For the past few weeks, I have been really looking forward to November 11th – the day I have no classes and no intentions of stepping foot on campus. All that I, and most of my classmates, really want to do is catch my breath and get prepared for the last four CRAZY weeks of my first quarter at Fisher (during which we will have 4 Accounting Cases, 3 final papers, 3 final presentations, 4 daily assignments and 3 final exams – not to mention all of the reading that goes with those assignments…). But, November 11th is more than just a vacation day, it’s Veterans Day.
I went to my first football game on October 9. It was a game between Indiana Hoosiers and Ohio State Buckeyes. Buckeyes demonstrated their dominance on the field and played an exciting blow out game for all the home fans. By the way, after that game, Buckeyes became the No.1 team of the country.
Two tests on Monday, a paper due Tuesday, and a PowerPoint presentation due on top of that! Whew! ...Some weekends are busier than others, and this was one of the busy ones. I will be happy when Wednesday is over.
O.K. I don’t really hate football. But I don’t love it either. As a student at Ohio State (or simply a resident in Central Ohio) who doesn’t LOVE football can get a bit uncomfortable at times because it seems that everyone except you treats Buckeye Football like a religion of sorts and you are a leper, begging for mercy. Even though I am not a true fan of Buckeye Football, I purchased season tickets (yes, that’s tickets – married students get to purchase TWO tickets, even if your significant other is also not really a fan…). You may be wondering why I would spend all of that h
Just an aside before I begin - when the bloggers log into the dashboard to write a new post, we can see the blogs that have been written lately, if there are any new comments, etc. Today, as I was perusing through the new comments, I realized that Fisher Grad Life Bloggers are getting spammed by sites. I find it highly entertaining that we have gone from a site only our families read because they're our family to being spammed.