Halloween Fun

This year the student leadership is working hard on creating “One Fisher” by integrating all of the graduate programs together (MBA, MAcc, MLHR, MBLE, WPMBA). In the past the programs were very segregated and there was very little interaction between groups, even between the first year and second year MBA classes.

A step in the right direction was the Halloween Party last night that the Social Committee successfully orchestrated. Thank you to Dave, Jenny, Kevin and Jeremy for putting everything together (a quick shoutout to Social Committee member #5 Elias studying abroad in Denmark). We had over 240 people RSVP and people still paying at the door, so the turnout was great considering the size of our program. If you weren’t there you missed out on a great time and a chance to build relationships with your classmates in a more informal setting. The costume creativity was also very impressive.

Hrostoski’s Top 10 Costumes of the Night:
10. Jorge as Hannah Montana
9. Nick as Billy Mays
8. John as Bill Cosby
7. Anil as Bert from Sesame Street
6. Adam as Santa Claus
5. Scryan’s couples costume
4. Ian’s “In the mouth of a shark” costume
3. Shay’s iPhone
2. Jerry as the Pillsbury Doughboy
1. The Indian Mafia
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Honorable Mention: Yours truly as Captain America
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The full-time MBA program has the best of both worlds. On one hand, we grow so much in regards to improving our business acumen, global awareness, communication skills, and emotional intelligence. On the other hand, we still take the time to celebrate life and remember that we’re all still kids at heart.

“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”George Bernard Shaw


2 Responses to “Halloween Fun”


  1. 1 Chris November 2, 2009 at 12:43 pm

    Hey,

    Are there anymore pics posted besides those two? A couple of co-workers and I were at Mozaik when your party arrived. (The door guy didn’t say anything about a party that night). So first off I should apologize for my small group unintentionally crashing, but wanted to thank all of you for a great time that for us was just going to be a drink after work on Friday.

  2. 2 Mike Hrostoski November 2, 2009 at 6:14 pm

    Chris, no worries, everything worked out. I’m glad you and your friends had a good time. The only pictures that I know of are on some of the students’ personal Facebook pages that are all likely private.

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