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Students go behind the scenes on Royal Caribbean cruise

Twenty students from the Hotel School witnessed firsthand how Royal Caribbean International successfully operates its cruises after they boarded the Enchantment of the Seas in February for a three-day experiential learning trip to the Bahamas.

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A “land of opportunity” at the Hotel School

The Hotel School can prepare you for a career in just about anything your heart desires—it is a land of opportunity amongst an ocean of diversity in knowledge.

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Exploring courses outside of the Hotel School

To help everyone get a head start in exploring options outside the Hotel School, I’m sharing a list of my top favorite non-HADM classes that I’ve taken thus far.

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Undergrads! Here’s how to make your Hotel School experience count.

As students know well, everyone at the Hotel School came from the top percentiles in their class. But here’s the truth: This place isn’t a cut-throat competitive arena.

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A Sense of Place at The 93rd Hotel Ezra Cornell

This year, the Hotel Ezra Cornell conference theme was A Sense of Place, where speakers, alumni, and industry leaders discussed a shift from an age of information to an era of experience.

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2018 Best & Brightest: Kayti Stanley ’18

Kayti Stanley, SHA ’18, has been named one of the Best & Brightest Business Majors by Poets & Quants.

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Flexibility for the future: Curriculum and experiences pave infinite paths

The best part about being in the Hotel School is the flexibility it gives me for the future. The amount of different paths that Hotelies take is what makes it such an incredibly dynamic learning environment.

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Hotelies set course for the cruise industry with immersive Royal Caribbean experience

Students recently traded their winter jackets for sunglasses to get a closer look into the cruise industry with Robert Kwortnik’s Introduction to the Global Leisure Cruise Industry course.

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10 things I learned transferring to Cornell University

Lane Rosen ’19, after graduating with a degree in baking and pastry from the Culinary Institute of America, transferred to the Hotel School to learn more about the hospitality industry. Check out some of the important things Lane has learned so far.