Bee Movie Screening

“According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies anyway, because bees don’t care what humans think is impossible.”

Come along to the St John’s College Beekeepers Society screening of Bee Movie at 7pm on the 1st March for an evening of bee-inspired fun – all are welcome, so invite your friends! 

If ya like jazz, ya’ll love this.
Further details can be found here.

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CATS at Clare Formal

Come to CATS @ Clare! A drinks reception with fantastic guest speaker Zeena Beale, followed by formal dinner.

This charity formal is £18, with all profit going to CATS Cambridge, to fund important cancer awareness campaigns.

TOMMOROW is the LAST day to get tickets! BOOK here: 

https://www.tilt.com/tilts/cats-clare-formal

https://www.facebook.com/events/690928984423360/

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ISLAM AND THE STATE

Do you read the paper? Have you heard of the rift between Saudi Arabia and Iran? Concerned about the Syrian conflict and Trump’s Muslim ban? Do you want to learn more on this?

Join the Culture Hub in the College Bar Saturday 25th February 4PM to discuss the connection between Islam and contemporary politics. Drinks covered!

This event is part of the Religion and State series

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Hacking the Future: Cambridge Coding Academy

Imagine creating the next app that can help distribute medicine
in the developing world. Or a programme that can help solve global hunger by
reducing waste. The next great idea will need community involvement but also
mad computing skills. Enter Cambridge Coding Academy: The Khan Academy of
coding! In the third talk of this term, Beyond Profit sits down with the
company to discuss the oncoming coding revolution and how you can get in on the
action and get your coding fix!

Join us for this FREE event on Wed 8th Feb in the
Castlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St. John’s College from 19:00 to 20:00.

https://www.facebook.com/events/730360800457187

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I, Daniel Blake Viewing

St John’s Picturehouse, St John’s Chaplaincy, & St John’s MedSoc present a FREE screening of I, Daniel Blake. 

A British drama in which a 59-year-old joiner, unable to work due to a recent heart attack, befriends a young single mother as they both struggle with the red tape of the British benefits system.

The screening will be followed by commentaries from inter-disciplinary Cambridge academics with real life experiences of food banks in Newcastle. There will also be opportunity for discussion.


Taking place in the Palmerston Room, Fisher Building, St John’s College on 18th February at 15:0017:30, it is not one to miss!
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/304513759950981/

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Cambridge Taiwanese Society Film Festival

The Cambridge Taiwanese Society presents to you our FILM SERIES: A Journey through 21st Century Taiwanese Cinema!
We will be screening an acclaimed film WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES every Friday night (7pm) in February:
– 3/02, Cannot Live Without You
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– 10/02, The Shoe Fairy
– 17/02, Three Times
– 24/02, Yang Yang
in Bowett Room, Queen’s College.

Screenings are FREE AND OPEN TO EVERYONE incl. non-members and refreshments will be provided.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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More Than Honey – Film Screening

Do you love bees? Come along to the St John’s College Beekeepers Society’s next event, a screening of “More Than Honey” by Academy Award-nominated director Markus Imhoof. This documentary explores the lives of honey bees worldwide, asking the question of what a decline in bee populations may mean for the human race. Guaranteed to be a fascinating watch! 


The screening will take place at 8:30pm on Tuesday 29th November in the Main Lecture Theatre of the Divinity School. All are welcome!

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The Larmor Society FREE talk – Quantum Effects in Biological Systems

Our final talk of term will be from Dr Alex Chin, Winton Advanced Research Fellow in the Physics of Sustainability. Dr Chin studies the optimisation of light-harvesting in photosynthesis from a physicist’s perspective, at the Cavendish Laboratory. This
talk is applicable to pretty much all science students, spanning right
from Physicists and Engineers through to Biologists interested in
cellular or whole organism biology. Come along for a chance to wind down
with some end of term scientific discussion, free wine and other
refreshments as always and a chance to network with many other
scientists at various stages in their careers. 
All
colleges and disciplines welcome – bring your friends, the more the
merrier! This will be in the Fisher Building at 6pm on Wednesday 23rd November – check out our Facebook event here.

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The Larmor Society FREE talk – Extending the Range of the Glassy State

Our next talk of term is a must for materials scientists and physicists! Professor A. Lindsay Greer, Head of the School of Physical Sciences is coming to talk to us about transitions
between crystalline and glassy states: the aim is to show that these
are not only of fundamental scientific interest; they have important
practical applications in structures, medicine and information
technology.
Free of charge, free wine and other refreshments available, all
colleges and disciplines welcome – bring your friends, the more the
merrier! This will be in the Castlereagh Room, the Fisher Building at 6pm on Wednesday 9th November – check out our Facebook event here.

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The Larmor Society FREE talk – Arms Races in Nature: Cuckoos vs Hosts

Get ready for the Larmor Society’s third talk of term, on Thursday 3rd November, 6-7pm in the
Castlereagh Room, Fisher Building. Dr Claire Spottiswoode is speaking about coevolutionary “arms races” that arise between brood-parasitic birds and the host species, focussing on her fieldwork in Zambia. Free of charge,
all welcome no matter your academic field, free wine and other refreshments
available! Check out our Facebook event for more info and updates. Bring friends from other colleges along to our
talks too, the more the merrier!

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