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10 Things Every Graduate Student Should Experience
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Grad school shouldn’t be all study, study, study. Here are our suggestions for improving your work-life balance.

1.Crash another department’s event

Staying within your own department can get so insular! Bust out of the tunnel vision and hit a potluck or cocktail hour held by another program – preferably, one that’s vastly different than your own. In med school? Hit up the art school’s tea. Thespians, consider spicing up the economics Ph.D.s’ happy hour with some improv.

2.Crash an undergrad party

“Party? What’s that?” Parties are foreign to you now, but they weren’t when you were an undergrad…which is exactly why you need to go. No, not as the leering grad student creeping on young things – as the sage, elder, learned mentor that you are. Hanging with college students partying can bring a breath of fresh air and a long-forgotten perspective.

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