Come on down to Buckley’s on Queen Anne to mix and mingle with fellow U-M and other Big Ten alums and enjoy some friendly camaraderie and excitement about the upcoming football season. Be sure to wear your Maize’n Blue! See you there!
Ramon Mendez graduated from Ross in 2011 with a Master of Supply Chain Management and as a Tauber Institute Fellow. He’s a US Army Reserve Veteran who moved from Puerto Rico to Ann Arbor to pursue his graduate studies, and says that “it was amazing to find so many smart and caring people from all over the world sharing their lives and working together.”
Voff Bark and Brew, located at 9731 Greenwood Ave N, is a local establishment owned by U-M alum Ryan Matthews. If you’d like to watch Michigan football while your dog gets a chance to play with other canines, you might want to pay a visit. Ryan has TVs, and will be showing the U-M football games.
For more info see the Voff Bark and Brew website.
You may have already heard of Old Stove Brewing. After all, the place is the anchor tenant in the new MarketFront extension to the Pike Place Market, it’s been named the 2018 Best Brewery Taproom in Seattle, and it’s already been featured on the cover of Seattle Met magazine.
The Alumni Association of the University of Michigan (AAUM) has recently updated its website to significantly expand its content for alumni. Here’s my best effort to explain what’s going on.
First off, this will probably work best if you open the alumni.umich.edu site in a separate browser window, so you can follow along as I offer my explanation of what’s new.
Did you know that U-M alumni now have access to Google Apps after they graduate?
See this IT Services page for info:
In order to access these benefits, you will need a U-M uniqname, so if you don’t yet have one, visit this page to request one:
Did you know that you can add our Club Events Calendar to your own personal calendar, so that you’ll always have all of our event details close at hand? Just head on over to our Calendar page, then click on the little orange “iCal” button at the bottom. You should then be prompted to add our calendar to yours. Note that this address has recently changed, so if you did this before, you should probably delete your existing U-M Seattle calendar and then go through the steps described above to re-add it.