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round and round, round and round, round and round…

Today was another marathon day of working on our case, 8:30-5:45.  We got a lot done, and have a direction that may work for us.  I did a lot more research when I got home (thank goodness for the Wells Library Staff and their IM tool!)

Going to turn in early tonight, as I think everything is catching up with me.  Here’s to some dreams not about buses!

Case Comp, Mock Interviews and Trivia, Oh My!

So the last few days have been pretty uneventful school-wise as we were gearing up for today and the rest of case comp throughout next week.  We had the presentation of the case last night and then were sent out to go pull everything together for the presentation Weds.

However, we took the evening off and went the the International Business Society’s Mexican Business Cultural Dinner at El Norteno.  It was a great session, very informative, and the food was good.

Then it was time to get to work, at least a little and watch the case brief and do a little preliminary research.  Today and the rest of the week will be interesting to say the least.

At least we get to let off a little steam from today with the trivia night being thrown by MBAA, I have a feeling I will need to!

**In other news, we found a stray cat on Tuesday night and brought him so he wouldn’t have to weather the elements.  We took him to the shelter yesterday and they were not optimistic about his future.  We are both pretty shook up about it, never a good time for that kind of stuff**

My home for 16 hours each week

My home for 16 hours each week

It’s that time of year where we all reflect on what we are thankful for and appreciate in our lives.  In a year that has brought me more changes, adventures and challenges I can think of so many people who have helped me through, and each one of their contributions means more to me than I can say.
One year ago, I was just a girl with big dreams hoping to leave the world of engineering behind for something bigger, something better…something more me.  And here I am, a marketing major at the 15th ranked MBA program in the nation, exploring all the opportunities I never thought I could obtain.  Giving myself goosebumps just thinking about it!
When ModCloth, posted about their Thanksgiving Thank-A-Thon blog contest I had to post to thank all the people who helped me get here and allow me to live my dream, there isn’t a day that I don’t think of you all!
Here they are in no particular order (and don’t hate me if I left you off, you know I didn’t do it on purpose!):
Charlton; for pushing me to constantly improve myself and be always be a better version of myself
My family; for being supportive through application processes, my traveling, watching my pets, helping me pack and dealing with my venting
My co-workers; for always being positive and being the ones who would dance with me in the halls to celebrate all my little victories
Elizabeth (the Brownie troop leader I assisted); for being one of my biggest cheerleaders and encouraging me to no end
Rebecca (my career coach); for making my happiness a priority and helping me realize the power of today
Selena & Emily (QC’ers); for being my sounding board
My new Kelley family; for making this easy, having never left my home they made this my new one.  They are my bestest friends and I don’t know what I would do without them. (that goes for all the alums too, they truly bend over backwards to help!)
And now that I have seriously made myself teary, time for a little pick me up and some goofy things I am thankful for:
Splenda
Coffee Break Mondays
Addie, even if she makes me get up early to walk her
Google Reader
My Le Creuset
Mad Men
Casey, because he is the world’s greatest cat
McDonald’s salads

It’s that time of year where we all reflect on what we are thankful for and appreciate in our lives.  In a year that has brought me more changes, adventures and challenges I can think of so many people who have helped me through, and each one of their contributions means more to me than I can say.

One year ago, I was just a girl with big dreams hoping to leave the world of engineering behind for something bigger, something better…something more me.  And here I am, a marketing major at the 15th ranked MBA program in the nation, exploring all the opportunities I never thought I could obtain.  Giving myself goosebumps just thinking about it!

When ModCloth, posted about their Thanksgiving Thank-A-Thon blog contest I had to post to thank all the people who helped me get here and allow me to live my dream, there isn’t a day that I don’t think of you all!

Here they are in no particular order (and don’t hate me if I left you off, you know I didn’t do it on purpose!):

  • Charlton; for pushing me to constantly improve myself and be always be a better version of myself
  • My family; for being supportive through application processes, my traveling, watching my pets, helping me pack and dealing with my venting
  • My co-workers; for always being positive and being the ones who would dance with me in the halls to celebrate all my little victories
  • Elizabeth (the Brownie troop leader I assisted); for being one of my biggest cheerleaders and encouraging me to no end
  • Rebecca (my career coach); for making my happiness a priority and helping me realize the power of today
  • Selena & Emily (QC’ers); for being my sounding board
  • My new Kelley family; for making this easy, having never left my home they made this my new one.  They are my bestest friends and I don’t know what I would do without them. (that goes for all the alums too, they truly bend over backwards to help!)

And now that I have seriously made myself teary, time for a little pick me up and some goofy things I am thankful for:

  • Splenda
  • Coffee Break Mondays
  • Addie, even if she makes me get up early to walk her
  • Google Reader
  • My Le Creuset
  • Mad Men
  • Casey, because he is the world’s greatest cat
  • McDonald’s salads
Although I am sure to people outside of the MBA program, my life everyday looks a lot like Taz tearing through a scene, today seemed to be the epitome of it.
Classes started late for me today, so I dropped Charlton off and grabbed my dry cleaning from NAWMBA so I would be ready for the case comp this week.  Then I read and wrote some emails before jumping right into the econ case on Brazil.  When my brain couldn’t take in any more information on inflation and interest rates we escaped from 1050 to go play the “beer game” simulation for ops.
Everyone had a role in a 4 stage supply chain of a beer manufacturer.  I ended up with the Distributor role, and after 6 simulated weeks thought I was doing fantastically, and then a monster order came in and killed my inventory.  I had such a huge backlog by the end of the session I had to actually use a calculator to get my numbers!  Although, we didn’t end up in last place so we weaseled out of having to tidy, but as we didn’t win no cash prize for us!  And what better way to understand the bullwhip effect than to see it happen in person, over pocket change instead of in the real world when you have customers screaming at you.
I had just enough time for a quick bite to eat before I had 3 informational interviews with second years regarding their internship searches and their roles in Kelley Women.  Finally at about 4:45 I got to head home and prep for another informational interview.  By the time 7 rolled around I had to unbury myself from all the emails I got over the day and try to get a handle on whats ahead.  Still getting there, is it really only Monday?

Although I am sure to people outside of the MBA program, my life everyday looks a lot like Taz tearing through a scene, today seemed to be the epitome of it.

Classes started late for me today, so I dropped Charlton off and grabbed my dry cleaning from NAWMBA so I would be ready for the case comp this week.  Then I read and wrote some emails before jumping right into the econ case on Brazil.  When my brain couldn’t take in any more information on inflation and interest rates we escaped from 1050 to go play the “beer game” simulation for ops.

Everyone had a role in a 4 stage supply chain of a beer manufacturer.  I ended up with the Distributor role, and after 6 simulated weeks thought I was doing fantastically, and then a monster order came in and killed my inventory.  I had such a huge backlog by the end of the session I had to actually use a calculator to get my numbers!  Although, we didn’t end up in last place so we weaseled out of having to tidy, but as we didn’t win no cash prize for us!  And what better way to understand the bullwhip effect than to see it happen in person, over pocket change instead of in the real world when you have customers screaming at you.

I had just enough time for a quick bite to eat before I had 3 informational interviews with second years regarding their internship searches and their roles in Kelley Women.  Finally at about 4:45 I got to head home and prep for another informational interview.  By the time 7 rolled around I had to unbury myself from all the emails I got over the day and try to get a handle on whats ahead.  Still getting there, is it really only Monday?

After my meeting with the SBA director, it was home for a walk with Addie and some more reading.  Then at 6ish, I headed off to Scholar’s Inn for the Kelley Women Leadership Info Meeting.  They set it up like round tables and all the current executive members sat at their own table and we moved around to learn more information.  I had already decided what I planned to run for, but it was great to get some more information and some ideas on what to do going forward.  I came home and set up loads of meeting with the chairs below the position, a current MBAA officer and the MBA office to find out more about how the role interfaces with them.  Should be helpful in showcasing my interest and allowing me to show how I understand the role and goals for it going forward.  It’s going to be a busy, but good week.

After my meeting with the SBA director, it was home for a walk with Addie and some more reading.  Then at 6ish, I headed off to Scholar’s Inn for the Kelley Women Leadership Info Meeting.  They set it up like round tables and all the current executive members sat at their own table and we moved around to learn more information.  I had already decided what I planned to run for, but it was great to get some more information and some ideas on what to do going forward.  I came home and set up loads of meeting with the chairs below the position, a current MBAA officer and the MBA office to find out more about how the role interfaces with them.  Should be helpful in showcasing my interest and allowing me to show how I understand the role and goals for it going forward.  It’s going to be a busy, but good week.

Where else do you go when you have a meeting?  I think the epitome of “let’s get coffee” is Starbucks, although I didn’t have any coffee!  Yesterday afternoon I met with the director of the Student Business Ambassadors, the undergraduate organization I will be mentoring.  We had a great meeting, and have some good ideas to improve the organization forward.  I am can’t to help them out and make their ideas come to life!  I am really looking forward to working with them.

Where else do you go when you have a meeting?  I think the epitome of “let’s get coffee” is Starbucks, although I didn’t have any coffee!  Yesterday afternoon I met with the director of the Student Business Ambassadors, the undergraduate organization I will be mentoring.  We had a great meeting, and have some good ideas to improve the organization forward.  I am can’t to help them out and make their ideas come to life!  I am really looking forward to working with them.

Welcome to Kelley!  Saturday was another packed day of activities for our prospies.  They had breakfast, panels, lunch with the 1st & 2nd years, more panels and closing dinner with keynote speaker Maggy Siegel.
As I was not hosting any visitors, I spent my morning walking Addie and reading for class.  I got a ton done and then headed to campus for the lunch and the 2 last panels with recent Kelley alums.  While a lot of the discussion was directed to the prospies, as a current student it was a great reminder of why I love it here and what a wonderful place this is.  Also got to get a little bit of the lowdown on studying abroad next year; is Switzerland or France in my future!?  A girl can hope!
But the weekend wasn’t all coming up roses…I took a spill down the stairs on the way to lunch and hit a car while trying to take my friend from San Diego to the book store (smooth one!)  Will have to see how much the damage comes out to be and how its going to hit my grad student level bank account, ugh!  But at least no major bruising from the fall, unless you count my ego.

Welcome to Kelley!  Saturday was another packed day of activities for our prospies.  They had breakfast, panels, lunch with the 1st & 2nd years, more panels and closing dinner with keynote speaker Maggy Siegel.

As I was not hosting any visitors, I spent my morning walking Addie and reading for class.  I got a ton done and then headed to campus for the lunch and the 2 last panels with recent Kelley alums.  While a lot of the discussion was directed to the prospies, as a current student it was a great reminder of why I love it here and what a wonderful place this is.  Also got to get a little bit of the lowdown on studying abroad next year; is Switzerland or France in my future!?  A girl can hope!

But the weekend wasn’t all coming up roses…I took a spill down the stairs on the way to lunch and hit a car while trying to take my friend from San Diego to the book store (smooth one!)  Will have to see how much the damage comes out to be and how its going to hit my grad student level bank account, ugh!  But at least no major bruising from the fall, unless you count my ego.

But to really celebrate the completion of another class…it was time for Women’s Weekend!  First up, was a wonderful cocktail party at Tallent.  We had a wonderful turnout of second and first years who could mingle with all the great Kelley prospectives.  Then it was off to the Bluebird for the highlight of our week, the Faculty Auction!  Most of our professors donated events and experiences, ranging from dinner, wine tastings, laser tag, basketball and even 10 hours of cabana boy duties.  We had a great turnout and I was able to get in on a couple events: Superbowl party with our future statistic modeling professor, BBQ with one of the accounting professors, dinner with the director of student services and a knitting lesson with my buddy.  Can’t wait to collect on all my prizes, will be a great way to celebrate the end of the core!
Although I can’t wait until the spring to watch my fellow first years dominate my Accounting professor and his team of professors at Assembly Hall.  Go Class of ‘11!

But to really celebrate the completion of another class…it was time for Women’s Weekend!  First up, was a wonderful cocktail party at Tallent.  We had a wonderful turnout of second and first years who could mingle with all the great Kelley prospectives.  Then it was off to the Bluebird for the highlight of our week, the Faculty Auction!  Most of our professors donated events and experiences, ranging from dinner, wine tastings, laser tag, basketball and even 10 hours of cabana boy duties.  We had a great turnout and I was able to get in on a couple events: Superbowl party with our future statistic modeling professor, BBQ with one of the accounting professors, dinner with the director of student services and a knitting lesson with my buddy.  Can’t wait to collect on all my prizes, will be a great way to celebrate the end of the core!

Although I can’t wait until the spring to watch my fellow first years dominate my Accounting professor and his team of professors at Assembly Hall.  Go Class of ‘11!

I've moved!

Follow my continued adventures on blogspot!  Old posts will slowly be migrated over soon so you can get everything in one spot.

round and round, round and round, round and round…

Today was another marathon day of working on our case, 8:30-5:45.  We got a lot done, and have a direction that may work for us.  I did a lot more research when I got home (thank goodness for the Wells Library Staff and their IM tool!)

Going to turn in early tonight, as I think everything is catching up with me.  Here’s to some dreams not about buses!

Case Comp, Mock Interviews and Trivia, Oh My!

So the last few days have been pretty uneventful school-wise as we were gearing up for today and the rest of case comp throughout next week.  We had the presentation of the case last night and then were sent out to go pull everything together for the presentation Weds.

However, we took the evening off and went the the International Business Society’s Mexican Business Cultural Dinner at El Norteno.  It was a great session, very informative, and the food was good.

Then it was time to get to work, at least a little and watch the case brief and do a little preliminary research.  Today and the rest of the week will be interesting to say the least.

At least we get to let off a little steam from today with the trivia night being thrown by MBAA, I have a feeling I will need to!

**In other news, we found a stray cat on Tuesday night and brought him so he wouldn’t have to weather the elements.  We took him to the shelter yesterday and they were not optimistic about his future.  We are both pretty shook up about it, never a good time for that kind of stuff**

My home for 16 hours each week

My home for 16 hours each week

It’s that time of year where we all reflect on what we are thankful for and appreciate in our lives.  In a year that has brought me more changes, adventures and challenges I can think of so many people who have helped me through, and each one of their contributions means more to me than I can say.
One year ago, I was just a girl with big dreams hoping to leave the world of engineering behind for something bigger, something better…something more me.  And here I am, a marketing major at the 15th ranked MBA program in the nation, exploring all the opportunities I never thought I could obtain.  Giving myself goosebumps just thinking about it!
When ModCloth, posted about their Thanksgiving Thank-A-Thon blog contest I had to post to thank all the people who helped me get here and allow me to live my dream, there isn’t a day that I don’t think of you all!
Here they are in no particular order (and don’t hate me if I left you off, you know I didn’t do it on purpose!):
Charlton; for pushing me to constantly improve myself and be always be a better version of myself
My family; for being supportive through application processes, my traveling, watching my pets, helping me pack and dealing with my venting
My co-workers; for always being positive and being the ones who would dance with me in the halls to celebrate all my little victories
Elizabeth (the Brownie troop leader I assisted); for being one of my biggest cheerleaders and encouraging me to no end
Rebecca (my career coach); for making my happiness a priority and helping me realize the power of today
Selena & Emily (QC’ers); for being my sounding board
My new Kelley family; for making this easy, having never left my home they made this my new one.  They are my bestest friends and I don’t know what I would do without them. (that goes for all the alums too, they truly bend over backwards to help!)
And now that I have seriously made myself teary, time for a little pick me up and some goofy things I am thankful for:
Splenda
Coffee Break Mondays
Addie, even if she makes me get up early to walk her
Google Reader
My Le Creuset
Mad Men
Casey, because he is the world’s greatest cat
McDonald’s salads

It’s that time of year where we all reflect on what we are thankful for and appreciate in our lives.  In a year that has brought me more changes, adventures and challenges I can think of so many people who have helped me through, and each one of their contributions means more to me than I can say.

One year ago, I was just a girl with big dreams hoping to leave the world of engineering behind for something bigger, something better…something more me.  And here I am, a marketing major at the 15th ranked MBA program in the nation, exploring all the opportunities I never thought I could obtain.  Giving myself goosebumps just thinking about it!

When ModCloth, posted about their Thanksgiving Thank-A-Thon blog contest I had to post to thank all the people who helped me get here and allow me to live my dream, there isn’t a day that I don’t think of you all!

Here they are in no particular order (and don’t hate me if I left you off, you know I didn’t do it on purpose!):

  • Charlton; for pushing me to constantly improve myself and be always be a better version of myself
  • My family; for being supportive through application processes, my traveling, watching my pets, helping me pack and dealing with my venting
  • My co-workers; for always being positive and being the ones who would dance with me in the halls to celebrate all my little victories
  • Elizabeth (the Brownie troop leader I assisted); for being one of my biggest cheerleaders and encouraging me to no end
  • Rebecca (my career coach); for making my happiness a priority and helping me realize the power of today
  • Selena & Emily (QC’ers); for being my sounding board
  • My new Kelley family; for making this easy, having never left my home they made this my new one.  They are my bestest friends and I don’t know what I would do without them. (that goes for all the alums too, they truly bend over backwards to help!)

And now that I have seriously made myself teary, time for a little pick me up and some goofy things I am thankful for:

  • Splenda
  • Coffee Break Mondays
  • Addie, even if she makes me get up early to walk her
  • Google Reader
  • My Le Creuset
  • Mad Men
  • Casey, because he is the world’s greatest cat
  • McDonald’s salads
Although I am sure to people outside of the MBA program, my life everyday looks a lot like Taz tearing through a scene, today seemed to be the epitome of it.
Classes started late for me today, so I dropped Charlton off and grabbed my dry cleaning from NAWMBA so I would be ready for the case comp this week.  Then I read and wrote some emails before jumping right into the econ case on Brazil.  When my brain couldn’t take in any more information on inflation and interest rates we escaped from 1050 to go play the “beer game” simulation for ops.
Everyone had a role in a 4 stage supply chain of a beer manufacturer.  I ended up with the Distributor role, and after 6 simulated weeks thought I was doing fantastically, and then a monster order came in and killed my inventory.  I had such a huge backlog by the end of the session I had to actually use a calculator to get my numbers!  Although, we didn’t end up in last place so we weaseled out of having to tidy, but as we didn’t win no cash prize for us!  And what better way to understand the bullwhip effect than to see it happen in person, over pocket change instead of in the real world when you have customers screaming at you.
I had just enough time for a quick bite to eat before I had 3 informational interviews with second years regarding their internship searches and their roles in Kelley Women.  Finally at about 4:45 I got to head home and prep for another informational interview.  By the time 7 rolled around I had to unbury myself from all the emails I got over the day and try to get a handle on whats ahead.  Still getting there, is it really only Monday?

Although I am sure to people outside of the MBA program, my life everyday looks a lot like Taz tearing through a scene, today seemed to be the epitome of it.

Classes started late for me today, so I dropped Charlton off and grabbed my dry cleaning from NAWMBA so I would be ready for the case comp this week.  Then I read and wrote some emails before jumping right into the econ case on Brazil.  When my brain couldn’t take in any more information on inflation and interest rates we escaped from 1050 to go play the “beer game” simulation for ops.

Everyone had a role in a 4 stage supply chain of a beer manufacturer.  I ended up with the Distributor role, and after 6 simulated weeks thought I was doing fantastically, and then a monster order came in and killed my inventory.  I had such a huge backlog by the end of the session I had to actually use a calculator to get my numbers!  Although, we didn’t end up in last place so we weaseled out of having to tidy, but as we didn’t win no cash prize for us!  And what better way to understand the bullwhip effect than to see it happen in person, over pocket change instead of in the real world when you have customers screaming at you.

I had just enough time for a quick bite to eat before I had 3 informational interviews with second years regarding their internship searches and their roles in Kelley Women.  Finally at about 4:45 I got to head home and prep for another informational interview.  By the time 7 rolled around I had to unbury myself from all the emails I got over the day and try to get a handle on whats ahead.  Still getting there, is it really only Monday?

After my meeting with the SBA director, it was home for a walk with Addie and some more reading.  Then at 6ish, I headed off to Scholar’s Inn for the Kelley Women Leadership Info Meeting.  They set it up like round tables and all the current executive members sat at their own table and we moved around to learn more information.  I had already decided what I planned to run for, but it was great to get some more information and some ideas on what to do going forward.  I came home and set up loads of meeting with the chairs below the position, a current MBAA officer and the MBA office to find out more about how the role interfaces with them.  Should be helpful in showcasing my interest and allowing me to show how I understand the role and goals for it going forward.  It’s going to be a busy, but good week.

After my meeting with the SBA director, it was home for a walk with Addie and some more reading.  Then at 6ish, I headed off to Scholar’s Inn for the Kelley Women Leadership Info Meeting.  They set it up like round tables and all the current executive members sat at their own table and we moved around to learn more information.  I had already decided what I planned to run for, but it was great to get some more information and some ideas on what to do going forward.  I came home and set up loads of meeting with the chairs below the position, a current MBAA officer and the MBA office to find out more about how the role interfaces with them.  Should be helpful in showcasing my interest and allowing me to show how I understand the role and goals for it going forward.  It’s going to be a busy, but good week.

Where else do you go when you have a meeting?  I think the epitome of “let’s get coffee” is Starbucks, although I didn’t have any coffee!  Yesterday afternoon I met with the director of the Student Business Ambassadors, the undergraduate organization I will be mentoring.  We had a great meeting, and have some good ideas to improve the organization forward.  I am can’t to help them out and make their ideas come to life!  I am really looking forward to working with them.

Where else do you go when you have a meeting?  I think the epitome of “let’s get coffee” is Starbucks, although I didn’t have any coffee!  Yesterday afternoon I met with the director of the Student Business Ambassadors, the undergraduate organization I will be mentoring.  We had a great meeting, and have some good ideas to improve the organization forward.  I am can’t to help them out and make their ideas come to life!  I am really looking forward to working with them.

Welcome to Kelley!  Saturday was another packed day of activities for our prospies.  They had breakfast, panels, lunch with the 1st & 2nd years, more panels and closing dinner with keynote speaker Maggy Siegel.
As I was not hosting any visitors, I spent my morning walking Addie and reading for class.  I got a ton done and then headed to campus for the lunch and the 2 last panels with recent Kelley alums.  While a lot of the discussion was directed to the prospies, as a current student it was a great reminder of why I love it here and what a wonderful place this is.  Also got to get a little bit of the lowdown on studying abroad next year; is Switzerland or France in my future!?  A girl can hope!
But the weekend wasn’t all coming up roses…I took a spill down the stairs on the way to lunch and hit a car while trying to take my friend from San Diego to the book store (smooth one!)  Will have to see how much the damage comes out to be and how its going to hit my grad student level bank account, ugh!  But at least no major bruising from the fall, unless you count my ego.

Welcome to Kelley!  Saturday was another packed day of activities for our prospies.  They had breakfast, panels, lunch with the 1st & 2nd years, more panels and closing dinner with keynote speaker Maggy Siegel.

As I was not hosting any visitors, I spent my morning walking Addie and reading for class.  I got a ton done and then headed to campus for the lunch and the 2 last panels with recent Kelley alums.  While a lot of the discussion was directed to the prospies, as a current student it was a great reminder of why I love it here and what a wonderful place this is.  Also got to get a little bit of the lowdown on studying abroad next year; is Switzerland or France in my future!?  A girl can hope!

But the weekend wasn’t all coming up roses…I took a spill down the stairs on the way to lunch and hit a car while trying to take my friend from San Diego to the book store (smooth one!)  Will have to see how much the damage comes out to be and how its going to hit my grad student level bank account, ugh!  But at least no major bruising from the fall, unless you count my ego.

But to really celebrate the completion of another class…it was time for Women’s Weekend!  First up, was a wonderful cocktail party at Tallent.  We had a wonderful turnout of second and first years who could mingle with all the great Kelley prospectives.  Then it was off to the Bluebird for the highlight of our week, the Faculty Auction!  Most of our professors donated events and experiences, ranging from dinner, wine tastings, laser tag, basketball and even 10 hours of cabana boy duties.  We had a great turnout and I was able to get in on a couple events: Superbowl party with our future statistic modeling professor, BBQ with one of the accounting professors, dinner with the director of student services and a knitting lesson with my buddy.  Can’t wait to collect on all my prizes, will be a great way to celebrate the end of the core!
Although I can’t wait until the spring to watch my fellow first years dominate my Accounting professor and his team of professors at Assembly Hall.  Go Class of ‘11!

But to really celebrate the completion of another class…it was time for Women’s Weekend!  First up, was a wonderful cocktail party at Tallent.  We had a wonderful turnout of second and first years who could mingle with all the great Kelley prospectives.  Then it was off to the Bluebird for the highlight of our week, the Faculty Auction!  Most of our professors donated events and experiences, ranging from dinner, wine tastings, laser tag, basketball and even 10 hours of cabana boy duties.  We had a great turnout and I was able to get in on a couple events: Superbowl party with our future statistic modeling professor, BBQ with one of the accounting professors, dinner with the director of student services and a knitting lesson with my buddy.  Can’t wait to collect on all my prizes, will be a great way to celebrate the end of the core!

Although I can’t wait until the spring to watch my fellow first years dominate my Accounting professor and his team of professors at Assembly Hall.  Go Class of ‘11!

round and round, round and round, round and round…
Case Comp, Mock Interviews and Trivia, Oh My!

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