Student Voices

Johnson BusinessFeed

Turning the page: MBAs help NY publishers balance passion with profit

Big Red Microenterprise took on a primary challenge of many small business owners—the desire to balance profit with passion—with Larson Publications.

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An unconventional decision: My straight-through, MBA/bachelor’s degree experience

Hannah Cho, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on her decision to pursue both her bachelor’s degree and MBA at Cornell over the course of five years.

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Grubhub and Groupon: What if they merged?

Bryan Burroughs, Two-Year MBA ’20, reflects on teaming up with classmates to solve a real-world business scenario for the Investment Banking Immersion.

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Unexpected access: Doors opened to Johnson SGE students at the nation’s capital

Tim Shaw, Two-Year MBA ’20, recounts conversations with top officials and thought leaders on the Washington D.C. trek as part of the SGE Immersion.

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You’re in! You’ve accepted! How do you make the most of your next two years?

Mukul Aggarwal, Two-Year MBA ’19, offers advice to incoming students on making the most of opportunities available at Johnson.

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Interdisciplinary work is the new frontier, and Cornell is leading the way

As part of the practicum he participated in, Angus J. McKenzie, MPS ’19, provided services to low-income taxpayers from diverse communities.

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The magic of Israel, from technology to agriculture and everything in between

Patricia Guzman, Two-Year MBA ’19, recounts her nine-day trek to the Middle East over spring break. She visited Israel alongside 90 of her Johnson classmates.

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A recipe for success: Reinventing Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness

The Johnson Food, Beverage, and Agribusiness (JBFA) student club focuses on issues of sustainability and farm-to-table eating in the Ithaca area.

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Park Perspectives: Big Red Ventures’ co-founders inspire current Park Fellows

Alex Ivanov and John Kyles, MBAs ’00 and Park Fellows, founded Big Red Ventures, a student-run, evergreen venture capital fund that continues to thrive today.