Stepping into a chic, professional environment, I completely forgot I was standing in the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. On Friday, April 13, this space became the networking event of the season.
“Reach out to Michigan alum, first and foremost, and keep your communication as short as possible,” Blumenthal offered. “And do your homework. And whatever communication you have, don’t make it about yourself. Make it about what you can contribute.”
On the afternoon of Saturday, Apr. 21, a diverse variety of student models will take to the sidewalks of downtown Ann Arbor as part of a Guerrilla Fashion Show hosted by fashion publication ROGUE and Ann Arbor-based organization Radfun.
If breakfast food was a major offered at the University, I’d have a 4.0. I wouldn’t even need to re-subscribe to my Chegg account if I were taking classes like “Intro to How Do You Like Your Eggs” instead of “Polisci 495.”
Of course, none of this would work if he had to try. The beauty of the Jordan Poole effect lies in its ease. In offering a new set of relatable antics every game, Poole has made it clear that this is just the person he is.