Shrugging off fatique from finals (finished a few hours prior), graduates enjoy a BBQ just outside the building where all that anguish occurred.
Amid the celebrations (and sad farewells), some of the robed scholars pause here for a picture.
Students broaden their world view on the Asian Study Tour
Students relax at Lehman Hot Springs in the Oregon outback. It does the soul good to take a break from the books, throw snowballs, relax in the warm water, and then worship together around a crackling woodstove.
Summer interns beam at the camera. Our interns gain hands-on experience tackling businesses challenges, whether it's creating a marketing plan, building a database, or preparing a budget.
Business students nervously ready their raft for the roaring rapids that await around the corner on the Deschutes River.
Several times a quarter, successful business people share their stories and advice with students as part of our formal Colloquium series.
Students enjoy seeing business concepts put into practice as they tour a variety of local businesses and large corporations in Seattle and Portland.
Since competition is a basic premise of the business world, our students hone their skills on go-karts.
As part of the School of Business Student Advisory Council, students provide guidance on a range of issues including faculty hires, curriculum, academic policies and school events.
Over the last decade, many of the student association presidents and other officers have been business students.
The School of Business takes a whole day off from studying to pick up trash along a designated, two-mile section of Highway 12. On this particular day, over 60 large bags of trash were collected, including a dozen nice hubcaps.
The Business Club hosts its popular BBQ, where good food and fun people make for a great evening.
Without a doubt, some of the best skiing in the nation can be found in the Northwest. Here some business students are enjoying a ski-weekend at Mt. Hood.
Hooting with the owls late Saturday night is a popular thing with the Business Club, which rents a whole bowling alley for students to hang out and have some fun. Whether they can soar with the eagles the next day is another question entirely.
There's nothing quite like getting away from the books and buzz to re-prioritize and re-juvenate.