What I like most about AIM is the diversity—the people, the learning, and the culture are all amazing! Also, the food at the SA Store makes me feel at home.
You come in, you do the degree, you do it well and when you go out you really make it pay for itself and really show that it is worth coming into AIM to do this.
May has been a productive month for everyone. Most of our classes are done. The season for final projects is coming to a close.
Colorful banderitas lining the ceilings, traditional Filipino folk songs playing softly through the PA system, and concessionaires lining the otherwise barren hallways – ahhhh, the makings of a welcome breather in the hectic lives of the AIM community. May 18 and 19 marked the two-day celebration of AIM Student Association’s Pistang Pinoy. The event showcased…
MDM 2017 shares their learning experience in and out of the caseroom.