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Classes start in a few days... This upcoming Thursday (9/24) will be the beginning of my two-year journey towards  an MBA degree while working fulll-time in the American corporate world.
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So today was my first day of grad school in the MBA program! And it was a 12 hour day and counting. I guess that means we really get our money's worth, haha. Anyways...it went a little something like this: First, I came in early to print a few things off in the Gerlach computer lab and check (for the 108th time) if my financial aid issues had been cleared up. They hadn't, which frustrated me quite a bit, but I had to put it on the backburner to focus on classes.
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Forgive me if I'm repeating myself, but I can't remember if I mentioned my undergrad degree in my last post. So here it is again, I graduated  from the University of Texas with a bachelor of science in Electrical Engineering.
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So I just wrapped up my first day as a graduate student about an hour ago!  Today's class was like many other classes I have had in which the first day was spent going over the syllabus and introducing ourselves to our perspective classmates.  However, the class I had today is being taught by the Director of the MLHR program, Mr. Heneman, whom I am certain I will have again for a future class or classes.
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Quote: “That wasn’t me… that was you!”. I’m going to keep that anonymous, but I must specify that it’s not my quote. Event: New Year’s party at Fisher Commons (a.k.a. the FC). Rarity: The Huskies beat the Trojans! Rarity: Act one, the teacher presents a problem; act two, the Harvard guy gives the best answer a human being can possibly give to the case; act three, some random stupid guy gives some random stupid answer; act four, the teacher endorses the second answer. Name of the play: Consulting Boot Camp.