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​Between MBA Studies and Fashion Work, I Go to the Hoop

​Between MBA Studies and Fashion Work, I Go to the Hoop

by Davide Ripamonti

An MBA student at Kellogg in exchange at SDA Bocconi, Nicolas Segura has a professional past and has enthusiastically accepted to play on the University's basketball team  

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Emanuele Parise, Working to Guide the Visually Impaired on Campus

Emanuele Parise, Working to Guide the Visually Impaired on Campus

by Andrea Celauro

Parise, who works on the staff of the University's Inclusion Service, talks about his activities, including the creation of a radio beacon system in the various areas of Bocconi and the commitment to promote full digital accessibility. But he also remembers how inclusion is a matter of culture  

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The geopolitics of crisis

The geopolitics of crisis

by Camillo Papini

According to political scientist Ian Bremmer, author of The Power of Crisis, international relations will be redesigned by what he calls the Goldilocks crisis: health pandemics, climate change, and the impact of new technologies. Increased collaboration between states, but also between companies and citizen, is the way to address this colossal challenge  

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Fatima, the determination to have education beyond all obstacles

Fatima, the determination to have education beyond all obstacles

by Tomaso Eridani

Since childhood as a shepherd in Afghanistan, Fatima has struggled to emancipate herself. Having escaped after the Taliban's seizure of power, she is now at Bocconi on a scholarship  

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Kristina, refugee, happy to experience some normality in Milan

Kristina, refugee, happy to experience some normality in Milan

by Tomaso Eridani

In March, she had to escape her home in Ukraine for the second time in her life and is now at Bocconi, thanks to the program to welcome forced migrant students  

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Fleeing a war with only your baggage of knowledge

Fleeing a war with only your baggage of knowledge

by Tomaso Eridani

With his university in Kharkiv destroyed in the early days of the war, Volodymyr escaped with his girlfriend and now they are both at Bocconi, welcomed as visiting students  

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Brokerage is key to change the corporate giving scenario

Brokerage is key to change the corporate giving scenario

by Camillo Papini

The high levels of corporate giving in countries such as UK, France, Belgium or Switzerland are also due to the development of structures that act as philanthropic intermediaries, explains alumnus Marcello Gallo, president of the Donor Italia nonprofit organization  

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Hype and early success are crucial to get on top of the algorithm

Hype and early success are crucial to get on top of the algorithm

by Andrea Celauro

Mapo Tapo, a startup founded by two Bocconians, Alessia Fontanari and Daniele Calvo Pollino, launched a crowdfunder to publish a travel book dedicated to the climbing community. The goal was reached in a few hours  

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Poorly Paid Care Workers

Poorly Paid Care Workers

by Zachary Parolin

In most countries, it is precisely the workers in the care professions who are penalized in terms of remuneration, thus increasing the gender gap. Lack of strong trade unions and a low level of social status are the main causes of this penalization  

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App, Tutor and Social Networks: to each his own financial training

App, Tutor and Social Networks: to each his own financial training

by Camillo Papini

From startups to online payments, from cash flows to business plans: in planning financial education initiatives the important thing is to ask: who, what and how? As the Bocconi alumna Laura Penna (Unicredit) explains  

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The Economist with a Smile

The Economist with a Smile

by Barbara Orlando

Three universities, Bocconi, Cattolica and U of Parma are organizing an event in memory of Francesco Daveri on 6 May. SDA Bocconi will remember him by providing a scholarship for the next edition of the MBA  

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Tell Me Where You Live and I'll Tell You How Safe You Are

Tell Me Where You Live and I'll Tell You How Safe You Are

by Camillo Papini

Mine Crime, a startup accelerated by B4i – Bocconi for Innovation, uses AI to process crime data and produce databases and reports available to private individuals  

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Doctor Volleyball

Doctor Volleyball

by Davide Ripamonti

Andrea Coali is a PhD student at Bocconi and at the same time a prominent athlete. Because doing one thing, even at a high level, is not enough for him  

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