If you are – a business person or planning for a MBA or a post MBA graduate, B-School magazines are interesting read for all you aspiring MBAs out there on what it really takes to be a successful MBA. The MBA applicants can get many details of their dream school by browsing through B-school magazines.
Here’s an essential checklist of must-have Business school magazines from Top US schools. Note: Some of the magazines may not be updated regularly but still has valuable info that is archived.
Chicago Booth School of Business
– Chicago Business – The newspaper of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
– Chicago Booth Magazine
Columbia Business School
The Bottom Line is a bi-weekly newspaper run by and for Columbia Business School students. It is published bi-weekly on Wednesdays during both the fall and spring semesters and contains news, editorials, and opinions pertaining to careers and academics at the school as well as features on life in New York City. It is read by faculty, students and alumni of Columbia Business School – About Bottomline
The Columbia Daily Spectator, which has operated independent of University funding since 1962, is completely written, edited, and published by a staff of over 300 Columbia and Barnard students. Every day, arts reviews, sports coverage, opinion pieces, provocative editorials, and a wide range of news issues reach the community through the Spectator – About spectator
– The Cornell Daily Sun
The newspaper serves the Cornell campus and its surrounding community in Ithaca, New York.The Sun is entirely student-run, publishing Monday through Friday during the academic year, with special Graduation and Freshman issues during the summer.
Cornell Chronicle/Chronicle Online (formerly Cornell News Service) is part of the Division of University Communications and serves as the primary source of news about Cornell University. Its publications include Chronicle Online (updated daily), the Cornell Chronicle weekly e-newsletter and the Cornell Chronicle print-on-demand digest (published 35 times a year). Chronicle Online also offers full text of stories by e-mail in 17 subject areas and nine RSS feeds – About Cornell News
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
The newspaper is published daily, Monday through Friday, from September to June, except during examination periods and vacations. In addition to the regular newspaper, The Dartmouth publishes two weekly supplements, Big Green Sports Weekly on Mondays and The Dartmouth Mirror, The D’s weekly magazine, on Fridays. The print edition is free to students on campus.
– Duke University Campus News
– Haas School of Business, Berkley, California
Harvard Business School
Welcome to The Harbus Online, your connection to Harvard Business School news and community! The Harbus Online delivers all of the great sections of the weekly newspaper – About Harbus.
Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
– The MSJ
TheMSJ.com is the online edition of The Monroe Street Journal, the official newspaper of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan – About MSJ
McCombs School of Business
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
NYU – Stern School Of Business:
The Opportunity is published bi-weekly and is made available to the community throughout the school and on-line. Authored contributions are accepted from all members of the community and everyone is encouraged to let his/her voice be heard – About SternOpportunity