If you aren't tired after a long week of work and classes, you're either made of stone or you sleep for a living. Thankfully, we have the solution for your late-week lethargy: good company and tasty drinks.
Every Thursday after class, you're invited to meet up with us at M.L. Rose for Thirsty Thursday, Massey's newest social tradition. Feel free to bring your friends or significant other. Alums, you're welcome, too!
We hope this turns into a refreshing way for you to escape the grind for a few hours.
The Massey Graduate Council is organizing a night for current and former students, their families, and friends at the Nashville Sounds baseball game on Sunday July 29th, 2012 at 6:30pm. We have reserved the Miller Lite Porch for our group. The cost per ticket is $30
($25 for children ages 3-12, under 2 are free). The ticket price includes a buffet meal, a reserved seat, and $2 Miller Lite draft beers. More information on the Miller Lite Porch can be viewed here.
To place a ticket order, click here. By submitting this form, you are committing to purchasing a ticket/tickets.
Contact Andrea Frey at email@example.com or 615-460-6790 if you have any questions!
Do you get tired after a long week at the office? We're with you. That 3:30 feeling isn't always limited to the afternoons. Thankfully, it's five o'clock somewhere, and it's time to unwind.
The Massey Graduate Council is pleased to introduce Thirsty Thursday, the first of a series of regular Massey get-togethers. Hang out with us Thursday, July 12 at M.L. Rose (the artist formerly known as Melrose) in Berry Hill. The fun starts at 9 p.m.
If you're like us, you're already looking ahead to the end of the summer semester. We're planning a celebration. Join us downtown at Flying Saucer Tuesday, August 7 for the end-of-semester social. We'll get together at 8 p.m.
We hope you're able to take advantage of these chances to relax with your classmates and friends!
1st Annual Massey Student and
Alumni Chili Cook-Off
The leaves are turning colors, the weather has a slight chill and football is king! Break out your chili peppers and crock pots because it’s time to crown the king or queen of fall comfort food. This will be a family friendly event, complete with broadcasts of football games and other fall activities. Tailgate chairs and games are welcome!
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate if you are interested in entering the cook-off (individual or team) or simply coming to taste!
Date: November 19, 2011
Time: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Location: Belmont's Massey Boardroom (4th Floor)
Can’t get enough of football and your fellow Massey comrades? Join us at Sam’s Sports Grill (1803 21st Avenue) after the chili cook-off for more Saturday afternoon fun!
Attention all zombies: It’s time to search through your closets and break out your werewolf masks. Shake off the fright of a long week by joining us for a happy hour mixer. Come network with current Massey students and alumni. Significant others are welcome!
Date: October 28th (Friday)
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Location: The Flying Saucer, 111 10th Avenue South, Nashville
Prizes will be awarded for the most creative costumes
If you plan to join us, please RSVP to Lacey at email@example.com
Come celebrate the closing of another semester with the Massey Grad Council!
Attention all Massey Students! The end of the summer semester social will be held at:
Sam's Sportsbar in
1803 21st Avenue South in Nashville
Thursday August 4th
The School will furnish appetizers, and the entire front porch is reserved. Significant others and spouses are welcome to attend.
Massey Graduate Council members, Spring 2011, include (l to r) Ashley Bosshart (alumni chair), Joe Alexander (advisor), Kelley Haughton (president), Brian Clements (secretary), Greg Glidden (technology chair), Micah Callaway (vice-president), J. J. Nagle (MACC representative), Katie Fredericks (social chair), Margaret Long (AMBA representative), and Jennifer Fossett (PMBA representative).
The Massey Graduate Council (MGC) exists to provide guidance to school administration and to serve as a representative voice for students currently enrolled in the MBA and MACC programs. Council members also serve a valuable role as a liaison beween current students and Massey alumni--an important role for building a strong professional network upon graduation.
It's that time of year again!
For the past three years, Massey students have assembled on one weekend day to volunteer with the Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity (“NAHFH”) to help build a home for a local family. The overwhelming response to assist our community coupled with the opportunities to learn new skills and meet new people have always made these events a huge success.
We need volunteers to help make this year the best ever!
WHEN: Saturday, March 13, 7:00 am-4:00 pm
WHO: YOU! We are looking for volunteers from Massey students, alumni, friends and family. No building skills required!
DETAILS: Breakfast and snacks will be included.
To sign up, please contact Jeremy Bradford for the release form and more information.
For more details...
A group of Massey students and faculty joined several employees from Cat Finance on September 19 as part of a Habitat for Humanity build team in north Nashville. Volunteers arrived at 6:45 a.m. for instructions and check-in and worked throughout the day on three different houses, with tasks ranging from installing siding to interior blocking and insulation. A few volunteers even got to help raise interior and exterior walls on a nearby house where helpers were in short supply.
To read more about the day, click below...