I want to say thank you for being with us this past year. Whether you are a prospective student, a caring parent, an MIT alumnus or someone who has given us great support by reading our blog, I hope you have enjoyed reading our posts and found them useful.
One year can be very short, as I can recall my first day at Sloan as vivid as yesterday. Most of us met each other for the first time at the welcome party on July 4th before watching the Independence Day fireworks. It was one of the best fireworks I had, not only because it was truly spectacular, but also because it was the beginning of many great friendships.
One year can also be very long. I have learnt, laughed, cried and matured more than I could imagine during this past year. As Rodolfo said in his post, there was so much you can see and learn, so many events you can attend and organize, and so many people you can reach out to and make friends with.
I feel very grateful for having been part of the MFin family, the Sloan community, and the MIT spirit. If you have the opportunity to join us, come and try to make as much as possible out of the wonderful things mentioned by my fellow classmates and I in our previous posts. Last but not least, don’t forget to enjoy the non-academic side of life. Charles River in Spring is one of the most beautiful things I can remember.