The valedictorian nominees for the Business Department are Ben Cary, Stine Lunde, and Luca Ricou.
“I feel privileged to be nominated for Valedictorian. Being chosen from a group of so many good students as one of the candidates to represent the Class of 2013, is truly an honor. My four years at Sierra Nevada College has been amazing, and if I were to be chosen to speak at the Commencement Ceremony it would be a perfect ending to this journey.” – Stine Lunde
Photo courtesy of Danny Kern
“For me, it is an honor to have been nominated for valedictorian. It also shows that the hard work between my athletics and my academics all at the same time has paid off.” – Luca Ricou
Ben was not readily available for comment.
Ben, Stine, and Luca join nominees from across the college. We are anxiously awaiting the announcement from the Valedictorian Selection Committee!
The CrazEconomics team put on another great presentation last night at their club event. Last night’s topic was Debt and Deficit.
Philip, Jake, Ricko, Matea, and Stine field questions from the audience
Four of their team members head to Wisconsin today to present at the National Council on Undergraduate Research. Stine and Marcus will be presenting “The Real Story and Real Solution for the Housing Crisis.” Philip and Ricko will be presenting. “Flaws in the World’s Leading Democracy,” a presentation about the electoral college system.
This past week, we met up with recent grad Andrew Gauthier. Andrew pulled an all-nighter to meet us in Paris over spring break. Andrew is currently getting his MBA in Hospitality Management at Glion in Switzerland. He is working on his dissertation with Killington Ski Resort. Andrew will graduate in June and hopes to return to the States to work at a ski resort on the west coast.
We had a weekend packed with friends, sights, and food.
Atop Notre Dame
Photos courtesy of Melissa Lott
Last night, we hosted the third annual business plan competition. Check out the finalists and their prize money.
BP teams and judges with President Gillette. Photo courtesy of Danny Kern.
Teams are now busy incorporating feedback from the judges into their written plans. The teams will submit their business plans to the NCET Governor’s Cup next Wednesday.