I have the benefit of many years to reflect upon my Kellogg experience in what was then called the 4Q program (now the 1Yr MBA). In hindsight, I kind of wish I had done the 2 yr program because even if you think you know your post MBA plans, you could change from what you learn at Kellogg and I wish I had time to have done an internship. Or maybe it is just now looking back I wish I had more time to take some of the classes I did not have time to take! But other than that, I have to say that I had amazing classmates and peers, energetic professors and the entire atmosphere at Kellogg was very supportive and collaborative. I also am not sure what kinds of program changes have been made in that I feel like I selected most of my team members for group projects. I think you may end up interacting with more diverse people if you are randomly matched up. But even if you do select your group project members, I would encourage you to always seek new people and people outside your "comfort" zone to work with. So start the conversation with the woman from India or the man from China or someone who is somehow different than you. I remember the strong diversity of my classmates and that added so much to the richness of the experience to hear how people all over the world addressed the issues they had. I was there during the Dean Jacobs years and it was so clear the great love he had for Kellogg. I am very excited to see the new building and to see how Kellogg continues to grow itself in being able to offer so many more learning opportunities in this new environment!