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Jan
8
2020

Attending Michigan these past two years, I’ve been the most accepted I’ve ever been in my life. But when going abroad and immersing yourself in another culture, I discovered you need to keep an open mind and remember you’re not alone.

Dec
6
2019

As a woman and a Latina, I knew that making the choice to go back to school to pursue an MBA would be an adjustment. At most top business schools, though the number of women has increased, gender parity is still an aspiration somewhere in the far-off distance. However, coming to Ross has helped me meet my goals and step into my own as a leader. 

Oct
8
2018

My friends warned me that living in a small college town in a Midwestern state would be very different, and I’d at best be tokenized as one of a handful of LGBTQ individuals and at worst be in a community rife with latent homophobia.  Thankfully, reflecting on my first year at Ross, I realize that couldn’t be further from the truth.    

Sep
4
2018

We are working with an inspirational and enthusiastic group of women to create a conference focused on empowering women during their MBA, through their internship, and beyond graduation into their careers.

Oct
3
2017

I vividly remember the first day of orientation at Ross. It reminded me of the first day of middle school – everyone had on their best clothes, a fresh haircut and everyone was thinking the same thing: “I hope I fit in!” I was no different.

Aug
23
2017

It’s the summer before your first year of college. Your high school classes are finished, you’ve graduated, and you have no summer homework. You and your friends are free for the summer and instead of spending your days enjoying the sun, traveling and hanging out, you choose to...attend classes?

Sep
21
2015
Jan
28
2015

I uttered the first thing that came to mind: “How’s do you like…ummm…South Africa?” An embarrassing trip-up...

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