For the third time this semester, Chancellor Wrighton sends a message about helping communities affected by another hurricane in the Atlantic and an earthquake in Mexico.

Discovering happiness and a passion for the kind of work you want to do can happen when you least expect it. Olin junior, Joseph (Hyeonjin) Park, shares the lessons he learned, unexpectedly, during a course trip to Madagascar.

You will want to meet every member of the new full-time MBA class after you see their class profile. Don't be shy, introduce yourself. This is business school - shake hands and network!

China wants to revive the ancient Silk Road trading routes under a new plan called, "One Road, One Belt." It's an ambitious plan and Olin's David Meyer is just back from China where's he been lecturing and learning more about the initiative.

A trip to Hungary to consult with a startup opened the eyes of one Olin student to the country's difficult past under foreign rule. She shares her visit to the House of Terror museum in Budapest in this post.

How do you go about studying abroad—or even knowing if it’s the right fit for you? Associate Director of Global Programs & Advising Liz Shabani provides these tips for choosing the right program—and reviewing requirements.