Hot: Managing success
The College of Management’s MBA program recently moved up the rankings of Bloomberg BusinessWeek for full-time MBA programs to the 23rd overall spot, up from 29th last year. The program ranked ninth overall for public schools. Fear not Management majors, you will still be hearing plenty of M-Train jokes from students in all the other colleges.
Not: Crime continues
The two high-profile incidents around campus this week are yet another reminder of the major disadvantage of city life. While the one incident involving the deceased man is tragic, the other incident in Homepark involving two Tech students is disturbing. Regrettably, it seems people who even take necessary precautions may still fall victim to violent crime.
Hot: Potter party
The next installment in the Harry Potter movie saga is being released today. Thanks to great planning on behalf of the Student Center Programs Council, many students were able to see the movie last night before the midnight premier. Hopefully the fanatics will get their fix soon so the more normal population can go see the movie in peace without people dressed as Dumbledore.
Losing to the KSU from Manhattan, KS would be expected and reasonable. Losing to the KSU that is generally regarded as nursing and teaching school just up I-75 and that is pretty new to the world of Division I is unacceptable and unreasonable. This will likely be a long season for the men’s basketball team as the expected easy wins on the schedule are neither easy nor wins.