14th Novemberctober 2013
Hello you beautiful human, you!
With this lovely Thursday morning marking the end of dreaded Week 5, I hope everyone’s feeling a little less blue and a little more coo-coo-ca-choo.
If any of you are still feeling the Week 5 Blues, though, we have just the thing for you!
Kicking off on the 23rd November is the iCUSU World Food Festival (WFF) which promises delectable nom-noms from all over the world. Pre-sale tickets go live soon, details below!
And just because there’s no such thing as too much good food, just a week after the WFF is our very own 2013 Malaysian Food Feast (MFF)! Tickets are on sale now, so scroll down for more details. We also require your assistance in the form of your rice-cookers, chopping boards and knives! They will be put to good use in feeding you, we promise!
CUMaS also now has a weekly slot for the Badminton Court at John’s Fisher Building every Monday, 4-6pm, in case there really is such a thing as too much food (there isn’t).
Oh and Animal Aid and Save Planet Society (ASAP) is holding a Black-Tie Poker Night on the 16th November. Sign-up links below!
Have a good and fulfilling (or just filling) November!
CUMaS Committee 2013/2014
20th October 2013
What’s up, buttercup? I hope everyone’s had a good first week/is not dying from Freshers flu. But worry not! Regardless of how your week’s gone, it is now immediately better because look! A swanky CUMaSKini! (yay)
So first off, Nottingham Games sign-up sheets are up! Come join us in throwing the beat down (or frisbees if that’s more your thing) as we battle it out at this year’s Games. Oh, and remember to pay for your bus ride if you’ve signed up.
We’re also subsidising CUMaS entry at ABACUS’ Funkyard clubbing event this Tuesday, the best Oriental club night in town with all the other major Asian societies, so get excited!
MNight Auditions are also kicking off next week. Whether you’re looking to act or dance, or just chill out as a tree, your Ents Officer has a message for you down below.
We’re also looking for volunteers (who eat for FREE by the way *wink wink* *subtle hint*) for our Malaysian Food Feast (MFF) next month!
Before that though, Teach For Malaysia will be visiting us next week to speak to fellow Malaysians (hey, that’s you!) about changing education inequalities back home. More details below!
Lastly, the Cambridge University Chinese New Year Trust (CUCNY) will also be holding its Annual Charity Run next week.
Let’s have a good Michaelmas everybody!
Yang masih sihat,
CUMaS Committee 2013/2014