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Tue 27th February

Aegis Presents: Surviving the Genocide in Rwanda
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Clive Granger A40
Join us in Clive Granger A40 for an evening with Freddy Mutanguha and James Smith from the Aegis Trust to explore the extraordinary Journey from survival to peace education in Rwanda, through the pioneering work of the Aegis Trust.

Fri 2nd March

French and German Society visits Zoo Indigo @ Lakeside Arts Centre
6:40pm - 8:50pm
Lakeside Arts Centre
French and German Society are visiting Zoo Indigo's bilingual German/English production of 'No Woman's land' at the Lakeside Arts Centre. We have 10 tickets available at the discounted price of £10
Latin American Film Festival Second Screening
7pm - 9:30pm
Screening room, Hallward library
Second Screening: "The Secret in their eyes"

Sat 3rd March

The Voice UoN
7pm - 9pm
The Hub, Portland Building
A Cappella Society are running a singing competition! Open to anyone to take part and watch, our expert judges will be deciding who is truly The Voice of Nottingham! Cash Prizes are available. Sign up: https://goo.gl/forms/aO93V6SSLvklfN522

Wed 7th March

International Literature Event
noon - 1pm
The Studio, Portland Building
This event is designed to celebrate literature from different cultures and all students are invited to present poetry, short stories, or other forms of literature that they feel represents their culture or personal identity.
International Spoken-Word Literature Event
noon - 1pm
The Studio, Portland Building
This event is designed to celebrate literature from different cultures and all students are invited to present poetry, short stories, or other forms of literature that they feel represents their culture or personal identity.

Sat 10th March

Theatre Trip to Frost/Nixon
noon - 6pm
Sheffield
Come to Sheffield with us to see the play Frost/Nixon!

Mon 12th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!

Tue 13th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!
Latin American Film Festival third Screening
7pm - 9:30pm
Screening room, Hallward library
Third Screening: "The Embrace of the Serpent"

Wed 14th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!

Thu 15th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!

Fri 16th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!

Sat 17th March

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL WEEK
12th March midnight - 17th March 11:59pm
University of Nottingham Students' Union
This weeklong, uni-wide will celebrate all cultures present at the University of Nottingham. Activities include a parade launch on Jubilee Campus, olympic style sports, outdoor food stalls, cultural taster sessions, foreign film screenings and more!

Thu 22nd March

ArchSoc goes to Sicily
22nd March midnight - 29th March midnight
Sicily
Our annual abroad trip, this year we'll be hitting the island of Sicily!

Fri 6th April

Mussoc Tour 2018 - Prague
6th April noon - 11th April 7pm
Prague, Czech Republic
Mussoc is going to PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC.

Thu 31st May

Link 18
9am - 5:30pm
East Midlands Conference Centre
University of Nottingham Interdisciplinary conference run by UoN students for UoN students. Providing Postgraduate students with the opportunity to present their research, run and organise the conference, and learn about research as audience.
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Sun 25th February

BUCS-UPC Eight-ball Pool Championships 2017-2018
21st February 1pm - 25th February 6pm
Vauxhall Holiday Park, Great Yarmouth
The finest student players from all parts of the UK will compete in both team and individual competitions on behalf of their universities, at the country’s most prestigious English eight-ball pool arena.
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Ramsoc Eyam Walk
9am - 6pm
We are off to the area around Eyam this weekend. This is a brilliant area of the White Peak area of the Peaks, giving access to the Edges and Eyam Moor. Eyam is known as the plague village and evidence of this is still to be found in the land around.
Dance Workshop with Layton Williams
10am - noon
Djanogly Rehearsal Hall, Music Department, University of Nottingham
Come along to our 2 hour dance workshop with Layton Williams.

Mon 26th February

Classoc laser tag: Romans vs. Greeks
7pm - 9pm
Quasar Elite, 22 Cranbrook Street, Nottingham, NG1 1ER
Classoc takes on Laser tag!
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Movie Night!
8pm - 11pm
Hallward Library Screening Room
Come along for a fun movie night with your fellow historians!

Tue 27th February

Racing and Lessons Beginner Session 27.02.18
5:15pm - 11pm
Stoke Ski Centre
Beginner ski and snowboard lessons available just in time for Easter trip!
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Freestyle session 8
5:30pm - 11pm
Tamworth
Freestyle session 8 // Tamworth
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Aegis Presents: Surviving the Genocide in Rwanda
6:30pm - 8:30pm
Clive Granger A40
Join us in Clive Granger A40 for an evening with Freddy Mutanguha and James Smith from the Aegis Trust to explore the extraordinary Journey from survival to peace education in Rwanda, through the pioneering work of the Aegis Trust.
Mixology: Rum 2 with Belly Dance society
8pm - 11pm
Das Kino
Join FlairSoc for a joint Mixology with Bellydance society at Das Kino this Tuesday 23rd February: £6 for members; £7.50 for non-members for two cocktails. Come behind the bar and make them yourself!
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Wed 28th February

Science on Ice
3pm - 4pm
National Ice Center, Motor Point Arena
PhysSoc and BioSoc join m*a with the Ice Skating Society to bring you a society first ice skating social! The whole National Ice center rink is booked out for just us, and we have the opportunity to take part in lessons if wanted.
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