Dear Kelloggian Crispies,
T-1 week … the final term of the year is quickly approaching and your MCR is already busy with a showcase of research talks, trips, tours, and sports!
There are a number of events below that require sign-up in advance, including the Houses of Parliament Tour, the Time Management Seminar, and the Ball so check your calendars and take advantage of some unique chances to explore ideas and places this term.
Trinity also means looking forward to next year at Kellogg. For returning students, consider running for an MCR position. All positions will be up for election in Week 4, with the nomination period running in Week 3. More information will be provided by your Junior Deans when term starts but you can talk to any of the Committee about the various roles. You can find their contact details on the MCR website. Additionally, with the first year of the MCR-run Kellogg Bar complete, we will also be looking for a bar manager for next year. If you would like to learn more about what this entails, speak to Robin Ankele. The MCR will pay for the training course that is required. Of course, you can also sign up to bar tend as well! Get in touch if that is the case.
Enjoy the last week of non-term schedules and hope to see you around (the increasingly green and flowery) Kellogg,
Your MCR President,
And as always:
– free condoms, pregnancy tests and sanitary pads are available in the white cupboard in the accessible toilet, near the Richardson Room. Please contact Anne at [email protected] if the items need replenishing.
– the Peer Support can be contact at [email protected]!
– Information for counselling can be found here:^(
– For any problems, you can also contact Anne at [email protected] as the current Wellbeing Officer
^( Select ‘Join a team’ and pick Kellogg College from the dropdown list.
And get your tickets here:
The Oxford Scientist publishes a termly issue (printed) and continuously throughout the term (online). To celebrate 100 years since women’s suffrage, next term’s theme is ‘Women and Science’ (including those who identify as female). The focus is on how women have impacted science and how science impacts women.
Business Team: We’re looking for a committed group of individuals to deal with advertisers and the launch event. Tasks include reaching out to potential clients who’d be interested in placing an ad in the magazine (print/online), organising a launch event, and networking with others involved in publishing.
If you’re interested, email us at [email protected]
[email protected] | We are recruiting on a rolling basis but encourage you to apply ASAP!^( for more information or contact Susanna at
^( by 21th Apr 2018 (Saturday of 0th week). You may then be invited for an interview in the 1st week of Trinity Term.
At OSG, our promise to our consultants is the opportunity to work with real clients, solve real business problems and deliver real impact. Joining us, you can also expect exclusive workshops with our partner consultancies. Recent partners have included McKinsey & Co, BCG, Accenture, AT Kearney, IQVIA, LMC International, and others.
For more information on OSG and the application process, please visit [email protected].^( , or contact us at
We’re a student-led charity that provides 1-to-1 tuition for primary school children struggling in their studies. We’re looking for new tutors, who would spend 1 hour each week in a local school helping a child with their English or Maths skills. This is a great opportunity to help combat educational disadvantage and step out of the university bubble! Currently, we also have vacancies for two committee positions: Schools Liaison Officer and Fundraising Officer. Find out more and apply to be a tutor at https://www . students4students . org . uk/contact#apply. If you have a question, or would like to apply for a committee position, please get in touch over [email protected].