Trinity Mall Ball Worker Applications

“Trinity May Ball is one of the most impressive Cambridge Balls, and is now recruiting for 2019! Our workers are the backbone of this large-scale operation, and we are looking for charismatic and motivated people to join our team and create an exciting atmosphere for guests and workers alike! 
Experience is not necessary, but all roles do require diligence and the desire to work as part of a team. Good applicants will be invited to interview, and impressive applicants will be invited to interview for leadership and managerial roles. Interviews will be held at the end of Michaelmas and during Lent Term. 
To apply, visit www.trinityball.co.uk, go to the ‘Ticketing Portal’, set up a profile, select ‘Apply to Work’ and fill in the quick (<5 min) form! For more information, contact personnel@trinityball.co.uk
Put in your application as soon as possible as we’ll soon be arranging interviews!’

We are Donors

We Are Donors Cambridge: Organ donation awareness event
“I have received the most amazing gift from somebody I never met and never will… Her heart is beating inside me and will power the life ahead of me, from my smallest steps to my wildest dreams.”
Golpira Mirzazadeh suffered from a heart disease for 14 years, eventually being prevented from leading a normal life. She was given the gift of life when a stranger donated her heart, and now she is helping raise awareness about organ donation.
Join us for an evening talk and Q&A session with Golpira to hear more of her story and learn what it’s like to live with someone else’s heart beating in your chest.
https://www.facebook.com/events/1045593778954922/
**Wine and snacks will be provided**
Thursday 22nd November, 18:30
Cavonius Centre, Harvey Court, West Road, CB3 9DS

CHOP + SfGH collection for Jimmy\’s

As part of an ongoing theme on “Homelessness and Health”, Students for Global Health Cambridge along with the Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme are collecting items for Jimmy’s over the winter period. A collection box for donations can be found in the JCR; items on their wish list include toiletries, hats/scarves/gloves/socks/underwear, sleeping bags, chocolate/sweets, tea, coffee and snacks, but a complete list can be found on the collection box. Please donate generously – we will be taking donations to Jimmy’s on Sunday 25th November so you have until then to donate!

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Sports Results

Week 6

FOOTBALL

 

The women’s team beat Newnham 3-0 away. The goals came
from Eva Dema, Liv Dadge and Lucy Carson. The score line didn’t accurately
reflect the dominance of the John’s/King’s side as their keeper made some good
saves. The woman of the match was Lucy Carson for continually testing the
Newnham defence with brilliant breakthrough runs on the wing.

 

Next match: Second Round Cuppers
against Pembroke 11:45am Saturday 17th on John’s pitches

 

Training: 4pm Thursday 15th on John’s
pitches

The men’s First team lost to Jesus in
the second round of Cuppers in an agonising game where nothing went Johns’ way. The next game is this weekend at home to
Selwyn.

Despite entering the second half at
0-0 and conceding 2 within the first 10 minutes, John’s IIIs came back with a
marvellous performance to run out 9-3 winners in the second round of the cup
against Robinson IIIs and progress through the quarter finals. Both Adil Lakha
and John Perry take the men of the match vote for brilliant individual
performances. Next weekend we face Pembroke IIIs in the league, please contact
Ryan Walker (rgw39) if you are interested in playing.

 

 

FRISBEE

The St. John’s Ultimate Frisbee team
recorded their opening win of the season on Sunday, beating Chrembroke House 10
– 5. A good performance from this term’s new recruits this, the only loss was a
frisbee that had a stud put through it.

 

If interested in trying frisbee, training is on Wednesday at 2pm. Email Alfie Curry (ac2064) for details.

 

VOLLEYBALL

In the first match of the league
Johns beat Jesus 3-2 in a very close fought match.

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Sports Results

Week 4

FOOTBALL

The St John’s 1st
XI faced Pembroke I in a top of the table clash this weekend. Despite dominating
possession and having about 50 shots on target, Pembroke’s clinical finishing meant
that they converted their 3 shots on target to win 3-1. The team face Jesus away
in the Second Round of Cuppers this weekend in what will be the biggest game of
term.

 

SQUASH

 

The unbeaten Johns
squash team had another convincing win this week against Girton.

 

Send in your
results to services@sjcjcr.com
by Sunday evening to be featured!

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Antimicrobial resistance panel event

Students for Global Health Cambridge are hosting a panel event on Tuesday 13th November for Antimicrobial Resistance Awareness Week 2018 – join us in the Lightfoot Room from 6.30-8.00pm to hear from a panel of experts about the present and future of antimicrobial resistance! Refreshments will be available afterwards. More details, including speaker profiles, on the Facebook event.

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Full Committee Roles

The roles available for election are:

·       
Vice-President

·       
Academic affairs

·       
Ents

·       
Equal opportunities

·       
Ethical and Charitable affairs

·       
Facilities

·       
Publicity

·       
Sports Services and Societies

·       
Treasurer

·       
Male & Non-binary welfare officer

·       
Female & Non-binary welfare officer

(These roles are
subject to change slightly in content based on the wishes of the incoming
president)

The timetable for these elections can be found below:

Informal
Discussions regarding the roles

10/11/18
– 13/11/18

Nominations Open

09:00
13/11/18

Nominations Close

23:59
15/11/18

Deadline for manifestos

09:00
16/11/18

Campaigning Begins

10:00
16/11/18

Hustings

19:00
16/11/18

Voting Opens

08:00
18/11/18

Voting Closes

18:00
18/11/18

Results announced by

18:30
18/11/18

 

 

President Elections

Informal
Discussions regarding the role

04/11/18
– 07/11/18

Nominations Open

09:00
06/11/18

Nominations Close

23:59
07/11/18

Deadline for manifestos

09:00
08/11/18

Campaigning Begins

10:00
08/11/18

Hustings

19:00
08/11/18

Voting Opens

08:00
10/11/18

Voting Closes

18:00
10/11/18

Results announced by

18:30
10/11/18

Oxford Summer Courses

Passionate about education and keen to hear an inspiring talk? Interested in finding out more about Oxford Summer Courses and taking the first steps to work with us during the summer? Been part of our team in the past and want a chance to catch up with old colleagues? Join us at our office at Eagle Labs (28 Chesterton Road) on the 19th of November for what promises to be a great evening!”


https://oxfordsummercourses-networking-cambridge2018.eventbrite.co.uk