- 1 Notes from College
- 2 MCR Events
- 2.1 MCR Term Card
- 2.2 Yoga – Wednesday at 6:00pm
- 2.3 Termly General Meeting – Wednesday at 7:30pm
- 2.4 CHUtalk – Thursday at 6:00pm
- 2.5 LGBTQ+ Games Night – Thursday at 7:30pm
- 2.6 Croquet – Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm
- 2.7 Yoga for Children (adults welcome too!) – Sunday at 4:00pm
- 2.8 Sign-up for MCR tennis
- 2.9 Welfare One-to-One Sessions – Every day
- 3 Around the University
Notes from College
COVID Guidance for All Students
As always, please regularly check the College Coronavirus page for information regarding the Churchill College response to Coronavirus.
Summer rowing at Churchill
Join the long tradition of rowing in Cambridge without having to suffer through cold, early mornings! Whether you’ve never been in a boat before or you’re an experienced rower looking for a nice paddle, rowing over the summer is absolutely fantastic.
Summer rowing aimed at anyone in residence over the summer (or part of the summer), including undergrads, postgrads, postdocs, alumni, friends, and partners. Complete beginners and experienced rowers are all welcome – if enough senior rowers are around, then there is a possibility for a more serious senior boat. Sign up here: https://forms.gle/AyH4CgtB2jPRG5wt9
MCR Term Card
The MCR Term Card is available to view on the MCR website. The MCR Committee has organised lots of exciting events for Easter term! Term card link: http://mcr.chu.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Term-Card-Easter-2021.pdf
Yoga – Wednesday at 6:00pm
Join us for yoga near the stretch tents on Churchill College fields. Anyone is welcome, regardless of your experience level.
Termly General Meeting – Wednesday at 7:30pm
CHUtalk – Thursday at 6:00pm
LGBTQ+ Games Night – Thursday at 7:30pm
Come along and play some free online games with other LGBTQ+ Churchillians, including Among Us and Codenames. Partners and friends are welcome.
Croquet – Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pmEnjoy the beautiful weather we’ve been having by playing one quintessentially summer sport. Equipment (and an explanation of the rules) will be provided so novices and experienced players are equally welcome.
Yoga for Children (adults welcome too!) – Sunday at 4:00pmTo celebrate International Yoga Day’s Wellbeing theme (admittedly one day early but that’s because we’re super keen), the lovely Jaya Dharamdasani is very generously offering her qualified yoga instructor skills and helping us organise a Yoga session for children (and adults are all welcome and will also find it enjoyable!). This will be on Sunday 20th June at 4pm on the playing fields. You will need to bring your own yoga mats. In order to sign up for this event please email email@example.com with your CRSid and the number of people who will be attending. Please provide ages for children.
Sign-up for MCR tennis
Welfare One-to-One Sessions – Every day
The MCR Welfare Team will be running one-to-one welfare sessions in Easter term. MCR members can sign-up here for a one-to-one session. Members can talk to officers about particular issues or have a general chat. Everyone is welcome – whether you are a first year, third year or a partner of a student!
The MCR Welfare Team are aware that lockdown can be very socially isolating, particularly for those living alone. We strongly encourage members to reach out! The MCR Welfare Team are keen to talk to you. We could all do with a chat over a coffee and a cake at the moment!
Members resident in Cambridge can sign-up for an in-person meeting, which will take the form of a walk. Rebecca (Me!) (General Secretary) and Michaela (Treasurer) are available for in-person walks.
Around the University
Paid Virtual Reality Study in the Department of Psychiatry
Earn up to £150 in multi-session MRI study
Earn up to £150 in multi-session MRI study: 2x 2h MRI scans (Addenbrooke’s), 7x 1h sessions performing an online computer-based task. We are currently recruiting for a brain imaging study looking into visual learning mechanisms. If you are interested, right-handed male and also:
- 18-35 years old
- With perfect or corrected-to-normal vision (no other visual defects)
- Without history of neuropsychiatric or neurodevelopmental disorders
- Under no medication
- MRI safe (contact us if unsure)
then please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org using 7T_TUNING as subject. Please note that participation in past experiments in our lab may render you ineligible for this study, please get in touch if in doubt.