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Many MBA programs separate their students into sections, and at some schools sections develop their own unique traditions. Darden's Section B gives out a stuffed bird to the person who makes the most ridiculous comment in class each week. But recently the cherished mascot was stolen by another section, and the picture above was enclosed with a ransom note that involved a Sesame Street song, a Big Bird costume, and a huge helping of public embarrassment.
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