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Student Spotlight: Aishwarya Rai G’20

“When there is a plethora of technical knowledge, put passion behind it. That’s how you will stand out,” says Aishwarya Rai, a current master’s-degree student who is obtaining her degree in information management at the School of Information Studies. Rai spent her summer in San Jose at Adobe headquarters. She landed her internship job from… Read the full article…


Reflecting on my Italian Summer

Throughout my time at Essére Atelier in Florence this summer, I learned so much about the world of marketing as well as global perspectives. A Life-changing Summer This experience made me think again about the classes that I will be taking during my next 2 years. While I loved getting to work in the social… Read the full article…


Learning to Voice Challenges

And just like that, the month of June is over and my fourth week at URBN is complete. On the weekends I have spent my time exploring new neighborhoods and trying new restaurants. Having grown up only an hour away from Philadelphia, I can’t believe I have never given much time to explore this amazing… Read the full article…


First Week in Review #MyURBNSummer

After a long week of commuting, I have completed the first week of my internship at URBN’s beautiful headquarters located in the Navy Yard in Philadelphia. Moving In This past weekend, I made the move to Philly which will give me more time to network with coworkers, explore the city, and develop new friendships. While… Read the full article…




Starting my Data Science Internship at AT&T

My first week at AT&T Middletown, NJ as an intern was an elating, exciting, enriching experience. AT&T started off as a telecommunications company, but today it has established itself as a media and technology services provider globally too. What Happens the First Week of an Internship The first week of my internship mostly consisted of… Read the full article…




5 More Apps You Didn’t Know You Needed

There are many apps built for improving productivity. Two years ago, I recommended 5 apps you didn’t know you needed. Here are five more types with alternatives: Password Manager You use a different password for every account. It could be for email, social media, etc. Since you’re (hopefully) changing those passwords every few months, it… Read the full article…