Ashbourne College Student Newsletter – November 19th 2013

May 11, 2015

ASHBOURNE STUDENT NEWSLETTERGood afternoon everyone!As you know, this month is not an ordinary one… It is…

Movember!
Dear all,

It’s Movember and the time for change is now. As a part of Generation Moustache, Rob, Rogerio , George and Jerry are joining me in committing our faces to the cause and willbe growing moustaches for the entire month of November to raise funds and awareness for men’s health.

I’d like you to support us and our passion with a donation, as we fight the good fight for men’s health. You can donate to me by:

1. Donating online at:http://mobro.co/JWILLOW1979

2. Writing a cheque to ‘Movember Europe’, referencing my registration ID: 2677818 and mailing it to: Movember Europe, PO Box 68600, London, EC1P 1EF

3. By putting some lose change into the box on the front desk at Old Court Place

Your donation will support world-class men’s health programmes that combat prostate and testicular cancer. These programmes, directed by the Movember Foundation, are focused on awareness and education, living with and beyond cancer, and research to achieve our vision of an everlasting impact on the face of men’s health.

These funded programmes are spread across the UK – please visit the Funded Programmes page for all the hairy details: http://uk.movember.com/PROGRAMS

Thanks in advance for supporting our Mos and helping to change the face of men’s health.

United we Mo

John Wilson

Food Club
You’re Invited to the first Food Club event of 2013: A Southeast Asian Potluck!
Sample Southeast Asian cuisine like salt and pepper chicken wings, Vietnamese spring rolls, stir fry, tom yum soup, curry, mango salad, fried plantains, and more.

T This event will take place on Saturday, 23 November at 6:00pm.

Please speak to Alexia in 07 OCP for more details and to find out what to bring.

Happy eating!

A word from the Magazine Team
Hey guys! As many of you will be aware, it’s time to submit your entries for the college magazine. The magazine is an event run entirely by students and it will be on sale during the Christmas revue. We hope you’ll all be champing at the bit to entertain everyone with your wonderful entries but if you’re having second thoughts about writing for the magazine, here’s some reasons as to why it’s a great project!
Not only will it help a great deal with your application to university, when it’s finished and edited it looks fantastic! It’s a professionally published and it’s great to see your work in all the glory it deserves. Also, the magazine goes around the world. Quite literally. It’s used as a promotional tool for the college and for many of us students here at Ashbourne, one of the first impressions we got of the college was the magazine. It definitely inspired us to want to exhibit our creative joys and hopefully we can trigger the same reaction in many prospective students in countries as far as Vietnam.

You can write about practically anything you want (within reason, naturally). Feel free to say what’s on your mind. Just send your entries to ashbournemagazine13@gmail.com. Because we need to have the magazine published for the revue, the deadline for entries is Thursday 28th November. Feel free to send in entries asap though!
Also, it doesn’t have to be a completely independent project, you can submit old coursework’s/projects/homeworks/stories etc that you may have stored on your laptops. Just think that small poem you once wrote that you never thought meant much will finally get the recognition it deserves.
Here are our sections:

The Arts (Artwork, fashion, drawings, photography, drama..)Humanities (english, philosophy, history, politics, creative writing..)Sciences (psychology, biology, physics, chemistry..)Lighter side of Life (reviews, comedy, hobbies, miscellaneous)

Upcoming Events at Fitzwilliam College
Fitzwilliam College is now running two competitions- an essay competition in Classics and the Ancient World, and a poster competition for Veterinary Medicine. These competitions are open to students in the Lower Sixth or equivalent, and with no restrictions on subjects being studied.
Details can be found here:

Fitzwilliam College Open Days- April 12 (Arts subjects) and April 26 (Science subjects) Open Days are a brilliant opportunity to visit the College and meet academics and lecturers in individual subjects, as well as current undergraduates who will offer insights into living and studying at Cambridge.
Booking is now available online:
Here are our sections:

That’s all for this week, look out for more in the next Ashbourne Newsletter!!