Cyril Straughn-Turner (MBA '22) - Why I love HBS
Virtual Tours by Students
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Alright reasons why I love my school for so many reasons why I love HBs, but I'm going to keep it to, to and hopefully to fairly distinct ones as well. I live on campus and one of our student dorms, which is something unique for business school actually having our own proprietary student housing. We're in these beautiful old buildings built at the turn of the 20th century and just an incredible place and easy to access the rest of campus in addition to having underground tunnels, which is great for me as a southerner who does not like the cold and being able to access boston literally across the river. You know, we're right there with the rest of Cambridge. Um you literally go over the bridge to boston just around the corner from us as well. It's been one of the most accessible cities for me to live in and it's great as a student. I've been incredibly fortunate to spend this year in a section, which the way that our classes are set up is that We are divided. Our whole class of this year, 720 students are put into 10 different sections. So as with 71 other classmates and they do such a great job of creating a very diverse experience. One of the most diverse groups of people I've ever been around, they really become a family in so many ways, they're great sources of professional and personal development. If you want to learn about a new industry, they're always there to support. You can grab a coffee at any point and honestly just hang out with them. It really, I think is a testament to why this set of classmates in particular really becomes lifelong friends and companions even after business school.