I've always wanted to record a day in my life, but my life has generally been too boring to record. I'm not saying that my life is now any less boring, but it is a lot busier. Here is a general layout of my Mondays & Wednesdays. --------------------------------- 6:40 – Alarm clock rings. I quickly turn it off and roll back over for a few more minutes of sleep.
Tonight the Fisher Graduate Student Association interviewed candidates for the prestigious social chair position. The response to the position was overwhelming and we are going to have a difficult time making cuts. Not only is every candidate qualified, but everyone would make a unique addition to the committee… which makes the selection process seem incredibly arbitrary. We’ll hopefully have our final decision by the end of the week and we will introduce the new social chairs at our Town Hall meeting on February 18th. Thanks again to everyone who
One group that has received the majority of my spare time is the Fisher Graduate Student Association (FGSA). This group is the de facto student council and is responsible for implementing change based on student feedback and suggestions. In order to do this, we have the responsibility to delegate funds to different student groups so they are able to make the largest contributions to the Fisher community. Therefore, we are also responsible for approving new student organizations that seek funds.
It has recently become very evident that I will have little free time this quarter. Between working on my core classes and my recently invigorated summer internship search, this might be my busiest quarter of the year. I guess for the benefit of my MBA degree, the Bengals lost in the playoffs yesterday to the NY Jets. There is no doubt that with my team out of the playoffs, I will now have significantly more time available each week. Gone are the days of spending endless hours on
There is no doubt about it: the Columbus winter is harsh. For the past seven years I have taken great pride in my ability to survive the winters of New Haven, CT and New York City. When I decided to move back to Ohio, I never thought twice about the Ohio winter. I clearly underestimated its potential.