Cover up. The cover of The Economist’s next issue — set to be released on Saturday — features a stately looking, powdered-wig-wearing gentleman in a “Y” sweater. Inside the magazine’s pages is a story headlined “America’s new aristocracy,” a deep-dive into the dynastic nature of American politics with a special focus on Yale families like the Bushes and Clintons.
Bain Shack. Addendum: Anyone walking around in a well-fitting suit tonight is probably on his or her way to the Bain Associate Consultant Internship Case Demonstration event at Shake Shack. Good move — this could make up for the fact that McKinsey had much better food at its fall info session.