News

News pic

Queen's Students' Union prepares for a Qulture Shock

9/03/2018


Queen's International Student Society and partners prepare to put on a show

The first ever ‘Qulture Shock’ event is to take place on Friday, 16th March 2018 in the Whitla Hall, starting at 6.00pm.

The students promise an eventful evening featuring a mix of drama, dance, music, comedy, rituals and food from around the world, in celebration of the diversity of student cultures here at Queen’s University Belfast. 

The launch of this event aims to create a platform of artistic expression and also seeks to break through stereotypes, uniting us as a wholesome community. 

Tickets, at £25 each, are available from stalls located across campus. Visit the Facebook page for further details.

 

Civic Culture and Intercultural Dialogue is a Social Charter Theme.

 

More news and features

B&W Hall, 1600x767

Inspiring Leaders

Student volunteers recognised at Graduation event

23/04/2018 - The Inspiring Leaders programme held its second semester Graduation event in the Great Hall on Tuesday 17 April 2018.

Research with Impact

MP visits Cancer Research team

12/04/2018 - Queen’s researchers and practitioners striving to improve the treatment of blood cancers have been able to put their case to Mr Jim Shannon, MP for Strangford, who visited the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) on 11 April.