Sunday, January 29, 2006

Update (Happy)

Just got word that I'm in at Ohio State and I'm being nominated for the University Fellowship. The director sounded very enthused about my SOP, so hopefully I'll have more good news filtering in, although I wouldn't be too awfully depressed if I didn't get in anywhere else (though, of course I would like to!). w00t!

12 Comments:

Blogger Adam M Osman said...

CONGRATS!!!

O MAN THAT IS AWESOME. (notice the capital letters!) Seriously thats great, now you can relax and be pleasantly surprised with any other acceptances and fellowships you may get. Now everything you did in undergrad was worth it.

And in regards to your SOP, when all is said and done your going to have to let me read it.

Congrats again!

Hopefully you still have a bunch more of these posts coming.

January 30, 2006 at 8:58 AM  
Blogger Andy said...

Yeah, it does make me much more relaxed... although now I have gotten myself very hopeful about UCLA and Minnesota (even Northwestern) thinking that the probability of getting into one of these schools given that I got a pretty favorable response from OSU must be higher than getting in alone.

Anyway, thanks Adam, I'll post my SOP on here once all of the admits/rejects have rolled in.

January 30, 2006 at 3:50 PM  
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Anonymous Paul said...

Just saw your post over on TM. Congrats on a great admit, Andy. What a great way to start off the admit season!!!

February 2, 2006 at 11:50 AM  
Blogger Andy said...

Thanks Paul. I continue to be uncertain who you are over at TM... but I remember you posting about schools on here, so good luck to you, too!

February 3, 2006 at 11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations. Last year at this time I got the same response from OSU. Ended up getting into UCLA and NW as well. At NW now, so I just thought I'd help keep you excited. Good luck.

February 4, 2006 at 6:49 AM  
Blogger Andy said...

Hah, thanks anon! Now I'll check my email every five minutes instead of every ten! You wouldn't happen to know if Francisco Buera is going to stick around NWU, would you? I find this research really exciting.

February 5, 2006 at 4:06 PM  
Blogger Per Your Request said...

Congrats, Im still waiting to hear from them. I hope I get some good news as well.

February 6, 2006 at 10:26 AM  
Anonymous Paul said...

Well, Andy. Some people have accused me of having a snappy wit, and at times , a crabby attitude. Wink wink, nudge nudge?

But congrats. I'm quite envious in that you've already got an admit under your belt. In the very least it takes a bit of stress off.

BTW, since you are a fellow beer afficinado, have you ever had Wittekirke? Its a Belgian white(wit), and is perhaps one of my favorites. Not sure if Belgians are your style or not, but I thought I'd pass it along. As many beers are, it is much better on tap than bottled or in cans. In cans at least, the coriander doesn't really come through, but I think a fine beer still. and at least worth a sample on a warm summer day.

February 10, 2006 at 10:46 PM  
Anonymous Paul said...

And I can't spell. Make that a Wittekerke

February 10, 2006 at 10:51 PM  
Blogger Andy said...

Hey Paul, I think I have the identity thing figured out now. On the beer- I haven't had that brew, but I typically really like saison and triple style Belgian brews. I've had a few wits that I like, but I'm much more of stout/porter kind of guy. My favorite beers of all time are mostly U.S. micros- Anchor Porter, Bell's K-Zoo Stout, and 3-Floyds brews. I'm not sure where you are located, but if you haven't had any of those three and you can find them, I definitely suggest trying them. I will pick up a bottle of Wittkerke next time I am in Indianapolis (Muncie has a poor beer selection).

February 11, 2006 at 2:43 PM  
Anonymous Paul said...

Sitting here having a new beer - a Sierra Big Foot (barleywine). Decent head, amber-to-dark-amber with a hoppy nose. Overall, very hoppy, but smooth. - Decided I'd treat myself after my YU reject today. ;)

RE the U.S. micro's: I've had all of the Anchor products, except for their barleywine - Foghorn I think? As for the others, I haven't had them, but the 3-Floyds does sound familiar (I'm east coast, mid-atlantic, somewhere between, DC and NC). Decent beer selection here, and around my home town, so I'll def. keep a look out.

Good luck regarding the rest of your apps!

February 27, 2006 at 4:19 PM  

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