November 22, 2010
I was working with my teammate Logan this afternoon on an Accounting case study, and we both were scratching our heads over a certain problem. After some discussion, he found an important number in the case, I found a hint from our textbook, and together we were able to solve for the answer to the problem. My response, "Teamwork makes the dream work!" Logan: "You are a nerd. I wish we could take our final in groups." Ugh...
November 22, 2010
One of my to-do's when I first arrived on campus was finding the local grocery store. I am generally a lunch-packer, so I needed to purchase groceries for my peanut butter and jelly, baby carrot, yogurt, and teddy graham packed lunch. (Yes, my lunch in grad school is eerily similar to what my mom packed for me during grade school. I'm only missing the Dunkaroos, but those are pretty hard to find.)Over time, I have found a few options for grocery shopping. Here is a list of the different locations near Fisher Commons, in reverse order of my favorites.3. Giant Eagle on 5th.
October 25, 2010
Countdown: 2 days until our first economics exam. I can't believe we are over half way through the quarter! For all my classmates that could use an extra econ "lesson" check out this video.Tonight was the review night for our first exam and here are my top three takeaways:1. I have some more studying to do.2. Our professors are really accessible. It struck me as I walked in to our review that Professor Campbell had been there since 4:00 PM for back-to-back sessions.
October 18, 2010
3 midterms, 1 paper, several group projects, 2 speeches, various interviews, plus normal everyday coursework. Sound familiar? If your work load looks anything like mine, this pretty much sums up your next two weeks. Major yikes. That doesn't even include other priorities like keeping up with email, checking the Hub, Fisher Connect, My Fisher, Carmen, and other websites, keeping tabs on internship opportunities, going to the gym, putting in hours at work, making time for a significant other, etc., etc. That reminds me...
October 04, 2010
If you haven't yet read Stacey Schroeder's Post about NAWMBA, make sure you check it out! In addition to her summary of the high points, here are a few of my own insights from the conference this past weekend...1. You are at an advantage because you attend Fisher. The conference included a variety of sessions and events throughout both days, as well as a career fair on Saturday. Ohio State was the lead academic conference sponsor which offered our students a variety of extra perks during the weekend.