Author Archives: Liam Clancy

Filipino Birthday Tradition

Informant: June is from Chicago, Illinois and is a current junior in college. Piece: So a family tradition that we have is for all of our birthday’s um instead of baking a cake, my mom would cook a traditional filipino dish called pancit. It’s basically like noodles with like vegetables, chicken meats. All the things… Continue Reading »

Christmas Time Nut Tradition

Informant: Daniel is a first year analyst at a prominent Manhattan based investment bank. He grew up in Northern California from a predominantly irish background Piece: “Each year around Christmas time my grandfather would take us to this little nut shop in San Francisco. The shop was extremely small and barely had enough room for… Continue Reading »

Lucky Items in Investment Banking

Informant: Daniel is a first year analyst at a prominent Manhattan based investment bank. He grew up in Northern California from a predominantly irish background Piece: “So whenever a huge deal goes through, the company that is acquiring another will give a little gift to everyone on the group that helped. Like we helped MLB… Continue Reading »

High School Spirit week

Informant: Daniel is a first year analyst at a prominent Manhattan based investment bank. He grew up in Northern California from a predominantly irish background Piece:   My high school took spirit week super seriously and every single person got super hyped for it and dressed up every day. It was awesome. The whole week… Continue Reading »