As I've posted about in previous blogs, I'm originally from Oklahoma, and because of this, I am a huge Oklahoma City Thunder fan. Our franchise moved to OKC when I was 13 years old. I became an instant fan and have supported the team ever since. Obviously, a large part of the Ohio State experience is attending Buckeye football games. Another perk for sports fans, though, is being just a two-hour drive away from Cleveland.
One of my Sunday traditions since becoming a student in the Full-Time MBA program is visiting the Graduate Student Event Hub to see what exciting things are happening at Fisher over the next several weeks.
I recently enjoyed another of the famous SMF class dinners (the first of which I talked about in a recent blog post). Once again, the turnout was great and this time, we even had several of our professors attend! It was another great evening of chatting with people who we see in classrooms every day in a different setting. However, the best part of the evening was yet to come...
I love having the flexibility to work out whenever I want-- and to do whatever activity I want. And you can take advantage, too! As an OSU student, you get to maximize the full value of our RPAC (Recreation and Physical Activity Center). It's located at the heart of campus and attracts hundreds of students and faculty every single day. Autumn hours are from 5:30 AM to midnight.
On Saturday, I had the chance to experience one of the most impressive and exciting sporting events of my entire life. I have to say that I have been to many sporting events over the course of my life such as a World Cup game in Germany, a European Cup game in France, a Premier League game in Manchester, and multiple World Cup qualification games in Belgium. I thought that no other sports could compete with soccer in terms of fan atmosphere and suspense during the game, but I have to admit that I was wrong.