I have finished all of my classes, both for my undergraduate and graduate degrees. Thankfully, I do not think this fact has fully sunk in yet. I completed two final exams and only have two more standing between me and graduation! The last week of classes was busy but fun. We made and ordered a MAcc yearbook on Mixbook.com and wrote messages for each other! It was wonderful to think back on the year and how close our class has become.
But for Ohio State. Those four words have led a campaign for students, alumni, employees and others to share their stories of how our great university has transformed their lives. Mine is but one more story.
With my last academic holiday break ever coming to an end, this week welcomed the annual readjustment to being back in the classroom... gathering books... reviewing syllabi. This ritual, while familiar, included a facet this time that broke the mold... running an audit of my courses to ensure I will have the necessary components to graduate in June.
Hello everyone! This is Garren: 2nd-year MLHR student, Lil Wayne enthusiast, reality show junkie, and Eric J Dosch's biggest fan (especially the molars). Unlike the rest of the cohort who took off 3 months from classes, I only took off 3 weeks.
I graduate on August 28. What’s left? Five classes, two case studies to write, and then one final exam. I plan on participating in commencement, which means the purchase of a cap, gown and hood is planned for this weekend. It’s a bittersweet feeling. There are some things I will miss from my experience as an MBA student. There are also some I’m glad to be leaving behind. Want to know what they are? Well, here are a couple of lists, one for the good, and one for the not-so-good. First, the not-so good: