College Bar Opening Times

The college bar will now be unlocked from 10am every morning so that if you wish to work in there, or socialise, you can use the space during the morning. The bar will still begin service at 12:30pm as usual, and the bar staff have asked that if you are using the bar in the mornings you keep it tidy so they do not have extra work when they arrive at lunchtime!

St John’s College Classical Society Lent 2017 Event

St John’s College Classical Society would like to invite you to attend its Lent 2017 Event on Thursday 9th March. Leading writer and Classicist Dr Daisy Dunn will be coming in to speak about the life and poems of Catullus – a well-known Latin poet, famed for having written some of the seamiest erotic poems in history. Her talk should appeal to all those with an interest in poetry, literature or history.

Details:

Time: 6pm Thursday 9th March

Venue: Teaching Room 1, Old Divinity School

Admission: free

We hope to see many of you there!

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Sully // SJPH

This week: The story of Chesley Sullenberg, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight’s passengers and crew.

£4
7pm & 10 pm – Sunday 26th of February 
Palmerston Room, Fisher Building


Join the Facebook event. Like SJPH here. To see this term’s films click here. Join our mailing list here.

Next Week: Hackshaw Ridge

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Funkytown Ent!

On Saturday John’s Ents are back for our second event of term, and we are taking you back to the 60s and 70s with our Funkytown Theme!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1221915371191276/
What to expect:
  • UV lights + UV paint
  • A podium!
  • 60s/70s bangers & the standard ents tunes
  • Free beer pong from 9-10:30pm
  • Drinks all £2 or two for £3
  • £1 entry
  • Prizes for the best costumes
  • Inflatable guitars, afro wigs and more…
For the first time ever, alongside cash and card, the JCR is offering the option to pay for your entry and drinks using Tilt!
You can find the JCR on Tilt by searching for ‘St. John’s College JCR’.
We’re also giving you the option to pay for your entry in advance using Tilt, and if you Tilt the JCR £1 with the reference of ‘Funkytown Entry’ before midday on Saturday then we will deliver an ents wristband to your pigeon hole and give you a free drink when you arrive at the ent!

Funkytown Ent!

On Saturday John’s Ents are back for our second event of term, and we are taking you back to the 60s and 70s with our Funkytown Theme!
https://www.facebook.com/events/1221915371191276/
What to expect:
  • UV lights + UV paint
  • A podium!
  • 60s/70s bangers & the standard ents tunes
  • Free beer pong from 9-10:30pm
  • Drinks all £2 or two for £3
  • £1 entry
  • Prizes for the best costumes
  • Inflatable guitars, afro wigs and more…
For the first time ever, alongside cash and card, the JCR is offering the option to pay for your entry and drinks using Tilt!
You can find the JCR on Tilt by searching for ‘St. John’s College JCR’.
We’re also giving you the option to pay for your entry in advance using Tilt, and if you Tilt the JCR £1 with the reference of ‘Funkytown Entry’ before midday on Saturday then we will deliver an ents wristband to your pigeon hole and give you a free drink when you arrive at the ent!

The Larmor Society – Biomedical physics: a close-up of cancer.

The Larmor Society’s final public talk of term is this Wednesday at 6pm in the Fisher Building, from Dr Sarah Bohndiek, discussing her work using physics in cancer research. A truly interdisciplinary talk, this is not one to miss. All colleges and disciplines welcome, free wine and other refreshments available! Check out the Facebook event for more details.

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Passengers // SJPH

This week: A spacecraft traveling to a distant colony planet and transporting thousands of people has a malfunction in its sleep chambers. As a result, two passengers are awakened 90 years early.

£4
7pm & 10 pm – Sunday 19th of February
Palmerston Room, Fisher Building


Join the Facebook event here. Like SJPH here. To see this term’s films click here. Join our mailing list here.

Next Week: La La Land

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Star Wars: Rogue One // SJPH

This week: The Rebel Alliance makes a risky move to steal the plans for the Death Star, setting up the epic saga to follow.


£4
7pm & 10 pm – Sunday 5th of February
Palmerston Room auditorium, Fisher Building

Join the Facebook event here. Like SJPH here. To see this term’s films click here. Join our mailing list here.

Next Week: Passengers

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Liz Fraser on your Mental Health – 7pm Sunday Feb 5th, John’s Bar

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Freaking out yet??

Don’t worry, you probably will be soon.

Luckily, Cambridge Alumna, writer, broadcaster, stand-up and creator of the
incredible new website Headcase, Liz Fraser, is coming to St John’s to talk to
YOU about your head. . .and not losing it.

This talk is NOT a mental health ‘talk’ – it’s a relaxed, lively, funny and
totally approachable event, for everyone. So come down to the bar, grab a drink
and enjoy!

Check out her fabulous website here: www.inmyheadcase.com

www.liz-fraser.com