Bar Night at Dominick’s
Rackham Student Government is hosting a grad student bar night this Thursday, April 17th from 5-7pm at Dominick’s! Join us for a night of great sangria and socializing with your friends and take advantage of the improving weather (I promise the snow will be gone…)
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Lunch with the Deans on Monday March 31st and Thursday April 4th
Fellow Graduate Students,
Your Rackham Student Government (RSG) is pleased to host announce the dates for our semesterly Lunches with the Deans. These events provide Rackham students an opportunity to interact directly with the leaders of the graduate school in an informal setting over lunch. The Rackham Student Government will host … Continue reading
EVENT: St. Patrick’s Day Bash with RSG! March 13, 2014
Join your Rackham Student Government on, Thursday, March 13th, from 7-10PM at Conor O’Neill’s for our annual Saint Patrick’s Day celebration! The first 100 Rackham students to arrive will receive a free ”Kiss me, I’m a Graduate Student” t-shirt. This event will take place in the Conor O’Neill’s Music Room.
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We host a number of social events each month. Graduate school can be a very siloing affair, check here for our upcoming events. We host both family friendly events including trips to see local professional
The graduate student government advocates on behalf of all graduate students at the local, state, and federal levels. This April we will be joining with graduate academic and professional students from public universities across the country in advocating for decreasing graduate student indebtedness, increasing research funding, and increasing opportunities for our international constituents.