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Top #MBA Tweets of the Week: #NewYear

Happy 2017 and welcome to another take of Top #MBA Tweets of the Week, our roundup of popular Twitter posts from the business school community. With a new year kicking off, we’re taking a look at how schools are marking the move to 2017.

Many programs, including Cornell / Johnson, Michigan / Ross and Duke / Fuqua looked ahead:

Meanwhile, MIT / Sloan and Dartmouth / Tuck took a look back at 2016 with their most popular pieces:

Yale School of Management, NYU / Stern and Berkeley / Haas also reflected on the prior year:

Since people tend to feel inspired to make changes in a New Year, Wharton, Wash U. / Olin and Chicago Booth offered some advice to stay the course:

In conclusion, we join Cambridge / Judge, HEC Paris, Northwestern / Kellogg, Harvard Business School in wishing you and yours a happy new year!

Have you seen “re-tweetable” tweets in your feed this week? E-mail [email protected] with your recommendations for what breaking MBA news we should cover next.

Posted in: Top Tweets, Twitter Thursdays, Weekly Columns

Schools: Berkeley / Haas, Cambridge / Judge, Columbia, Cornell / Johnson, Dartmouth / Tuck, Duke / Fuqua, Harvard Business School, HEC Paris, Michigan / Ross, MIT Sloan, Northwestern / Kellogg, NYU Stern, U. Chicago Booth, UPenn / Wharton, Washington U. / Olin, Yale SOM

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Lauren Wakal

Lauren Wakal has been covering the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, from in-depth business school profiles to weekly breaking news and more.

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