A New Equation

"Let X equal the degree to which I am afraid of math and Y equal the degree to which I am mesmerized by the seemingly magical world of business"

It's a lie. You know, that thing they tell you about the first-year core being the busiest time in business school? A lie. True, second-year classes are fewer and less work. But this is only the nice half of the story. The half they don't tell you is that second-year classes are only less work to make room for everything else that pushes its way in.

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