CUMaSKini 26/11/12: Hoodies, MNight Meeting

The end is nigh…

Well, the end of Michaelmas is approaching. Looking back, we’ve held the Freshers’ Camp and Banquet, Freshers’ Squash, Michaelmas and Asian Halloween formals, iCUSU and Malaysia Food Feasts, Nottingham Games, and a few other small events, all within the space of the last three months. On behalf of the entire CUMaS Committee, we hope you’ve had an absolute blast so far this term!

The only things left are the hoodies and the beginning of the Malaysian Night production. As is tradition, we are proud to bring you this year’s CUMaS hoodies! Sign up below if you want to have a delightfully thick and stylish hoodie to keep you warm over Lent term. Also, if you are in any way involved with MNight, or are interested in joining the production, please read the notice below.

Sekian, terima kasih.

Yang ikhlas,
CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. CUMaS Hoodies!
  2. MNight Introductory Meeting
  3. Khazanah-Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies Merdeka Scholarships

CUMaSKini 15/11/12 – MNight Auditions, Teach for Malaysia, Mexican Folk Festival

Hello everyone! With weeks 5 and 6 out of the way, hopefully you’ve managed to avoid seeking psychiatric help.

First off, a reminder that we are having the Malaysian-Lots-of-Foodstravaganza, or Malaysian Food Feast, this Sunday. If you haven’t signed up yet, you better get to it unless you like envioulsy listening to tales about how good the food was. 😉 Also coming up this weekend, -surprise!-, is the Malaysian Night Auditions. If you’re a fresher, you are highly, highly, highly encouraged to try out!

CUMaS is also hosting a talk by Teach for Malaysia next week. If you’re interested in education, this is definitely an interesting event to attend. Finally, a plug for the Mexican Society who are holding a Mexican Folk Festival tomorrow and Saturday.

Yang melakon dan menari,
CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Teh Tarik with Teach for Malaysia
  2. 2012 Malaysian Night Auditions
  3. Reminder: Malaysian Food Feast
  4. [Mexican Soc] Mexican Folk Festival

CUMaSKini 9/11/2012: Malaysian Food Feast!

First, and very importantly, the Malaysian Food Feast is coming up next Saturday, the 18th of November! An exceedingly important events for our stomach and morale, we hope you’ll come and enjoy our Malaysian delicacies! If you’re interested in volunteering to help us cook, transport and clean, please sign up below as well! (There’s free food involved…)

Also, Scientific Malaysian and the newly-founded Education Talent Academy also have some announcements below.

Yang sedang memasak nasi lemak,
CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Malaysian Food Feast 2012
  2. MFF Volunteers
  3. Scientific Malaysian Issue 3
  4. Education Talent Academy

CUMaSKini 02/11/12: Malaysian Concert & Summer Volunteering

Sorry to send another newsletter so soon after the last, but we’ve only just gotten word of a Malaysian Traditional Music Concert taking place today! More details below if you’re interested. Also, if you’re interested in a summer stint of volunteering, CU-ELST is offering a Summer Volunteer Teaching Programmein India, Nepal or Mongolia.

Finally, we hope to see you at the iCUSU World Food Festival tomorrow!

Yang masih lapar,

CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Malaysian Traditional Music Concert – Festival of Ideas *TODAY!*
  2. CU-ELST Summer Volunteer Teaching
  3. iCUSU World Food Festival
  • Ongoing: Malaysian Food Feast Volunteers

CUMaSKini 30/10/12: Sports and Food

Hello everyone! Hopefully week 4 hasn’t been too hard on you! This week we’re looking at sports: we’ve confirmed transportation to the Nottingham Games, and we’re still looking for more people to join in the events! This weekend there’s a “friendly” competition between us and CUMSA, as well as the iCUSU World Food Festival. And finally, we’re looking for certain cooking utensils, read on below and please help us if you do have the items!

Yang sudah lapar,

CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Nottingham Games Update
  2. CUMaS-CUMSA Friendly Match
  3. The Great Utensil Search
  4. iCUSU World Food Festival
  • Ongoing: Malaysian Food Feast Volunteers

CUMaSKini 16/10/12: Nottingham Malaysian Games, Vietnamese Food Festival

Another week, another CUMaSKini!

The Freshers’ Formal is happening today! Hopefully you’ve received your confirmation e-mail for this sold out event. Next up is the Nottingham Malaysian Games, in mid-November. It’s the biggest Malaysian sporting event of the year, so if you’re interested in representing Cambridge, do sign up below! And finally, the Vietnamese Society is holding a Vietnamese Food Festival at the end of October. Between all the food festivals coming up in Michaelmas, it’s probably a good idea to join some sports training for the Notts Games to burn off those calories 😉

Yang tidak berehat,
CUMaS Committee 2012/13

  1. Freshers’ Formal Confirmation
  2. Nottingham Malaysian Games Sign-Up
  3. Vietnamese Food Festival
  • Ongoing: Malaysian Food Feast Volunteers, CUMaS Online Jumble Sale

CUMaSKini 09/10/12: Freshers’ Formal, MFF Volunteers, MNight Scriptwriting

Hello CUMaSians! We have some exciting stuff coming up!

First up is the Freshers’ Formal on the 16th of October. It’s in Homerton, it’ll have tons of people and it’ll be amazing! We’re also looking for volunteers for the Malaysian Food Feast, World Food Festival, and for the Malaysian Night Scriptwriting Team.

Yang selalu sibuk,

CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Freshers’ Formal
  2. Malaysian Food Feast Volunteers
  3. Malaysian Night Scriptwriting Recruitment
  4. World Food Festival Volunteers
  • Ongoing: CUMaS Online Jumble Sale

CUMaSKini 04/10/12: The Freshers’ Edition

A very special welcome to the Cambridge University Malaysia Society (CUMaS)!

If you don’t know who we are yet, here’s a quick introduction:

For those new to Cambridge, we hope you’ve had a great Freshers’ Week! The time to buckle down and start working is upon us, but never fear; CUMaS will be holding loads of events this term to ensure you’re never bored. For those returning to Cambridge, well, you know what it’s like, except this year, it’s probably more difficult. Good luck!

First on the agenda is the Freshers’ Squash coming up this Saturday, where you can meet the freshers and seniors who make up our society. Also, if you’ve yet to join CUMaS, this is the most convienient place to become and member (and enjoy our various benefits!). Once you’ve RSVP’ed for the Squash, have a look at our term card for the coming term (on our brand new website). And maybe, perhaps, have a look at the CUMaS Sponsors for this academic year.

As always, our online Jumble Sale remains open for business.

Finally, if you have any questions or feedback about CUMaS, send us an e-mail.

Yang menjalankan tugas,

CUMaS Committee 2012/2013

  1. Freshers’ Squash
  2. Term Card 2012-13
  3. New Website
  4. CUMaS Sponsors 2012-13
  • Ongoing: CUMaS Online Jumble Sale