On Wednesday of last week, I had my first class as an Ohio State graduate student. I never thought I’d say this about school, but I am really excited about my core curriculum and the skill sets that I’m about to gain. After graduating from Yale University in 2006, I entered corporate America thinking I was prepared for anything that would come my way. As you can probably imagine, it didn’t take long before I realized that I still had much to learn. (Despite this discovery, I have no regrets about earning a BA in History… it just needs to be complemente
Quote: “You look like a vampire”, which I said to NLM. The funny thing was that I actually thought he’d bite me. Event: 80’s Night, at the FC. Thanks to MT for putting that one together and to NF for getting me to go. Fact: JB was denied entrance to Gaswerks because he was wearing parachute pants. Best class: Economics. Prof. Campbell is the only teacher we’ve had so far who wrote a class agenda on the board. Lesson: my academic life has a lot of catching up to do, because right now my social life is overwhelmingly more interesting.
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.
Welcome to my blog everyone. This is new to me, but I assure you, I have received the proper training. My name is Nick Fischer. Yes, kind of like the business school. Except my name has a C in it. Please don't forget it. Some of you know me. Some of you don't. Consider yourselves lucky. I ramble. I also talk fast. Be thankful you can read this at your own pace. I have more to do than time to do it. Welcome to The Max M. Fisher College of Business. I like food. Expect a lot of restaurant feedback.