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Let’s Talk About Sech’s

March 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Gabriele Galli, Mason Estep and Shea Wilson aren’t strangers to campus nightlife. These motivated entrepreneurs have devoted themselves to recognizing trends and understanding what makes college students tick. Their latest undertaking: telling their peers all about the wonders of Sech’s. “My [...]

The Gyro Columbus Deserves

March 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Road Runner Gourmet Grill The lovely thing about gyros is that they look best when the ingredients are whimsically strewn about like clothes on the floor of a teenager’s bedroom. Road Runner Gourmet Grill is a particularly apt example of this. I didn’t watch the preparation of my gyro, but [...]

Beyond the Classroom

March 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

The Ohio Export Internship Program (OEIP) is unlike most other internships for Fisher undergraduates. In a traditional internship, the first day of work is frequently a student’s first exposure to a particular industry. The OEIP, on the other hand, seeks to educate its participants about the [...]

All Business in Business Casual

March 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

It’s the most ambiguous dress code in corporate America: business casual. These days, employees can wear suits, jeans and everything in between. The real question: what is acceptable? Business casual varies from company to company. For some, this means pant suits or skirts for the ladies and [...]

Changing Columbus

March 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

In the era of the smartphone, students can use apps to order almost anything—a burrito, a textbook or even a car. Uber, an app which provides vehicles-for-hire, celebrated its two year Columbus anniversary in December, as well as its two-millionth rider in Central Ohio earlier this year. Columbus [...]

North Campus Development

March 9, 2016 // 0 Comments

It started with North Commons closing a little over a year ago. By now the new dorms, Torres, Bowen and Scott Houses, have been open since the beginning of fall semester, and there are four more new residential buildings opening in the fall of 2016. Construction is a daily presence in students’ [...]

Giving Hope Through Homes

March 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

In Choluteca, Honduras, brick homes and dirt floors are common standards of living. While many American families enjoy comfy couches and flat screen TVs, families in the rural suburb of Siete de Mayo struggle to afford their basic needs. Striving to improve living conditions through an [...]

The New Greek Philosophy

March 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

If you were to type “greek life” into any search engine, it would likely return more negative than positive articles about college fraternities and sororities. So students understandably feel apprehensive mentioning their Greek life involvement to prospective employers. They worry employers [...]

Swiping in New Ways

February 1, 2016 // 0 Comments

What do you get when you mix Craigslist with Tinder? The Creos Group’s SwipeShop. It all began when Ohio State soccer player and marketing student, Konrad Kucharski, and a group of his teammates combined the two applications, producing a user-friendly online market for textbooks, furniture, and [...]

From Marine to Investment Banker

January 20, 2016 // 2 Comments

It has 73 offices around the world and primarily recruits from Ivy League schools. Last year, only three percent of 267,000 applicants were hired. Of those offered a position, 90 percent chose to join. Goldman Sachs is the top firm for investment bankers, attracting and hiring the best talent from [...]
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