UCLA Anderson Blog

UCLA Anderson Blog

  • By Shawn Hakim (’14) The Dominican Republic, famous for having some of cleanest beaches in the world has an untold story: More than 9 million Dominicans live each night in a state of darkness – with roughly eight million Dominicans facing nightly blackouts and one million more living off the...
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    Mon, 02 May 2016
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  • After graduating from Yale with a degree in fine arts, Orange County-raised Eunice Cho (FEMBA ’14) headed for New York City and wound up working for a high-end lingerie company. There she took on a number of creative roles while whetting her appetite for the business side of the fashion...
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    Thu, 28 Apr 2016
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  • By Sam Lin (’16) I still vividly remember my first time at the Wilbur K. Woo Greater China Business Conference. I was a eyes-wide-open pre-MBA, eager to learn about all the exciting opportunities I could take on with my new skills. As a bilingual immigrant who’s only work experience was...
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    Thu, 28 Apr 2016

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International Food Festival 2016

Social Innovation Week 2016

International Food Festival 2016

International Food Festival 2016

LGBT Awareness Week 2016

LGBT Awareness Week 2016

Architects of Change

Architects of Change feat. Maria Shriver and Russell Simmons, April 2016