Category: Exploring Columbus
I decided to take a walk across campus on Wednesday night and take a seat on a bench in The Oval. Seeing the Main Library, I started thinking about how much the campus has changed in the 7 years that I have been in Columbus. The restoration that has taken place has been nothing short of amazing.
I had my first night of class this past Thursday and I was pleasantly surprised that the (almost) 4 hours of class went by as quickly as they did. In 812 (Managerial Economics), we discussed a case for the majority of class and in 870 (Data Analysis for Managers), we went over the syllabus and then jumped into the course material. I think it will be a good quarter as long as I stay up to date with my work.
Time flies by. Here comes the first week of my MBA study, and the first month of staying in USA for the first time. My life seems never ever to be so exciting, fulfilling, and interesting:
Applying for interviews takes forever! I am pretty sure I just spent four hours filling out four applications, but I can't really tell... because I'm not quite sure when I started, or what time of day it is... or where I am. The Fisher Fall Career Fair Guide is 58 pages long, I wish I could get an audio version. When I was little, I used to listen to Russian fairy tales on my grandparents' gramophone, it was very relaxing.
Re-posted from shaymerritte.com/blog