Indian Food Tasting Festival

Posted on : 22-04-2010 | By : BentleyGSA | In : Events


Take this opportunity to take a much needed break from the crazy term end schedule and spend some time chatting with friends and enjoy some scrumptious food.

Host: IGSO
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm onward
Location: LAC 325


It’s a dinner treat with a difference, carrying the Indian flavor with it.

Boston Scholars Program presents: Leave No Scholars Behind Benefit

Posted on : 22-04-2010 | By : BentleyGSA | In : Events


Socialize for Young Scholars! Will your Graduate School Represent?

Host: Boston Scholars Program
Date: Friday, April 30, 2010
Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm onward
Location: Felt Boston (533 Washington St. Boston MA)


Join the Boston Scholars Program this year as a 2010 Scholar Sponsor!
Here’s how:

* Mobilize 9 grad school friends to support the Leave No Scholars Behind benefit at the $15 level.
* Each grad school with 10+ tickets purchased will be recognized as one of BSP’s Boston Educational Opportunity Sponsor Team at the benefit.

Socialize, network and enjoy an evening with great food, drinks and company as we announce the 2010 BSP BEST at the Leave No Scholars Behind benefit.

Bentley Graduate Students: $15
Non-Graduate Students: $25

Open doors for our youth and RSVP today!

MIT Sustainability Summit 2010 — Mind the Gap: Communicate and Collaborate for a Sustainable World

Posted on : 22-04-2010 | By : BentleyGSA | In : Career, Events


The 2010 MIT Sustainability Summit will host speakers, panelists, and facilitators with a wealth of knowledge and experience in collaborating and communicating with individuals and organizations across sectors, industries, and other boundaries in order to address the most pressing sustainability issues. Throughout the day attendees will have opportunities to learn from experts, to network, and to explore a wide variety of practical tools useful for solving today’s environmental and social problems.

Host: MIT
Date: Friday April 23, 2010
Time: 8:00am-7:00pm
Location: Microsoft New England Research and Development Center

One Memorial Drive, Suite 100, Cambridge

Student ticket price is $40 per person.
For Bentley student group with 10 attendees, we will give the special discount rate $30 per person.

Register NOW
For group registration, please contact Annebel Yu [email protected]

30-Day Intro to Sailing and Kayaking

Posted on : 20-04-2010 | By : BentleyGSA | In : Day Trips, Events



* Intro to sailing and kayaking
* Boat on the Charles River
* Skilled staff of instructors
* Discount on full membership

Host: Graduate Student Association
Date: Tuesday April 6, 2010 – Tuesday June 15, 2010
Location: 21 David Mugar Way, Boston, Massachusetts 02114

A 30-day adult membership to Community Boating introduces you to the aquatic arts of sailing and kayaking via a variety of classes. Rookie paddlers will get to hit the water after just an hour of kayaking class. Captain Ahab wannabes, meanwhile, will have to conquer the rigors of rigging, the subtleties of sail theory, and the nuances of knots before they’re allowed to test for a solo rating—a prerequisite for classes in advanced techniques such as tacking, jibing, trimming, and jive-talking the mainsail. All classes take place on the water with plenty of hands-on access to Community Boating’s armada of Cape Cod Mercury sailboats and kayaks. Should you like the cut of your own jib and decide you’d like to continue boating at month’s end, you’ll get a $49 discount on the good ship Full Membership.

Community Boating is a not-for-profit organization that strives to bring the serenity of sailing to the Boston area through courses, community programs, and conch-shell-induced hypnotism. Founded in 1936, Community Boating and its skilled staff of skiff scoundrels conduct sailing tutorials on the Charles River, haunted to this day by the unsound and the furious ghost of Quentin Compson III. Check Community Boating’s class schedule and fire up your foray into fantastic flotation.

The Company:
Community Boating, Inc
21 David Mugar Way, Boston, Massachusetts 02114

Bentley graduate students: $35
Guests: $40
Contact GSA to reserve your tickets. Limited tickets.

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