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This is posted in the ohio state locker room.
...It ain't what they call you, it's what you answer to.
W. C. Fields
They are proud of their communications and Family and Resource Management majors? Interesting...
Interesting from the school that has had two major cheating scandals in the past.
If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.
Bwahaha! All this time i thought a communications degree was a general sciences degree. Seriously, nothing says "im looking to check the block" like 5 of those degrees. I know because im doing the same thing.
You guys will love the true breakdown of it then lol.
Here is Ohio State's:
Major # of players
Sport and Leisure Studies 7
Family Resource Management 7
Mechanical Engineering 5
Exercise Science 5
Management and Industry 4
Political Science 2
African-American Studies 1
Civil Engineering 1
Computer Science 1
Construction Systems Management 1
Fisheries and Wildlife Management 1
Health Professions 1
Human Development 1
Middle Childhood Education 1
Operations Management 1
Real Estate and Urban Analysis 1
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Err, what is Exploring?
Apparently it's a way for undeclared majors to "explore" a variety of different courses and studies (You know, basically a General Studies major under a different name).
So a major for students without a major. I don't see the point.
Thanks STOOBIE! It's my motivation to be an extremely rich man with nothing but hobbies to consume my time.
Wow, good work here. By my count there are 52 players chillin.
Here's the deal...you don't have to be "rich" to experience a high quality of life. Actually the "journey" is the prize if you make it an adventure. If you spend most of your time making your goal to become rich, you may never have enough time to enjoy the journey.
I can't remember a host of crazy forays, and some I' cant post here--I'm too damn old now...j/k...still am ready to sub anytime Bo calls on me ...I digress, here's a few things that I've been able to "put in my adventure bucket" - point being, I've never have been rich; very happy, not rich.
When you graduate go travel parts of the world for a year. You may find yourself along the way.
Fly in to wilderness lakes to fish virgin waters in Northern Canada
Party in Rhodes, downtown Athens...Greece in its prime, islands best.
Scuba dive in gin clear water 200' deep off Cozumel.
Snorkel with Humpback Whale Mother and baby off the Big Island/Hawaii.
Make Key West like your backyard...play with the Offshore Power Boat Race crowd.
Cruise Tahitian Islands on a Ship that can power off the engines and sail.
Swim with dolphins off Kona, sharks off Bali.
Dive the 'North Wall' off the Cayman Islands that drops to 6,000'
Catch over 50 large mouth in a day, no one else on the water.
Ski the Black Diamond US Ski Team Training Run at Copper Mtn. with 2' of fresh powder
Party with Sammy Haggar at Cabo Wabo for his 55th Birthday
Live in Cabo San Lucas.
Skiff the 2nd largest bay in the world with migrating herds of Grey Whales surrounding the boat.
Jump (parachute) twice, solo, over Roswell, NM (former) military airbase shown on UFO shows.
Race Open Wheel Limited Indy Racers.
Catch Striped Marlin, Wahoo, Dorado and Yellowfin Tuna - the same day.
New Zealand was best, Kowloon/Hong Kong next.
Live in Mexico and operate an Adventure business.
Adventure is the pathway to your explore your soul...
Its a class taught by Dora the explorer.
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Family Resource Management?
This is seriusly a major nowadays? What do they teach? How to balance your checkbook? How not to spend more than you make? Planning past a single paycheck?
Maybe they should just rename it Common Sense.
Exploration is a two year program (First 2), in which the student gets to explore a variety of majors before declaring a major. Contrary to blues post it is the same as Undecided.
Is Backpack the Graduate Assistant?
Does that include exploring an NFL career?
I would have no problem if some of the players majored in NFL; football is their chosen profession.
If they allow Creative Writing majors, and Acting majors, why not Athletics?
Well, the 1/2 of 1% of college athletes playing football that actually make it to the NFL, get their degree there. To the rest, it could pile up huge student loans and hold little career opportunity.
This post was edited by Zonie87 23 months ago
So it is a general studies major.
Any way you slice it, it's the same thing.
Hi just a quick comment from a Buckeye.......
I don't understand why people classify OSU's "scandal" as cheating. It was for money and tattoos.........nothing was gained on the field..........I understand it was a grimy thing to do, and is very thuggish......but how and why do people consider this cheating??? If you remember, the NCAA stated the players could play in the Bowl against Arky.
Also, we think of anything we can to make fun of the team up north.......I'm sure Braska does their thing
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