Dear Special K-sters,
Term maybe be over but one of the joys of being a grad student is that term is never really over. And so, this week continues to offer sports, academics, and socials galore! Some good things do come to an end however. Informal dinners are finished for 2017. Lunches continue until December 14. Thanks to the wonderful kitchen and dining staff again for the wonderful dishes we have been delighted with this term.
Don’t miss out on the dinner delights of Hilary Term though! Bookings for Guest Night Dinners opens tomorrow, December 4.
It was a pleasure to meet some of the MSt in Historical Studies students tonight at Rewley House: best of luck with the upcoming submissions!
Your MCR President,
Not going to Twickenham? Come and view our Oxford Blue’s take on Cambridge in this year’s annual rugby varsity rugby match on the big screen in the Hub.
Meet other Kellogg part time students over lunch, again no need to book just show up.
A three-hour workshop designed to explore purpose without limitation.
This jivamukti-inspired yoga workshop is for all levels. It will include a physical yoga practice, with interactive dialogue, yoga asana, breath consciousness, chanting, meditation, and relaxation. Please come wearing comfortable clothes that allow for unrestricted movement, bring layers. Yoga mats will be provided. Registration is required via firstname.lastname@example.org. Admission is free and this workshop is a devotion to a project supporting advocacy in Rwanda for women’s rights and wellbeing.
Our last wine and whine event before Christmas. Come along for a glass of good wine in the bar!
All are welcome to attend this seminar entitled, ‘Yarnton: a retrospective. Life in the Upper Thames 4000 BC to AD 1000’ given by Dr Gill Hey, Visiting Fellow.
The Seminar Convenor is Dr David Griffiths, Director of Studies in Archaeology at the OUDCE. All are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be served from 17:30. The seminar will begin at 18:00. No booking is necessary for the seminar.