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Quinlan Ramble visits leading New York City companies

Quinlan Ramble visits leading New York City companies

Quinlan students attended the New York Stock Exchange opening bell and toured the trading floor as part of the Quinlan Ramble over spring break.

Sixteen undergraduate students spent their spring break visiting leading companies in New York City during the fourth annual Quinlan Ramble.

The Quinlan Ramble enables students to connect with Quinlan alumni and learn about the business community in another part of the United States. Previous trips visited the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, and the Texas cities of Austin and Dallas.

In New York City, the students visited nine companies in five days:

  • The Blackstone Group, LLC
  • Bloomberg
  • KPMG
  • Macy’s
  • Madison Square Garden
  • New York City Mayor's Office
  • New York Stock Exchange
  • Revolt Media
  • Time Inc.

In addition to the company visits, the students explored New York City, including taking a cruise around Manhattan Island and past the Statue of Liberty. They also attended the Broadway production of The Lion King and a live taping of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

"We were all sad to leave this beautiful and lively city of New York and our fellow Loyola classmates and faculty who have all made this trip an extraordinary and unforgettable experience!" wrote student Tessie Li Ruo Lin (’19) in the Quinlan Ramble blog.

Quinlan Ramble photos

View photos from the Quinlan Ramble in the gallery below or on Quinlan's Flickr page.

Quinlan Ramble 2017 to New York City

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