Voice of the Students: Bhavin Bhanushali

This week, Bhavin Bhanushali, SGA’s Vice President (Education) shares his thoughts on why you should come to GGU and gives us tips on finding somewhere to live: He talks about the US education system:- and what the SGA does:- Finally, he gives us advice on how to enjoy the Bay Area’s Indian cuisine scene! Thank…

What Comes Next?

Work, internships, volunteering, interviews – trying to figure out how where to start, who to talk to, what needs to be done and how to do it can be overwhelming. Especially when there’s the small matter of studies and, for many of us, a day job to factor into the equation. This is where we…

Home, Sweet, Home

Due to sickness, our first student video blog has had to be put back by a couple of weeks. But that gives us a great opportunity to cover a topic currently close to our hearts – house-hunting. Now many of you live at home, with partners, parents, kids, dogs, fish etc. and don’t need to…

We Want You!

GGU Social is changing. Our purpose and intention is and always has been to blog about topics connected to events and issues happening in and around school. We also love to feature items on what’s going on in the Bay Area – productions, restaurants, day trips – anything that you enjoy doing that you think…

How Can We Help?

  This week is all about volunteerism. Yesterday, a group of GGU students joined together with volunteers from other organizations to help the SF Marin Food Bank sort through almost 9,500lbs of oranges! Kudos to all the GGU students who took part and for Sushmita and the rest of the SGA for organizing such a…

We’re all in this together! A personal note from the editor….

Yesterday morning, I was in a restaurant, out-of-state (long story). I was travelling, and on my own, so when I asked to be seated, I was Immediately offered a place at the counter. The place was half-empty, so I requested a table instead as I wanted to do some work. There was silence, looks of…

You’re not alone!

  Happy week two of term, everybody! Hopefully, by now, returners are starting to settle back in and new students are finding their feet. And it’s the folks in this latter group that we’d like reach out to in this week’s blog post. Those of us who’ve been at GGU for a while now, maybe…