The college and the MCR committee relies on your feedback to ensure we’re meeting all the needs of our important members. So I’d like to take this opportunity to remind you about several surveys that are currently running:
- The annual student satisfaction survey is run by the college to gauge the effectiveness of the college’s facilities.
- We also are interested in student experiences with dining in hall, and encourage you to submit your comments.
- Sonke and Jan, your new Academic Officers, are collecting feedback on academic events.
- Finally, Mike Kang, your new Equipment Officer, invites you to submit your ideas for new equipment that the MCR could purchase.
We really appreciate any feedback that we receive and thank you for spending some time to let us know your thoughts.
Have an excellent week!
- 1 Cambridge Hub: Social Impact Internship (Nov 18)
- 2 International Student Focus Groups (Nov 19-21)
- 3 Cambridge Improv Festival (Nov 20-23)
- 4 Cambridge Bubble – Charity Comedy Evening (Nov 21)
- 5 Costello Medical Consulting Careers Evening (Nov 21)
- 6 CUSS Talk: Sikhism, Atheism & Science (Nov 27)
- 7 Linguistics Teaching Opportunity / March 2014 (Deadline Nov 28)
Cambridge Hub: Social Impact Internship (Nov 18)
Cambridge Hub will be holding an information evening on Monday 18th November at 6.30pm where you can find out if the Social Impact Internship Scheme is for you; learn more about what you can gain by being part of the scheme, how it works and hear from some of this summer’s interns. Facebook event here: http://on.fb.me/1e3zk7R
More information about the scheme is available on the Cambridge Hub website: http://www.
International Student Focus Groups (Nov 19-21)
The University of Cambridge International Student Team and the Graduate Union International Officers are actively searching for international members of our student community to take part in “focus group discussions” on how to improve academic and socials aspects of international student experience at the University of Cambridge.
Each hour-long group interview (max 10 people) will take place at the 17 Mill Lane Graduate Union Lounge, 12PM and 7PM on the 19th, 20th and 21st of November. By filling out the short form below you will be entered into a list of potential interviewees to be involved in this historic process, and the selected individuals will be notified on Sunday, the 17th of November (refreshments will be provided).
We would like to thank you all in advance for your participation, help and support. If you have any ideas/comments/suggestions, but cannot make it to the focus groups, please e-mail Anna Maxim at Anna.Maxim@admin.cam.ac.uk
Deniz Vatansever and Girija Godbole (Graduate Union International Office)
Anna Maxim and Catherine Fage (International Student Team)
Cambridge Improv Festival (Nov 20-23)
The Cambridge Impronauts are proud to present the 2013 Cambridge Improv Festival. Each night from Wednesday 20th – Saturday 23rd November, the Impronauts will challenge a different improv troupe to a battle of wits, japes and saying silly words.
Our dastardly rivals will be:
- Wednesday 20th: Town vs. Gown – The Underground Players
- Thursday 21st: Town vs. Gown – Cambridge Improv Factory
- Friday 22nd: Varsity – The Oxford Imps
- Saturday 23rd: 10th Anniversary Reunion Show – Improvised Comedy Ents and Impronauts alumni
All shows are at 7pm at the Howard Theatre in Downing College, and cost £4 for students. For the dedicated festival goer, we’re offering a festival pass ticket for £7 (students), which will give you entry into every show in the festival!
For more details, see our Facebook event. https://www.facebook.
To reserve tickets: http://www.
Sunday 17th, 8pm, FREE!
The Wolfson Theatre, Churchill College
Cambridge Bubble – Charity Comedy Evening (Nov 21)
WHO KEEPS TABS ON THE TAB?
8pm, Thursday 21st November
Judith E. Wilson Studio, English Faculty, Sidgwick site
Cambridge’s premier award-pending satirical website, The Cambridge Bubble, brings you an evening of the best student comedy that money can buy. Except you don’t need money – we’re giving it away! We will be collecting donations for charity however.
Featuring names such as CHRIS PAGE, HARRY WRIGHT, ADRIAN GRAY and BHARGAV NARANAYAN, for one night only WHO KEEPS TABS ON THE TAB? is an exploration of whistle-blowing, phone-hacking and press freedom through the medium of sketches and stand-up sets that have little or nothing to do with the above themes.
Costello Medical Consulting Careers Evening (Nov 21)
If you are interested in finding out more about careers in medical communications and the work of Costello Medical Consulting we would like to invite you to our upcoming events.
- Presentation Evening, with wine and nibbles
7:30pm Thursday 21st November, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
- Open Afternoon, with mulled wine and mince pies
4:00pm Thursday 5th December, City House, Hills Road, Cambridge
Spaces are limited, so please register you interest by email (recruitment@costellomedical.
Please see the attached poster for more information
CUSS Talk: Sikhism, Atheism & Science (Nov 27)
Wednesday, 27 November, 19:30 – 21:00;
Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College.
The Cambridge University Sikh Society in collaboration with Anglia Ruskin University Sikh Society is delighted to welcome guest speaker, Jagraj Singh, from Basics of Sikhi, to speak on ‘Sikhsim, Atheism & Science’.
The talk will be structured around the main arguments proposed by Atheists against religion and also looks into how the Sikh philosophy can counter them. It will also touch upon how religion fits in amongst modern day science. A fantastic talk particularly relevant to all who take an interest in religion or philosophy.
For more information:
Linguistics Teaching Opportunity / March 2014 (Deadline Nov 28)
See the flyer for information about a teaching opportunity with Reach Cambridge.