Come to the Gordon Cameron Lecture Theatre at 8pm for a screening of the Grand Budapest Hotel! Bring a mug for hot chocolate…
There will be an open JCR committee meeting tonight at 7 and here is the agenda. Come along to witness (and participate in) a real Small Council meeting in action and hear about… well, all of the things in the agenda, but perhaps most entertainingly an update on the CUSU debate!
Check out this week’s installment of Billy Bulletin. This week in a Song of Ice and Fitz, the Small Council find themselves forced to discuss two equally distasteful topics: CUSU and condoms.
There are also other exciting things, like the continuing list of opportunities for working/performing at May Balls…
On Friday next week, at 7:30pm, Afrinspire and CamEAS (Cambridge University Eastern African Society) bring you a charity formal, right here in Fitz. There’ll be East African food, a raffle and even some live music in the bar afterwards. A perfect warm-up to Fitz Up Look Sharp?
Tickets for Fitz students cost £13 and can be booked in the normal way – booking closes on Wednesday. Join the facebook event page and find out about the charities benefiting from this formal.
Come to the Gordon Cameron Lecture Theatre at 6pm this Wednesday 28th to hear a talk from Professor Hagan Bayley from the University of Oxford and Oxford Nanopore Technologies, about his new method for identifying molecules such as DNA and RNA. A drinks reception follows.
See the facebook event here.
The latest meeting minutes have now been uploaded here. Check out the scathing update on CUSU…
Here you go! Watch out for Fitz’n’chips this Tuesday.
The JCR will be meeting tonight (in the JCR aka Walter Grave Room) at 18:30. All are welcome, to come and be a part of the discussion or if you wish to raise something yourself. The agenda for the meeting is here.
The latest Billy Bulletin is now available to view here. “A Song of Ice and Fitz” begins in earnest, with a brief account of the first council meeting (the intrigue begins already… when will the plots and treason?), and the usual goings-on are reported in “A View from the ‘Bridge”, including some auditions and job opportunities for May Balls. The Bursar shares his thoughts in “Nanny State”.
The sherry reception begins at 7.30pm in Upper Hall to be followed by dinner which is moved to 8pm. The Ceilidh is free to everyone and will start from 9.15pm onwards in Upper Hall 2 assuming dinner has finished by then.
Short, sweet and to the point.