Dartmouth’s Graduate Relief Team (GRT) is an organization chaired by Marie Onakomaiya, Student Life Chair of the Graduate Student Council (GSC), which coordinates outreach initiatives for graduate students. This coming week, the GRT is hosting two events open to all graduate students.
On Monday, March 25th the GRT is coordinating a dinner at Margaritas to raise money for this year’s relay for life. Between 5:00 PM and 10:00 PM, Margaritas will donate a portion of their proceeds to the GRT Relay for Life Team. Make sure to come to Margaritas for a night of fun with your friends, and to help raise money for a great cause!
Remember the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life is April 28th. To raise money for cancer research, join the GRT’s Relay for Life team!
On Friday, March 30th the Graduate Relief Team, in association with ONE.org, is hosting a free screening of Water Pressures—a documentary about projects focused on providing clean water to developing countries around the world—at 5:30 PM in Filene Auditorium (Moore Hall). Refreshments will be provided to all attendees, courtesy of the GSAC, Erin O’Flaherty.