Hello there and welcome to Fridays From the Frontline, Clear Admit’s weekly pursuit of the freshest news in the b-school blogosphere.

Army JMO reported on his Darden campus visit experience. Ms. HR wrote about her recent Ross interview. MBADilemma warned her peer reviewers of the amount of text they’d be seeing with her INSEAD essays. A. reached out to a Schulich friend in order to answer a reader question. Strider set his sights firmly on the Harvard Class of 2015.

Oxford ’13 Bayo and his fellow Said rugby teammates conquered Manchester. HBS ’13 Parker sat in on a small chat with recent alum Tyra Banks. Kellogg ’13 The Night Owl  shared a video and lyrics for a song her classmates created in honor of a closed bar in Evanston. Johnson ’13 Raj checked in on his blog after a lengthy silence, giving a brief overview of all he has done since beginning his MBA. Tepper ’13 Julianne participated in a pilot leadership workshop.

Darden ’12 Dave answered one of his most frequently asked questions about class participation at Darden.  Darden ’12 Darden Poet recounted her recent trip (with Darden classmates) to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. Kellogg ’12 Jeremy discussed the importance of the word ‘pivot’ in startup circles. LBS ’12 mbahut gave his two cents on how important international diversity is in a b-school environment. George Washington ’12 Part-Timer considered the difference between fine art and art for the masses while also encouraging readers to look at his daughter’s upcoming art show.

And that’s a wrap for this installment of Fridays From the Frontline. We hope that we get to hear more about results from Round 1 and Round 2 applications in the next few weeks! Until then, have a great weekend!

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