This January, second-year Oregon MBA students from the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center and Finance and Securities Analysis Center (FSAC) headed to New York to spend a week exploring real-life applications of their respective disciplines. While their Warsaw Center colleagues made the rounds at a roster of well-known sports organizations (ESPN, the National Basketball Association, the New York Rangers, and the New York Knicks were just a few of the stops), students from FSAC delved deep into the world of Wall Street and beyond. A tour of Business Wire from its president Gregg Castano offered new insights into how company information is transmitted. At Bank of America Merrill Lynch, four different managing directors offered insights into four very different sectors. Braving chill winds, the group headed north for an afternoon in Stamford, Connecticut, where they explored the opportunities available in the New York metro area's other financial district. On their second to last night in the city, the students got a taste of old New York when Phil Fischer, MBA '77, PhD '79, treated them to dinner at Delmonico's, a classic Wall Street-area dining establishment that dates from the nineteenth century.