Blogs In addition to the official HSG presence on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, there are numerous blogs with a HSG connection. Topics range from e-learning to economic policy. Blog from Miriam Meckel (in German) Miriam Meckel provides information on interesting aspects of the world of communication, whether relating to e-book devices or digital fasting. Blog from Monika Bütler (in German) The blog batz.ch seeks to help the Swiss public understand the opinions of Swiss economics professors regarding current topics of economic policy. Blog from Andrea Back (in German) The Economics and IT professor reports on life with modern technology and the future of learning. MBA Blog MBA students provide information on the challenges and positive aspects of MBA studies at the HSG. Executive School Blog The faculty and directors of the Executive School share their insights and insights and observations on management and executive education. Higher education development blog (in German) The higher education development team at the University of St.Gallen aims to find answers to the question: How can we frame teaching and learning in higher education? Blog Alexandria Research Platform (in German) This blog offers its readers information, tips and news about the Alexandria Research Platform of the University of St.Gallen. HSG Start-up Blog (in German) Blog about start-up activities at the University of St.Gallen and the HSG Start-Up Incubator. prisma-Blog (in German) Blog of the student magazine "prisma". Scil Blog (in German) On this blog staff of the Swiss Centre for Innovations in Learning (scil) are discussing learning and development in businesses and institutions of higher education. Economic regulation Economics professor Peter Hettich blogs about the relationship between politics, law and economics. Fresher's Week Blog The documentation team of the Freshers’ Week covers the official welcome week at the University of St. Gallen for the new students in different media, such as print, radio and TV and publish their contributions on the Freshers’ Week blog.