Last Friday night was one for the books. It all started in the Ohio Union. There I was, perched unassumingly on a bar stool witnessing a gaggle of college-aged hipsters load out band gear from the stage inside Woody’s Tavern. And then, from a distance across the white terrazzo tile, I saw them barreling toward me—Ash, Charizard, Pikachu, Bulbasaur, Eevee, and everyone’s favorite, Squirtle. I thought that maybe I’d entered an alternate reality in which Pokemon Go was real life and my real life had become simply an app on an iPhone.
Every year, the Ohio Union Activities Board (OUAB) puts on what they call the “Big Spring Concert”. They bring in a popular artist or
Due to the success of the MBA buddy program, this year Fisher conducted a new buddy program for our MHRM students. The purpose of the buddy program is to match first year students with second year students. These second year students then serve as mentors so that freshmen can ask them for suggestions on courses, internships, and even living in Columbus.
The second semester of our program has been really enriching. I checked our Student HUB, which lists student events, and guess what I found this time? International food tasting...I mean International Business Etiquette. Anyway, we can't live without eating as well as learning. When I stepped into Mason Hall's rotunda, it proved to me again that I am part of a great program that provides international experiences. The exotic food brought me to a foreign environment instantly and started good conversation.
One of the coolest things about being a student at Ohio State is the level of involvement of the average student. Ohio State provides limitless opportunities to get involved in more ways than I can even begin to describe.