Things Can Change QuicklyScott Clemente
Last week my classmates and I returned from spring break to begin the fourth quarter of our second year. Or, to put it another way, as I am writing this, we only have six weeks left until graduation. Six weeks. It seems unbelievable to stare at those words on my computer screen. How can it be just a month and a half before I leave this place? I remember when I went through my frequent and long deliberations about heading to business school and how I debated whether I was willing to give up two years of my career to get an MBA. It seemed like such a long time at that point, and now it's almost gone. Ironically, while the time has flown by, looking back, it seems like ages ago that I was writing my essays and trying to convince a school to offer me a spot in its class.
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