Read this article in NYT, was wondering if any of the ivy leaguers on here have experienced this? My school is fairly conservative so I have not seen any of it, but it seems pretty ridiculous to me.
"This year's Wall Street hopefuls have had a new force to contend with: the wrath of their peers... the antibank animus of the Occupy Wall Street movement has seeped onto college campuses. At some schools, anger at big banks has turned the on-campus recruiting process into a crucible of controversy... Even at universities traditionally considered to be Wall Street feeder schools, student bodies are becoming polarized over recruiting. At Harvard, Dartmouth and Cornell, student newspapers have featured polemic columns that urged fellow students to consider working somewhere -- anywhere -- outside finance. At Stanford, an opinion column that took aim at Wall Street's "aggressive, sophisticated and well-funded recruitment system" resulted in "Stop the Brain Drain," an online campaign that is trying to stem the tide of top students flooding into banks, hedge funds and private equity firms"