As a Combined BSBA/MAcc student, this is my fourth year at Ohio State. During that time, I attended multiple football games a year but never once attended a basketball game. As February came to an end and March Madness loomed ahead, I knew I needed to attend a game soon if I ever wanted to participate in the OSU basketball tradition while a student. Ohio State's earlier game against Iowa was canceled due to COVID, so general admission student tickets were available to purchase online for only $10. I got a ticket, rounded up some friends, and made my way to the Schottenstein Center.
As most probably know Ohio State is a BIG BIG football school. So you may be wondering what we do with our weekends when winter hits and football comes to an end. Thankfully, Columbus still has so much to offer in terms of fun weekend activities and events. I thought I would share with you some of the fun things I have done and will be doing this winter in Columbus.
As a student who grew up in a warmer climate, I experienced a learning curve living in the colder Ohio winters. Here are some of my takeaways!
Opportunities to release stress and enjoy a break from studying.
Jumping into a one year graduate program carries the potential to become quite overwhelming with fast paced classes and adjusting to higher level coursework. However, Fisher makes this transition seamless for students! Whether an OSU undergraduate student or incoming from another campus, the resources available to Masters students set them up for success.