MCR Gazette / Easter Week 1

Hello everyone,

So here we are at the start of a new term! I hope your breaks were great. We’re kicking off the semester with the annual Conference on Everything and the Advanced Students’ Dinner this Saturday, and there are plenty of other events coming up. Keep an eye on your pigeonholes for the Easter term card, and welcome back!

Alexis

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Graduate Accommodation 2014-15

The Graduate Rooms Ballot is coming right up (for more information, visit http://mcr.chu.cam.ac.uk/about/rooms-ballot-2014/).

NOTE: The links to the ballot entry forms will not work until the ballots open.

1) The Group Ballot will open at 8:30am tomorrow April 21st and will close at 4pm on Wed April 23rd. EACH member of the group will need to complete the form separately, and only the group leader will be able to select a choice of houses. — NOW CLOSED

2) The Individual Ballot will open at 8:30am next Mon April 28th and will close at 4pm on Wed April 30th. It is important to check the revised list that the rooms you are interested in are actually being put in the Ballot.

http://mcr.chu.cam.ac.uk/about/rooms-ballot-2014/individual-ballot-entry-form/

Any further questions about the Rooms Ballot should be directed to the TAS office or me.

CUSU Women’s Campaign

A message from CUSU:

CambridgeSpeaksOut

CUSU Women’s Campaign has already presented a Paper in various Committees last term asking the University to address sexual harassment and sexual violence in the University, and the CambridgeSpeaksOut Survey’s purpose is to gather information from Cambridge students.

Please take a moment to fill it in:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BZTCGVY

Regardless of whether or not you have experienced any kind of sexual violence or harassment, your answers will help us to understand and deal with issues of sexual violence in Cambridge. The evidence from this survey will be used to campaign for better policies and support for students who have experienced sexual harassment and violence in the University and improve the safety of students.

This survey can be completed entirely confidentially. We don’t need your name or any other information that could be used to identify you. The results will be published anonymously in Varsity Newspaper at the beginning of Easter Term. If you have further questions about the data being published please leave your contact details at the end of the survey.

Thank you for your time and participation.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries,

Best Wishes,

Lauren

Lauren Steele

Women’s Officer
Cambridge University Students’ Union
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