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Another reason for the lack of digital availability is the Stanford culture, where many MBA students worry about jeopardizing their professional reputations by being quoted or profiled, says Dan Kessler, who earned an MBA from Stanford in 2010 and also served as an editor of the Reporter.
MBA students, who have worked hard for several years before coming to b-school, also may find being involved with a student newspaper less appealing than volunteering or playing intramural sports, Kessler says.
That doesn't mean applicants should ignore business school student news outlets, though. "Publications are often windows into culture that one doesn't get from official pamphlets and can thus be informative," he says.
But MBA student publications aren't all hard hitting. The masthead for the Robber Barrons, a satirical student-run weekly at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, for example, shows the editors standing beside someone dressed as a rooster.
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