If you haven't had a friend telling you what everyday is like at the Fisher College of Business, you might think that life at a top-ranking business school is boring. I have to admit that students do work hard on their coursework, but they also play hard.
This past week has been a haze of interviews, midterms, projects, group meetings, phone calls and of course, the everyday tasks - like eating, sleeping (hopefully!), cleaning, etc. Although the Class of 2011 technically has until graduation (mid-June) to find a full-time career... it seems like you're behind if you're not madly rushing to second-round interviews at a hectic pace.
As an international student, I honestly have no idea what exactly the Halloween holiday is until I arrived here.
Timeline: Monday, 10-ish I see: an envelope I hear: my coughing, thanks to the God-forsaken weather I smell: “Be”, by Calvin Klein I feel: nauseous - First, a short recollection of what has happened these past few days:
I know it's been a while, loyal readers /skimmers! As I'm sure you've realized from other bloggers, one of the two really excellent times during a quarter is just wrapping up - MIDTERMS! To satisfy your curiosity, the other really excellent time is FINALS! Of course, I'm being slightly sarcastic, but in truth, it is exciting to show all the professors what I've learned so far. And the feeling once all the midterms are over... nearly priceless. So let's have a recap of what's been happening recently. The good news: