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TONIGHT – 6:30pm – Fitz History Society first event of term

TONIGHT: ‘And So As By Fire: The Crises and Contraction of the North American YMCA’s ‘Foreign Work’ in China, 1923-1937′

The Fitzwilliam History Society will be holding its first event of the term tonight at 6.30pm in the Gordon Cameron Lecture Theatre at Fitzwilliam College.

We are delighted to welcome Dr John Heavens of Clare College. Dr Heavens plans to discuss his completed book proposal on the YMCA’s work in China.

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Graduate Study Information Evening – Tomorrow (Monday) – 7pm

INTERESTED IN GRADUATE STUDIES? CONCERNED ABOUT FUNDING?

Come along to a session on the graduate application process at Cambridge, and various funding opportunities available for graduate studies in Fitzwilliam College. Get a chance to meet current graduate students who have stayed on after their undergraduate degrees at Fitz.

Led by Dr Bhaskar Vira, Graduate Tutor. Date: Monday 13 October. Time: 19:00 to 20:00. Venue: Gordon Cameron Theatre

Followed by refreshments in Wilson Court.


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It’s BILLY DAY!

Today is Billy Day! Get down to O Road playing fields this afternoon:

12pm: rugby match starts; 1-3: Billy Day; 2pm: football friendly kicks off
Netball also on this afternoon.

Billy Day is the day for the annual sports day, known round these parts as Billy Day. The times have been finalised as 13.00-15.00, at the Oxford Road playing fields, only a 5 min walk from college.

On offer will be an array of Fitzwilliam sporting prowess; the rugby team have a match which kicks off at 12.00 against a touring French side (turn up early if you want to watch), football have a friendly against Gorton kicking off at 14.00, and there will hopefully be a mixed netball fixture sometime between 13.00 and 15.00, which you will be able to take advantage of.

There will also be the customary bouncy castle and BBQ, this year featuring carbonated beverages.

It would be great to see as many people down as possible – sport is something which really holds our college together, so it is certainly worth celebrating.

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