Tickets – £80

Applications now open to work at the Trinity Hall June Event!

Earn £50/£60 for a night’s work at the Trinity Hall June Event, Wednesday 19th June, event 9-3, as an area supervisor, food & drink worker, recycling worker or security worker.

Details are on the website: with applications open NOW – 20th February.

Any questions, please send my way:


RAG presents… Open Mic Night

RAG presents… Open Mic Night

Are you a musician and want to get your music out there? Or just fancy an evening of great acts, cheap drinks and central heating? Either way, come along to RAG’s Open Mic Night in the Union bar.

Buy discounted tickets online:

Members £3

Non-members £4

Or tickets on the door:

Members £3.50

Non-members £4.50

Doors open at 8pm.

Call for participants

Let’s Tally! Call Real-Time Polls with your Friends and Help Us with a Study!

We would like to invite you to participate in a pilot study on social influence in real-time, social opinion polls. So we’ve developed a web app and we’re looking for a crowd of people to give it a spin in their cliques.

You can use “Let’s Tally!” with your friends to rate or vote just about anything – in real time. You can use it to decide where to have lunch, which dungeon to raid, or to find the most popular blockbusters in your clique. It’s a bit like doodle, but much more flexible. It’s handy, free to use, and gives you full control over your data. And of course we’re hoping that as many people as possible will sometimes quickly answer the questions after closing the poll. So if you’re willing to help us out with a scientific study, and if you’d like our help in figuring out where to meet your crew, please sign up with your friends at

We kindly ask you to accept our website’s temporary certificate, since purchasing a professional certificate is not covered by our research grant.


Contact: If you have any questions regarding Let’s Tally or our study, please do feel free to get in touch with Dr. Tobias Berka at

Study Participation: Participants under the age of 18 require parental/care consent to use the service and participate in the study. The study will run from 30th of January to 17th of April, 2013. Participation is voluntary and participants may withdraw at any time by disabling their profile and/or deleting all associated data.

Ethical Approval: The ethics committee of the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge has approved this study.

Confidentiality and Use of Data: All data provided by the participants will be stored securely on a web server and database operated by and within the premises of the Computer Laboratory of the University of Cambridge. The data will only be used to provide the web application, and in anonymized form for statistical analysis. Beyond the usual operation of the web application, the data set will not be released to anyone outside of the research team. Please consult our website for a more detailed description.

Information about Hall tickets

Some information about Hall tickets

  1. On any day there are 190 tickets available, 180 for Hall, 10 for guest table, except Tuesday and Friday when there are 110 tickets available for Hall, 70 for BA table and 10 for guest table.
  2. Guest Table. The booking cut off for Guest Table will be to 2 days before at 2pm (eg Wednesday 2.00pm for Friday Guest Table). Tickets not used on Guest Table will be made available on the system as soon as possible to Hall (on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday) and BA table (on Tuesday and Friday).
  3. Hall/BA table tickets. Unbooked tickets will be released on demand after 2pm, 2 days before.  The student must come in to the catering office and purchase their tickets immediately as the system can only be amended for a short time and then changed back to avoid affecting future dates.

BA table tickets are basically tickets that are reserved for grads on Tuesdays and Fridays – but if there are still some available 2 days before, undergrads can book them by going to the catering office.

Also, you can now cancel tickets bought on Upay up to 2.00 the day before Hall.

Win £25 worth of Amazon vouchers!

The Laboratory for Affect, Risk and Gambling Experiments (LARGE) is looking for students to complete a short personality questionnaire about emotional behaviour. All respondents will be entered into a draw for two £25 amazon vouchers. Some respondents will be invited to attend a second laboratory session in the Department of Psychology (on Downing Street, Cambridge), for which they would be financially compensated. Please click on this link to take the brief survey and be entered into the draw:

Reinvention: Transform and retell the stories you thought you knew.

This workshop will focus on exploring how well-known material can be a source of inspiration and new ideas. From new adaptations of myths and fairytales, to creative approaches to translated texts and visual stimuli, we will discover how nothing is fixed, and everything is up for reinterpretation. We will look at how artists and writers can work together to create new forms of art, playing with structure and genre, and blurring the boundaries between past and present.

Artists should bring a sketchbook, paper and pens as materials will not be supplied.

PLACES ARE LIMITED so email to book – please confirm whether you are a writer or an artist in the subject

Saturday 2nd February, 1pm-3pm, Trinity College Old Combination Room, in conjunction with Trinity College Literary Society

JSoc Ball 2013

The Cambridge University Jewish Society Spring Ball, *Amazonia*, will be held on March 10th 2013. It should be a great night!


Location: to be announced

Description: “Explore the Jungle at the JSoc Ball! Buy your ticket now, and on the 10th of March, join us as we journey into the unknown. In the best tradition of Cambridge balls, there will be brilliant and varied ents, tasty food and great atmosphere. It will be a night to remember! Visit our website to book, or get in contact if you have any questions.”


Twitter: @JsocBall

Trinity Hall June Event launch party and employment applications

This year’s Trinity Hall June Event will be launching in style on Wednesday 30th January.

Come along from 8pm to the FREE launch party at Hidden Rooms on Jesus Lane to buy your tickets.

Standard tickets: £80

Queue Jump tickets: £92

There are limited numbers of QUEUE JUMP TICKETS so arrive early to avoid disappointment.

On Wednesday 30th January, let us give you a taste of the June Event – the most fun night of May Week!

Not only will you be finding out this year’s very exciting THEME, there will be drinks deals and THEMED COCKTAILS to get you in the party mood.


***SHOTS FOR £1***

Make a night of it! We hope to see you all there.

Applications open on 31st JANUARY to work at the Trinity Hall June Event (Wednesday 19th June 2013) []

There are five roles open to workers this year: area supervisor, food & drink, recycling, security and steward. Only steward is available on a half-on/half-off basis with priority given to Trinity Hall students for this position. The other positions are worked for the full-night with area supervisors and recycling workers paid £60; and food & drink and security workers paid £50.

Please email Kerry at separately to apply for an area supervisor position. You must have experience of this kind of work to apply for one of the five supervisor positions, please detail this in your email.

Applications close on Wednesday 20th February.

Dr Hermann Hauser: Lessons from the Cambridge Cluster

On 14th February, we are pleased to welcome Dr Herman Hauser, CBE FREng FRS, and one of the most respected entrepreneur, high-tech investor and innovator in Silicon Fen. This is promised to be an enlighten evening with Dr Hauser sharing with us his many insights, on the success and failure stories of the Cambridge High-Tech Cluster, and what we can learn from it as the next generation to come. Register now to avoid disappointment.

About Dr Hermann Hauser

After finishing a Physics PhD at Cambridge, Dr Hermann Hauser co-founded Acorn Computer in 1978 with Chris Curry. From Acorn, he then helped spun out one of the most successful microprocessor company in the world, ARM Computers, which has a 90 per cent market share of the mobile phone market. Throughout his career, he has co-founded and helped started more than 20 companies, including ATML, Cambridge Network, and Amadeus Capital Partners, a Venture Capital Firm that has invested in high profile companies such as Cambridge Silicon Radio, Solexa, and Icera.

Date: Thursday, 14th February, 2013

Time: 6pm-7pm, follow by drinks reception and network (Registration starting at 5.30pm)

Location: Auditorium, Robinson College, Grange Road, CB3 9AN

To attend, please register at:

This event is jointly organised by Cambridge University Technology & Enterprise Club, and Cambridge University Austrian Society

Volunteering in Kenya and Tanzania, Summer 2013

This is the third year in a row that we have organised volunteering

opportunities for Cambridge students in Kenya and Tanzania. Read on to find

out how you can get involved!

The projects:

In Kenya, volunteers would work with Maji Mazuri, a charity that runs

several projects in Nairobi. You could work in a preschool and nursery,

with orphans, in a school, on a farm, on a life skills project, help with a

micro-finance loans project, or volunteer at a sports and drama group for

local teenagers.

In Tanzania, there is the opportunity to volunteer at Mvumi Secondary

School, helping to teach lessons, run English conversation classes and

organise extra-curricular activities. Check out the school’s website for

more information about the school, and why volunteering there is both

important and highly enjoyable.

No experience necessary. For more information email Richard Morris on or Rachel Lindley on