Last Thursday I had a chance to attend a lecture with General Michael Hayden, the retired United States Air Force four star general, former director of the National Security Agency and former director of the CIA from 2006 to 2009. The lecture was followed by dinner with the General, his wife and other students. Read more
In the middle of Cambridge is a large common called Parker’s Piece that’s intersected by two walking paths. Where these two paths cross there’s a large, towering lamppost. There’s a lot of graffiti on the post, but one carving in particular stands out. It says “reality checkpoint”. Read more
What do I want to be when I grow up? The average of students on my MBA programme is 30, but most of are still asking that question.
This week at Judge we’re taking a break from classes to focus on personal and professional development with the theme being “Enquire Within.” To me the theme boils down to the same question I was asked when I was five in kindergarten. And the answer feels just as huge, distant, unfathomable and whimsical. Read more
Somewhere deep in the Cavendish lab at Cambridge in the UK, I’m convinced there’s someone who can answer my question: how does it feel like an entire year has gone by in five weeks, while simultaneously looking at a calendar and feeling like time has turned into precious grains of sand that are accelerating through an hourglass?
Surely in the dusty papers of Cambridge’s famous academics from Newton to Hawking someone brainstormed the answer about how so much can be captured in such a short space of time?