Cambridge University Eco Racing Are Recruiting

Are you interested in sustainability and cool technology? Do you have what it takes to manage a £500,000 project? Are you a leader?

The Cambridge University Eco Racing team is currently building a 100% solar-powered car that will race in the World Solar Challenge October 2013 – a 3,000 km solar marathon across the Australian outback.


We are currently recruiting for the next race cycle, looking for technical and business leaders. For more information on roles see:

There will be a meeting on Friday 5pm LR5 Engineering Department. RSVP to

CUTAZZ Dance Society

Stressed out with exams? Looking for a fun and healthy way to unwind? Always wanted to dance in Cambridge but didn’t know where to go? Then CUTAZZ is the society for you! We offer weekly dance classes in a range of styles including: tap, jazz, street, contemporary, lyrical and dance aerobics. There’s something for everyone with classes catering to all levels, so whether you’ve been dancing in the West End from the age of two or can’t tell a flick ball change from a pirouette we have a class to suit your needs. No commitment necessary. Just turn up and give it a go!

For more information please visit our website at:

You can also join our Facebook page:

or follow us on twitter:

**CHaOS need student volunteers**

Cambridge Hands-On Science (aka CHaOS) is a student society which aims to show children and families that science can be fun and exciting, and something that they can understand.  We’re now recruiting volunteers for our **2013 Summer Roadshow** – where we take a mini bus of volunteers and a van full of experiments camping around the country for 5 weeks of the summer (**Monday 1st July to Sunday 4th August**), visiting schools and town halls.

**What would I do?**

Most volunteers come on the roadshow with us for around a week.  You’d get to talk to lots of children and families, while playing with fun/noisy/messy science experiments. We’ll show you how these work before letting you have a go for yourself in schools and town halls. In the evening we do sociable stuff, such as bbqs at the beach or our campsite. It’s great fun, great for the experience in engaging the public/your CV, and much better than a week of real work! Coming on the CHaOS Summer Roadshow shouldn’t cost you any more than your time – our sponsorship covers costs such as train tickets to come and meet us + get back home, food and camping.

**Sounds great! How do I sign up?**

You will need fill in our signup form, which you’ll find here:

There’s lots of other information about CHaOS and the experiments on our demonstrator website:

If we’ve missed something, or you just want to find out more, do drop us an email to

The ChaOS Committee

AGM of the General Athletic Club

Thursday 9th from 6.00-7.00 in the Boys Smith Room

The GAC is the body which decides the allocation of funds to all sporting societies within college.

All undergraduates are members are therefore entitled to raise matters for discussion and vote on proposals for the allocation of funding for college sport. If you would like a say in how the college spends money on your sports facilities then you must come along! Every junior member is automatically a member of the GAC and so entitled to vote on the proposed allocation. Members can also use the meeting to raise issues over funding for sports or to request college assistance. The GAC committee is also looking for new junior members to replace those graduating this year. Anyone wanting more information can contact jwb48.

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Riviera Tutors ( is recruiting tutors in all subjects.

Riviera Tutors offers residential tuition placements around the world, with a focus on Monaco and the French Riviera.  Placements vary in length from a few days to those of a year or more.  A strong academic record and teaching experience are mandatory, and CVs should demonstrate good people skills. We are looking for exceptional tutors for these exceptional placements and prospective tutors will be asked to demonstrate their skills at interview.

Please apply via website or by sending a CV and references to

Hearing study – earn £10

Young volunteers (<30 years) with good hearing wanted for an auditory perception study. After successful completion of a short (15-min) hearing screening test, participants are required to discriminate sounds during a 60-min session. Testing takes place in the Hearing Lab of the Department of Psychology (Downing site). Honorarium for the 75-min session is £10.

If interested, please contact: Christian Fullgrabe (


May 4th, 8pm (Trinity College Chapel)

The Cambridge University Italian Society and the Trinity College Music Society are proud to host Massimiliano Motterle, a brilliant Italian pianist for a solo piano recital. Massimiliano’s biography ( features concerts all over the world, and we are very excited to welcome him in Cambridge.


J. S. BACH: Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12

F. CHOPIN: Nocturne in E flat major op.55 n.1

F. CHOPIN: Polonaise op.53

F. LISZT: Funérailles

J. S. BACH: Chaconne (transcription for piano left-hand by J. BRAHMS)



£5 for adults

£3 for students

Free for CU ItSoc and TCMS members.

Tickets are available at the door.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Cambridge Humanities Review Easter 2013

Dear All,

We are pleased to announce that, building on the great success of its last issue in Lent Term (attached to this e-mail) which featured amongst others former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams and Labour peer Maurice Glasman, the Cambridge Humanities Review is seeking submissions for this Easter. The Review was launched to resurrect the spirit and the ambition of the Cambridge Review, a University journal which lasted for over a century and over whose pages such luminaries as Bertrand Russell and Simon Schama once presided.

We will gladly print essays of 1000-2500 words on topics of your own choosing in any area of the arts and humanities, nourished by your own academic research or by any extracurricular interests you may have. Essays should be challenging and detailed, but we ask that they be of interest and accessible to an audience wider than that of the writer’s own individual discipline. Furthermore, we also accept reviews of 1000-2500 words of new academic works or exhibitions and collections based in Cambridge. If you wish to see a list of suggested titles, please visit our website at

All those who wish to receive a free copy of the review are asked to forward their name, college and pigeon-hole number to or log-on to our website. All successful contributors will be fully acknowledged in the printed copy of the review of which we will print several hundreds copies to be distributed throughout the colleges, faculties and departments of Cambridge.

Submissions should be sent to before Saturday the 25th of May.

With best wishes,

Daniel Matore

CHR Editor