 02/17/10
The article profiles the school’s Sports Business Conference.

Financial Times

Students learn from the light of experience – 02/15/10
The article notes the Kellogg School’s Beacon Capital Partners Executive in Residence program.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

A future in private equity? – 02/12/10
In the Financial Times' MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about the school’s 2010 Private Equity and Venture Capital Conference.

ESPNcricinfo

Carl Wright leads USA to victory – 02/09/10
The article notes Full-Time student Usman Shuja’s performance in the World Twenty20 Qualifiers.

Financial Times (MBA blog)

Cold as ice – 02/08/10
In the Financial Times' MBA blog, One-Year Kellogg MBA student Nathaniel Lang writes about the annual Chicago Polar Plunge where he and several Kellogg alumni dove into Lake Michigan to raise funds for the Special Children’s Charities and the Special Olympics.

Wall Street Journal

Denny's, Doritos, Snickers Score Big in Ad Bowl – 02/08/10
From the article: One ad that didn't live up to its advance billing was an advocacy spot from Focus on the Family, an evangelical Christian group. The ad, starring Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow, ended with Mr. Tebow playfully tackling his mom as she told of how she nearly lost him during her pregnancy, but it skirted the issue of abortion. "I think it was gentle and strategically cautious," said Elizabeth H. Liu, a 26-year-old student at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, Ill., who was watching the game with 42 other students.