- The lines “I’m a viper in a boardroom and a tiger in the sack,” “A piss is the only thing I’ll take sitting down,” and “You say babies are for girls, business is for boys, try telling that to my stay-at-home f*cktoy”
- The starring “bitch” cracking an actual whip
- A bunch of CBS dudes washing a car shirtless, save for red pleather (?) vests
- The aforementioned dudes pawing at each other in an inflatable pool while CBS women smoke cigars and throw cash at them
- What appears to be extremely high production value (and possible use of a green screen)!
Regular Dealbreaker readers know that we spend a lot of time around these parts having the CFA v. MBA debate. Which is most beneficial? Which is worth your time? Which has the highest NPV? Today brings a point in favor of the b-school track, courtesy of Columbia. While business school may offer more opportunities to get drunk, sleep with your fellow students, and take a break from the working world, it costs considerably more money than CFA books, requires you to go to class if you care about grades, and causes a considerable amount stress vis-à-vis going on interview and impressing potential employers. But what if we told you that there was a way to go to business school and not have to worry about all that? Would that be something you’d be interested? Would it tip the scales toward MBA in your mind? Enter, the Sponsored Student designation, wherein one’s employer pays for their schooling and keeps a job lined up for them at the end. A wildcard, if you will, in the CFA v. MBA debate. According to an informational video put together by a group of Columbia students, as a Sponsored, looking porn in class will be your “smallest transgression” (on the rare occasions you go to class), “drawing a picture of [your] dick” will be an acceptable answer on a leadership final, and “deep-diving” in someone else’s girl will count as your core competency. Let’s learn more. Read more »
As we mentioned last week, in the grand tradition of business school follies, the performances generally have the same sort of appeal as a train wreck you can’t look away from. Which is why we were pretty surprised by this year’s offerings from NYU Stern, which were actually fairly amusing in their own right (in particular, the Black Swot). Naturally, we assumed this was an aberration and not some sort of newfangled trend wherein these things have entertainment value. Then something happened a few hours ago that frightened us and left us searching for answers. Read more »
In the grand tradition of business school follies, the performances generally have the same sort of appeal as a train wreck you can’t look away from (prove us wrong). Not so with the offerings from NYU Stern this year. From the production value to the writing to the acting to the editing, these clips are something we’d watch without having a gun put to our heads. Favorites? The Stern Network, featuring Asian Winklevi and the Black Swot whose lead is clearly gunning for Natalie Portman’s role in the sequel. Take a looksee and then try and tell us he doesn’t have a legitimate shot (the student who plays the mother also gets a nod for best supporting actress). Read more »
“They steal all the boys, they must have superhuman powers.” Read more »
Looking to douse yourself in a little second-hand embarrassment today? Business school follies are here to help! If the above offering from Darden doesn’t do it for you, perhaps the future business leaders of America at CBS can get the job done.
Update: Wharton has beseeched me to throw their effort into the running.
*Confidential to Darden guy– the limbo scene was pretty good stuff.