Marshall Ball

***BUY YOUR TICKET TO THE MARSHALL BALL NOW!!! (4th December 2013)***

Tickets are selling fast for the Marshall Society Ball, the flagship event of the society, which promises to be an absolutely fantastic night.

OPEN TO ALL (you don’t have to be an economist to come!), this year’s ball will be on Wednesday 4th December at The Guildhall, so come and celebrate the end of term with us!

 

Things to look forward to…..

~UNLIMITED drinks, candy floss, popcorn and pick n mix

~FREE entry into Fez ALL NIGHT and a FREE shot when you arrive

~Fantastic ents: dance machine, photo booth, casino, massages and MORE

 

Tickets are only £30 for members, and £35 for non members. GET YOURS NOW!

http://marshallball.co.uk/buy-tickets.php

 

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1425459164349164/

Larmor Society talk

Getting intimate with HIV

Professor Andrew Lever

Ever since it was first documented in 1981, HIV and its deadly consequence, AIDS, has been elusive of a cure, defying the efforts of medical research for more than 30 years. Professor Lever’s group in the Department of Medicine conducts research on how HIV packages its genetic material. Could this shed some light on how to hinder the processes that make HIV one of the most prolific killers known to man?

6pm, 27th November

Dirac room, Fisher Building, St John’s College

Drinks and refreshments after the talk

CUWO and CUPE concert this Thursday

Thursday 28th November 2013, 8pm

West Road Concert Hall

 

Bernstein Candide Overture

Copland Quiet City

Siegfried Fink Zulu Welcome

Jim Casella Katraterra

Copland An Outdoor Overture

Hindemith Symphony in B-flat

 

Cambridge University Wind Orchestra

Cambridge University Percussion Ensemble

 

Benedict Collins-Rice conductor

 

Tickets £10 (£8 concessions), £3 Students

 

Booking: http://www.adcticketing.com/whats-on/cums/cums-cambridge-university-wind-orchestra-performs-bernstein-and-copland.aspx

YOU can run for Cambridge in Varsity this Saturday

Varsity 2nds-4ths takes place this Saturday 30th November. The Men’s 2nds/3rds and Women’s 2nds have been selected but anyone, regardless of ability or experience, can run in the 4ths/3rds which will help defeat Oxford! The races are taking place at Shotover Park in Oxford, CUHH has paid for the coaches to take us there and back.

The timetable is:

8.00am Meet at Queen’s Backs to catch coach to Oxford. Call Paul Hodgson on 07791569312 if you’re running over 10 minutes late. 

We’ll arrive in Oxford around 11-11.30, then drive to Shotover for the races (Men: 8k, Women: 6k):
1:00 – 27th Ladies’ Seconds
1:05 – 23rd Ladies’ Thirds (Mob Match)
1:55 – 66th Gentlemen’s Seconds
2:00 – 59th Gentlemen’s Thirds
2:45 – 52nd Gentlemen’s Fourths (mob match)

After this race we’ll return to Iffley Road for some refreshments and showers. Then…

5.00 – One coach leaves Oxford for Cambridge
7.00 – Afterparty etc.

Midnight – the other coach returns to Cambridge

If you want to run, please fill this form in https://docs . google . com/forms/d/19iB6ky1DFnmSv5xoyjwtm0g-lWAHQtllLXPLxmTYoVk/edit.

Any questions, email jw681.

Recorder Concert in Christ’s Chapel this Saturday 1pm

The Cambridge University Recorder Ensemble (CURE) in collaboration with Christ’s College Music Society (CCMS) are putting on a wonderful concert this coming Saturday. Featuring music by Bob Berry, Quantz, Lefébure-Wely and more! Come and discover the beauty of recorder music – it is a free concert, with refreshments afterwards. We look forward to seeing you at 1pm in Christ’s College Chapel on Saturday.

Deloitte Micro Tyco University Challenge

Deloitte Micro Tyco University Challenge

How much impact can you make?

It’s time to unleash your inner entrepreneur. Take on our enterprise challenge to showcase your money-making prowess and prove that profit doesn’t have to be a dirty word. The hungrier you are for profit, the more funding will go to help micro-entrepreneurs in the developing world work their way out of poverty. Success could earn you a work placement at Deloitte, or even an overseas trip to see the money you create put to life-changing use.

www.deloitte.co.uk/microtyco

Careers in Audit Tax Consulting Corporate Finance Technology

Poster: Deloitte Entrepreneur Challenge

RAG

Hi everyone!

Here what is happening with Cambridge RAG over the last weeks of term.

1. Jailbreak is coming!

– 36 hours. No money. 1 goal: Escape from Cambridge as far as you can. How far will you go?

– Cambridge’s Charity Hitchhike Event will take place on the weekend of the 24th January 2014.

– Sign ups have now opened online! Visit http://www.cambridgerag.org.uk/jailbreak/

For more information visit the facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/camjailbreak2014?fref=ts or email president@cambridgerag.org.uk

2. Candygrams

– RAG’s premier annual candy delivering service is back!

– Order candycanes online (with an optional message) to be delivered to your friends, crush or foes at any college

– £1.50 for 1 and no message, £2 for 1 with a message and don’t miss out on our special deal of £10 for 6 candycanes with messages!

– Visit http://www.cambridgerag.org.uk/candygrams/ to order yours now!

3. Big Night In at the Union

– Join RAG in the Blue Room of the Cambridge Union **this Sunday 1st December** at 7:30pm for a night of Christmas comfort!

– There will be a movie screening of Love Actually

– There will be a raffle and prizes to be won by a lucky few!

– Don’t miss the FREE FOOD on offer

– Come along in your best Christmas jumper or onesie for extra comfort!

– Tickets £3 on the door

4. Movember Competition

– RAG is supporting Movember by launching our very own competition for best ‘tache!

– Enter to win a mystery prize (to be revealed!)

– To enter, or to find out more information, join our facebook event https://www.facebook.com/events/255786694568806/?fref=ts

We hope to see you there!

RAG Publicity Team 2013-2014

 

 

TRINITY COLLEGE SCIENCE SOCIETY PRESENTS…

JAMES JACKSON

The Trinity College Science Society is pleased to welcome James Jackson on the 2nd of December in the Winstanley Lecture Theatre at Trinity College.

James Jackson’s talk will be on the topic of tsunamis and how the recent tsunamis and earthquakes of 2004 (Sumatra) and 2012 (Japan) and how these earthquakes help shed light on previous natural disasters with unprecedented detail like the Mediterranean tsunami of AD365 and the Orphan tsunami of 1700 in Japan.

Talk begins 6:15pm

All talks are free and refreshments are provided.

TRINITY COLLEGE SCIENCE SOCIETY PRESENTS…

PROFESSOR PETER ATKINS

The Trinity College Science Society is pleased to welcome Prof. Peter Atkins on the 26th of November in the Old Combination Room at Trinity College.

Professor Peter Atkins’ talk, “Much Ado About Nothing,” will address the origins of the universe and the need for scientist to answer the crucial question of how something may arise from absolute nothing. Professor Peter Atkins believes this to be the most important question; that if answered makes science absolute and complete.

Talk begins 6:15pm

Sponsorers

http://www.gresearch.co.uk

Work at the St. John’s College May Ball 2014

In the first week of Lent term we will be opening applications to work at the St. John’s College May Ball 2014. We are looking to hire workers for a range of positions requiring different levels of experience, and workers will compensated with either cash payments or discounted tickets. If this opportunity interests you please be ready to apply at the start of next term, when we will advertise the full range of positions available and what will be required – we look forward to hearing from you.

Contact Victoria (vg281).