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Georgetown student launches ebook on startup success

While most of you were busy catching up on your beauty sleep this past winter break, Rahul Desai (MBS ’17), the CEO and co-founder of Trendify, was hard at work writing The First 30%. This 120-page ebook, which… Read More

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Growth Grant seeks to encourage entrepreneurship on campus

The Growth Grant, the first pitch competition of its kind here at Georgetown, was founded by students Jay Bhandari (MSB ’18), Jake Haberman (MSB ’18), and Rahul Desai (MSB ’17) to increase the entrepreneurship scene on campus. It… Read More

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School of Foreign Service announces a potential new Global Business major

On Friday, School of Foreign Service leaders announced a significant update to their ongoing work to establish a new SFS major: the Global Business major. This could be the eighth SFS major starting as early as next semester…. Read More

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Evening MBA Program to be offered in Tysons Corner this fall

The McDonough School of Business’ Evening MBA Program will be offered beginning this fall at a location in the Tysons Corner area in addition to the program already available on campus. The program looks to bring in students… Read More

Consulting firm pitches for “academic village” in NoMa

Mayor Vincent Gray is working with real estate and developing company Wilkes Co. to draft a proposal for a 600,000-square-foot university village at 300 M Street Northeast for Georgetown and other D.C. universities to lease. This proposal comes in… Read More

Hoyas travel West to promote app, voted D.C.’s “Hottest Start-up”

When James Li (MSB ’13) began his freshman year at Georgetown, the traditional paths of finance and international banking were on the horizon. “It was sort of a struggle to see a path that was different from that,” he… Read More

Bono talks less social enterprise, more on Afro-nerds and activism

Legendary U2 rock star Bono was made to feel right at home when a full audience at Gaston Hall welcomed him Monday evening. Just when we thought Bono’s keynote address would focus on social enterprise and the power… Read More

Bono really is going to talk about social enterprise

After last week’s retraction, the McDonough School of Business Communications Department finally established that Bono will be talking about social enterprise at Georgetown next Monday. In the new event description, Bono’s lecture is described as a talk about… Read More

Twuesday Tweetacular: Sorrows of a young MSBro

This MSBro offers valuable advice on surviving life in the MSB. However, he makes the mistake of assuming students in the MSB actually have real problems. Some say that when Conor Rogers‘ question is answered, the world ends…. Read More

Prefrosh Preview: Occupy the McDonough School of Business

If you’re enrolled in the MSB right now, you’re doing yourself a big favor.  Not only will you heighten your appeal to future employers, but your time at Georgetown will be exponentially more…comfortable than the rest of the… Read More