Michaella Munyuzangabo's Entries

Startups | Projects that were started in B-School

Wednesday, April 27th, 2016 | | Full-time MBA

Hi everyone, It has been a while since my last post. The semester is almost over and as I reflect on the last two years, I realize how much work we have put into it. Today I wanted to highlight …

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Mid-Semester Check in…

Thursday, November 19th, 2015 | | Full-time MBA

It suddenly hit me that it is almost the end of the semester!  I am spending the bulk of my time at Columbia University, where I took advantage of one of the different experiential programs that Stern offers. I am …

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One Month In – Reflecting On My Summer Internship Experience

Friday, October 2nd, 2015 | | Full-time MBA

It has almost been a month since the semester begun and I am definitely overdue for a post.  This semester has been quite busy. Once again, I somehow ended up doing much more than I intended  – I am working …

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On Part-time Internships

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 | | Full-time MBA

Hi everyone, I hope that you are finally starting to enjoy the semi-warm weather outside. On my part, I cannot wait until school is out and I have slightly more time to be outside.  This semester has been extremely busy …

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The Tales of an International Student

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 | | Full-time MBA

It is finally spring break! And while some of my peers are travelling the world, discovering new places – I have never been happier to stay in NYC. You see I am still recovering from a little mishap that happened …

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Winter Break, Anyone?

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015 | | Full-time MBA

Last week was technically the first week of the Spring semester. Stern gives us 6 weeks of winter break! Which I know is amazing, but REALLY it depends on what you are recruiting for, when you are a 1st year …

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The Last Day of Class

Monday, December 15th, 2014 | | Full-time MBA

Tuesday December 7th was the last day of class. As I look back on this semester, I realize how quickly time flies.  I cannot believe that technically 25% of my MBA is now almost complete. I am starting to understand …

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