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November 2019 Newsletter

Greetings from the 9th Board!

Top: Liam Beechouk (Internal Affairs), Mouad Adhi (External Affairs)
Bottom: Miriam Shaw (Treasurer), Azalea Roseli (President), Wouter Kuijl (Secretary)

As winter creeps onto us with its dipping temperatures and shrinking daylight hours, it seem as though Block 1 has flew past! At CS Ubuntu, the past 2 months have been busy with forming committees, welcoming new members, and planning out activities for the upcoming year. We couldn’t be more excited to roll out what our new committees have in store!

Continue reading for a quick re-cap on what we've been up to so far and check out the upcoming events section. Keep scrolling for a little suprise at the end as well! Remember, you're always welcome to the boardroom for cozy conversations, a warm cup of your preferred beverage or just a spot to chill between classes!
And as always, keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram for more frequent updates and info. 

Best wishes on behalf of the 9th Board,

Azalea Roseli
President CS Ubuntu 2019 - 2020


E V E N T S   R E C A P

BOARD:  Impunity Documentary Screening
Earlier in September, the board organised a screening of "Impunity" (2010), a documentary covering the transitional justice process that took place in Colombia in the late 1990s following a civil war between the state and FARC paramilitary forces. An insightful discussion took place afterwards in which viewers reflected on the conflict and the documentary as a whole.

ACTIVITIES: Halloween Movie Night
On the 17th of October, the Activities Committee organised a spookily fun Halloween movie night! Equipped with a selection of hot chocolate, popcorn and halloween candy we sat down to watch Disney’s Hocus Pocus. The acting may not have been Oscar-worthy, but this Halloween classic gave us all the cheesy 90s movie vibes and was thoroughly enjoyed by all!

STUDY TRIP: Small Study Trip Revelation Drinks
Last week, the Study Trip Committee presented this year's Small Study Trip destination at Café Florin! With the help of a few presentation slides and some drinks, it was revealed that CS Ubuntu is heading off to the German city of Nuremberg!


C O M I N G   S O O N

The Study Trip Committee presents:
Small Study Trip Nuremberg

The Study Trip Committee presents this year's small trip to Nuremberg, Germany! Join CS Ubuntu as we explore this city from November 22-24. During this trip, special focus will be given to Nuremberg's history during and after the Second World War such as the formation of the Nuremberg Laws, the trials of the National Socialists leadership, as well as the process of post-conflict international lawmaking.

Fill the sign-up form to join this exciting trip, you won't want to miss it!

The Activities Committee presents:
Disco Bowling

On the 28th November CS Ubuntu goes disco bowling! Come along to Bison Bowling at 21:00 to join us for an exciting evening of bowling, music, lightshows, smokemachines and drinks. Tickets will be only €7,50 and you can sign up through our Facebook page. It will be a fun night, we hope to see you there!

The Activities Committee

Boardroom Questionnaire  

In this segment of the newsletter, we pose a question to visitors to the boardroom! 
(Drift 21, 2.06)

This newsletter's question comes fresh from the coffee machine:     Hot chocolate or chococino?    

Liam - Chococino is just too much.

Maud -  Chococino!  I always like the more expensive option because I feel like it's more chocolatey. Hot chocolate is water-based, chococino is milk-based and this cannot be overlooked.

Artemis - I don't think there's a difference.

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