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Friday, April 25
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We are already drooling in anticipation of Taste of Kellogg.

On to the next one

It's Friday! You can do it! There's not much standing between you and this glorious weekend filled with international treasures including Taste of Kellogg and Bollywood Bash.

With May around the corner, you may also want to make good use of this weekend by nailing down lodging for the summer, as a lot of the cities Kelloggians migrate to are in high demand. Read on for some tips and tricks.

Here we go again

Expect a high of 58°F (14°C)  today with clouds and rain. We can expect to see more sunshine throughout the weekend, but cold temperatures that will hover in the high 40s and low 50s. 

Kellogg is your oyster

  • Get pumped. Hosted by students at Kellogg and the McCormick School of Engineering, this edition of the Business of Energy/Technology of Energy Seminar Series explores Energy Policy (12:15 p.m., 2110).
  • OverZellous. If entrepreneurship interests you, take this time to learn about what it means to be a Zell Fellow. The program combines coaching and mentoring, experiential learning, business services, and community to give aspiring entrepreneurs the tools and resources necessary to succeed (12:15 p.m, 1420).
  • MOSAIC Week. Highlights for today include:
    • Life After War: A conversation with photographer Amy Kaslow, this talk will examine post-conflict areas that have been deemed emerging markets (12:15 p.m., L120; waitlist only).
    • Taste of Kellogg: 18 teams share deliciousness from around the world during today's TG!
  • And, for some Friday fun, check out this International Music playlist on Spotify in honor of Mosaic Week!

Oh give me a home

If you're in the midst of your summer housing search, you've probably found yourself wishing that every institution had its own version of McManus. We are here to help you find your dream (aka viable) summer home.

  • Leverage your networks. By now, you understand the importance of networking. You also have a number of networks to draw from between your undergraduate institution, Kellogg, your past jobs, family, and friends. Leveraging these networks will be your best bet in finding a comfortable [enough] place for the summer. Reach out to people you know in your destination city, consider relatives you may have nearby, and post a message on social media to get some hot leads.
  • Make random friends! In the form of Craigslist roommates, fellow interns, or friends of friends. While the thought of living with randos might be foreign and irksome to some, many of us have made it through the experience and come out with new best friends.
  • Consider local universities. Revert back to your college days (oh, wait, we've kind of already done that...) and consider living in dorms. Many city colleges have housing available for rent during the summer months.
  • Leverage the interwebs. Depending on what city you're going to, sites like StreetEasy, Padmapper and even AirBnB can do the trick!

And, for those of us looking for a more permanent home (aka graduating), consider getting involved in the Recent Grad Network! This is a great way to stay in touch with your peers and connect to the most active and engaged alums in your new city. Click here to learn more and here to apply. Deadline is Sunday at noon!

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