Eric’s oldest child has been accepted to many awesome colleges. It’s a happy time for them. Also, some of my children are in high school, and so, the reality of college admissions is increasingly getting closer. Those children are currently deciding what courses to take next year. One has been asking me for advice and
I just returned from one of my favorite events of the year, which is an alumni assembly at Yale. I feel insanely grateful for having had the opportunity to go there. Every year, various representatives gather in New Haven to meet up and talk about various topics, such as volunteer opportunities, admissions updates, and this
A white-knuckle drive through a snow storm. Car accidents. A winter wonderland. The Yale Whiffenpoofs. That was a day in my life. I went back for my college’s annual alumni assembly. It was my first time to this event, as I was asked only recently to represent my class. Man, what a tough drive over.
I caught up this week with a friend of mine. He’s a serial entrepreneur and has been hanging out at MassChallenge. During our discussion, we talked about when it’s right to start a company? Should you start one right after college? He’s of the opinion that you should not do so right after school. He
I just heard about Marina Keegan, who last week graduated from Yale College and a few days later was killed in a car crash. One of Kepha’s investors told me about it and forwarded her last column in the school paper, published the night before her graduation. I re-print it below (it’s from the Yale