Football withdrawals were a real thing for me this spring. I missed having plans on Saturday to be with friends and enjoy a game in the stadium. If this is a concern for you, don't fret: there's basketball! I went to my first game in the "NutHouse" (Schottenstein Center) for the Ohio State vs. Iowa game.
Seeing as it is the last semester of my MBA experience, I have taken it upon myself to ensure I am squeezing very penny’s worth out of my tuition. In this particular case, this means branching outside of Fisher to take a class that will help me develop some important life skills not covered by the MBA curriculum. Which class, you ask? Golf I, offered through the College of Physical Activity and Educational Services (PAES).
So, here I am, 25% through Full-Time MBA and I never felt time fly this quickly before! My first day at Fisher feels like it was just yesterday. Then, I had a three-week long winter break-- something that I was absolutely thrilled about...
It’s game day today! I've recently decided to get back into sports and more specifically with soccer by registering a team in Ohio State’s intramural soccer tournament. The league consists of 28 teams separated in pools of four. Each team has to play once against each other and the best two teams in the pools advance in the playoffs when all the pool game have been played. It only cost $80 to register a team and up to 11 players.
Throughout my entire life, I've been passionate about two things: watching basketball and anything Ohio State. Growing up, I loved watching basketball. I would stay up all night watching LeBron do his thing and then the next night, I would watch whatever Ohio State team was playing on TV. When I came to Ohio State, the first thing I wanted to do was sign up to go to an Ohio State basketball game.