Undergrads Decry Second-Class StatusLindsey Gerdes
They have their eye on cushy conference rooms and arching marble stairways. They envision leather armchairs and standard-issue BlackBerries. But these undergrad business students aren't eagerly eyeing the stately corporate headquarters they hope to be working at after they finish their undergraduate business educations. They're merely coveting the rich facilities many schools are lavishing on the MBAs a few buildings over -- or even right down the hall.
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