Feel like you’re swimming in notes, practice problems, and formula sheets? That’s certainly how I feel when the end of the term rolls around and I start to look over everything we’ve learned over the past seven weeks in the MAcc program.
In all honesty, we’re given plenty of time to study for our finals. Enough time, in fact, that twenty of us MAccers took a break on Thursday to volunteer at the Mid-Ohio Food Bank. We wrapped up a holiday season canned food drive by packing a total of 647 boxes of food for the CSFP program. The food bank’s Commodity-Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) provides a monthly box of nutritious food to low-income seniors.
After community service, I wrapped up the week with all of my friends at the MAcc Autumn reception. We enjoyed dinner with Fisher faculty and staff, which was followed by a keynote speech by MAcc alumnus Jeff Howard and the recognition of two autumn graduates of our program. It was an especially nice way to end the semester and see classmates and faculty before leaving town over break.
My apologies for the short post, but it’s back to studying for me. After finals, I’ll be traveling to London, Paris, and Nuremberg, Germany, so no worries – there are many exciting posts to come!!