As you may have read, we just put the wraps on another quarter at Fisher. Personally, I find it very hard to believe that I only have one more quarter left before graduation. The cliche is true: time flies when you're having fun.
This post is a follow-up to "The Key to Graduate Housing" post I wrote last year. As turns out, when you live in a college town, beware before renting. I beg you: learn from my mistakes.
Hard for anyone to believe: my best friend, it turns out, is an inanimate object. It's true! Sure, *technically* you don't have to have a laptop to get through Fisher . . .
One of the larger adjustments I had to make this year concerns my daily class schedule. Last year, as a new MBA, my schedule contained mostly core classes which are held between 8:30am and 3:20pm. Most days equaled four hours of in-class time with additional time spent outside of the classroom in meetings and events. Those days seem long past.
School started last week and it's off to the races for all of us here at the Fisher College of Business (FCOB). I'm officially a second-year MBA which means I only have a few more months (eight to be exact) to take advantage of all that the MBA program offers its full-time students. The only solution for me? Approach it with reckless abandon!