Come and celebrate All Hallows’ Eve (early) in the Peterhouse Hall with a scrumptious dinner, followed by drinks and music in the MCR.
To appease the Combination Room ghost, the dress code has been changed into “something spooky”. So feel free to turn yourselves into vampires, zombies, witches, beheaded politicians and anything in between!
(Booking for this event has now closed. Contact the committee for any last minute cancelations)
Join us in the MCR in the morning (between 9 and 11 am) for tours of the college (at every hour). And between 4 and 6 pm for refreshements and to meet students, fellows & discuss postgrad funding options!
More details here:
Bridget Kendall, Master of Peterhouse will kindly be providing tips, advice and anecdotes based on her rich experience in the BBC and around the world. So come to the Master’s Lodge at 10am for this rare opportunity to practise your public speaking skills among friends!
Particularly recommended for speakers of the MCR Graduate Symposium, arranged to take place a week later.
Please, declare your interest, by contacting the MCR Secretary: mcr[at]pet.cam.ac.uk
Catch a gilmpse of the varied interests and subjects of your fellow MCR members, ask questions and celebrate our common love for research, in this conference-style series of panels. To be followed by free buffet dinner in Upper Hall for all attendees.
Detailed schedule to be announced closer to the date.
All Peterhouse students are welcome!
A cornucopia of events to celebrate the start of the new academic year and to welcome our newest members. Brush up on your smalltalk skills, meet your future friends and revel in the multitude of backgrounds, interests and subjects that make up the Peterhouse MCR community!
Detailed schedule found here.
Spend an afternoon basking in the glow of the art in the Fitzwilliam Museum, doing your best to convey their form on paper. Or simply get inspired to draw whatever comes to mind in the unique enviroment of our next-door Museum.
Join us in the MCR in the evening to appreciate the results, play a bit of artful Pictionary and debate whether ancient artefacts should be treated as ‘art’ in the first place. Whiskey to be provided!
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To attend the sketching session, please meet Nina at the Visitor’s entrance of the Fitzwilliam Museum at 14:50.
Return to the MCR for whiskey and socialising, starting at 17:15.