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7 Perfect Gifts for Business Students
Buying the right present for the right person can be a headache-inducing process, but the business student in your life is guaranteed to appreciate something from the following options. Holiday shopping is about to get a lot easier. 1. Fuzzy Socks (More)
Student Profile: Ryan Lieberman – Co-Founder of Camp SPARK
Ryan Lieberman, a freshman in the program, started Camp SPARK, with his brother Blake, in the Summe (More)
BHP Alumna and COO of Knoll, Inc. Shared Insight with Current Students
Lynn Utter, COO of Knoll, Inc. and Director of Wesco International, Inc. came last Wednesday to speak at the sophomore lyceum course. Through her back-and-f (More)
BHP Student Spotlight: Robert Belanger
BHP Junior, Robert Belanger, grew up in Syracuse, NY, but found his way to Texas and loves being an Austinite and BHP student.  He is a peer ad (More)
Alumni Spotlight: Neel and Bridgette Naik Make Strides in AIDS Care
BHP husband and wife duo Neel and Bridgette Naik have taken a different route from many of our grads and are making strides in the arena of AIDS car (More)
Dare Greatly to Change the World for the Better
The following post is written by Texas MSTC Class of 2015 graduate, Rainya Mosher. You can find this original post and more by Rainya on More)
Former President & CEO Of OfficeMax Says Confidence Is Key
Ravi Saligram, former President and CEO of OfficeMax, sat down (More)
McCombs Students Advance to Deloitte Nationals
McCombs students, Mustafa Ali, Parakh Jain, Steven Minkus and Matthew Rindelaub, will represent McCombs at the Deloitte Consulting National Undergraduate Case Competition, at Deloitte University on Thursday, Feb. 27. The team of four qualified to co (More)
Student Profile: Elise Loney – HBA President
BHP junior, Elise Loney, found her niche in the Honors Business Association (HBA) during her first year at UT. She has taken (More)
BHP senior, Helen Tau, joins Texas Women’s Basketball as a walk-on
It is a rare occurrence to experience a dream come true, which is exactly how BHP senior Helen Tau describes becoming part of the More)
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