Thursday was an informative yet fantastically fun day. Rubbing our eyes, we started of our morning bright and early with a march to the Judge Business School, a beautiful work of perhaps McDonald’s playhouse inspired architecture, but nonetheless beautiful in its own right. After incredibly fascinating sessions on investment strategy and the utilization of the Bloomberg terminal (and a delicious lunch) we headed to the Fitzwilliam Museum where Mr. Horner dropped pearls of knowledge upon us with a great interactive tour of the museum. After perusing the museum’s collection of weapons (for longer than I’d like to admit), we visited the King’s College Chapel, a beautiful Church. To end off our day, we found ourselves listening to a fantastic lecture on Shakespeare, perhaps the only time I’ve ever been able to hold attention to the subject, followed by a live performance in the park. While I must admit I initially dreaded going to The Taming of the Shrew, the play turned out to be great fun, full of energy, and with fantastic background was easy to understand and relate to. All in all, it was one of my favorite days, action-packed and full of intellectual stimulation.
- Rowan Majumdar, son of Rajjina Singh and Sareet Majumdar (FL, '12)


This past week has been truly life changing. The daily lessons gave me greater insight into the financial world. I did not only gain knowledge during my time in Cambridge, but I made friends within the great group of people.

- Luke Didier, son of Allison and Hank Didier (FL, '17)