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Campus Gift Drive

Campus Gift Drive

Simon Community charity gift collection

A campus-wide charity gift collection for the Simon Community has been organised for Monday 5 to Friday 16 November. Staff and students are encouraged to purchase a small gift and leave it at one of the drop-off points (listed below). Gifts will then be personally wrapped and delivered to the charity this Christmas. There is a wishlist (viewable here), but please feel free to donate what you can. Further information, including any questions, can be directed to campusclothingdrive@gmail.com. Follow the Facebook page for updates.‌

Gift drop-off points:

  • The Treehouse (Elms Village)
  • PEC
  • Students' Union
  • English Social Space, School of Arts, English and Languages
  • School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics Office (25 University Sq)
  • Old Pharmacy Building (foyer)
  • QFT 

The Simon Community tirelessly works to directly impact the problem of homelessness in Northern Ireland. Generous donations would be gratefully received.

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Institute of Irish Studies Seminar

Institute of Irish Studies Seminar

‘The Republic of Letters: Ireland and the world, 1919-1923’

Monday 19 November 2018 -  4.30pm

Irish Studies Seminar Room, 27 University Square 01.003 – All Welcome!

Dr Darragh Gannon (QUB): ‘The Republic of Letters: Ireland and the world, 1919-1923’

Dr Darragh Gannon is a historian with research expertise in the Irish in Great Britain and the Irish Revolution, and further research interests including museums, material culture and commemoration. He served as Curatorial Researcher to the National Museum of Ireland exhibition ‘Proclaiming a Republic: the 1916 Rising’ and authored its accompanying volume Proclaiming a Republic: Ireland, 1916 and the National Collection (2016). He is also Historian-in-Residence to Dublin City Council’s commemorative project ‘Dublin Remembers’. He is currently a Research Fellow at QUB on the AHRC-funded project ‘A global history of Irish revolution, 1916-1923’.

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International Men's Day

International Men's Day Film Screening

Screening: The Shawshank Redemption, Monday 19 November, 11.00am, QFT

Organised by the School of Nursing and Midwifery Athena Swan Committee to celebrate International Men's Day, this is a free event and lunch will be provided. The screening will be followed by a facilitated discussion of the representation of masculinities within the film and the perceived traits of a positive male role model in today's society. All are welcome. 

Register via Eventbrite.

Careers, Employability & Skills

Postgraduate-Led Initiatives

National Omani Day

Cultural Celebration

Join us ot celebrate the 48th National Omani Day on 22 November from 11.00-14.30 in TR7.

November is an extremely meaningful month for the Omani population. As a small Omani community in Belfast, we would like to take this opportunity to get together and share out our culture and celebrate the happiness of our country with our colleagues, friends, and staff at Queen's. In Oman, celebration is all about having people around, and the diversity that keeps the positive spirit around the atmosphere. As students, we are the young ambassador of our country, we would love to share our beautiful heritage to different culture and tell them what Oman is about, and who we are.

Omani National Day is celebrated on the 18th November. The Omani Government is celebrating the 48th National day this year. Two occasions are celebrated on the same day which are; the Independence Day and the birthday of the Sultan of Oman. National day events are celebrated in different ways in Oman such as; parades, fireworks, camel race, horse show, traditional folklore performance, Omani Heritage Music, festivals, songs and costumes. Omanis come together to celebrate their National Day which every citizen look forward for this big day to celebrate. Every person celebrates this day on their own way in recognition of the great achievements of Oman and its citizen since the Sultan took office in 1970. Usually, the streets of Oman, houses, malls, and care are all specially decorated with photo of the sultan and accessories with colours of the Omani flag.

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A Dance for All

What do we do?
Learn popular pop/K-pop dance repertoires, such as "BBoom BBoom". Enjoy a mid-week break from your study.

Every first and Last Wednesday of the month, 19:00-20:00. This is an ongoing dance group for 2018-2019, Starting in October, twice a month.

13 University Square, Performance Room OG:10

If you interested please do not hesitate to contact wwu05@qub.ac.uk for more info.

Bio of group organizer

Ting is currently a PhD student and also an experienced dance performer, workshop facilitator and has taught ethnomusicology dance ensemble for the past three years at Queens and performed at Belfast culture night, BBC creative festival etc as well as local festivals over the past five years.

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Historical Dances

Postgraduate-Led Initiative

Only 4 days to learn what Irish, French, Spanish, Russians and other European countries danced from 12th to 19th century and try to dance!

You don't know how? It is not a problem. If a 15th century farmer could do, you could can do

Dates and Time: 24 & 31 of October, 7 and 14 of November; 19:00-20:30

Place: The Graduate School, TR2

Facebook Group: QUB Historical Dancing 

Students' Union

SU Shop

This Week's Specials

Great offers at the new SU Shop ,now in the new SU Building ,3 Elmwood Avenue – logo attached. This week’s specials: 

  • Tayto Crisps & Tayto Rough Cuts now 50p
  • River Rock Water 500ml now 50p
  • Selected Cadbury Chocolate Bars (53g) - Tiffin,  Caramello, Mint Crisp and Golden Crisp  2 for £1.50
  • Special offers on Hersey’s ,Reese’s and Divine Fairtrade (40g) chocolate bars

Mid Season Sale now on!

  • 2018 -19 Academic Diaries from £1.49
  • 50% off selected branded clothing (while stocks last)
  • Up to 50% off selected stationery lines


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