Wow, what a night! Being in my first year at Catz, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but the Catz Graduate Symposium showed me that our MCR members are pretty awesome, and this annual event is a well deserved celebration of that.
Ambassador Peter Galbraith (Catz, PPE 1973) has had a key role as a US diplomat in Foreign Affairs and gave an engaging talk to a nearly full Bernard Sunley Lecture theatre at Catz today. As a medical student, with a former life as a chemist, who had no huge interest in politics until Brexit, I am probably the least qualified … Read more →
This year’s MCR Charity Auction will take place this coming Friday, 3rd March, 9PM in the MCR. It’s a fantastic event, and a heated auction, with sufficient Port and Cheese for everyone. We hope to see you there!
Text and photographs by Naomi Poltier Mutal
The MCR Catz Musical Concert Rigmarol saw an array of talented musicians parade their skills. From a Britney Spears cover to a trumpet memorial song, we had all kinds of music reverberating in the Bernard Sunley building for our ears to feast on!
First up was John, taking the stage with his cello, and performing … Read more →
Our termly BOP is going to be on 4th Feb this term — you heard it here first.
We are one week in already — So I really hope you noticed it — but Hilary term 2017 is live! Not on facebook but in reality; as a proof here are some of photos of the welcome back drinks which we had a week ago 🙂 Welcome back everyone!
Three times per academic year St Catz MCR is organising a BOP (see here for terminology). Just to be clear – this is a Graduate event! So you would be wrongly expecting anything like a wild high school/college fraternity party as depicted in most internationally successful US American movie productions. In fact, usually, you are more supposed to … Read more →
The music house was the place to be on the evening of 9 November! The tremendous talent of our MCR was admirably showcased in a vibrant, eclectic, and intimate concert. Francois Ada opened the show with a medley of cool tunes, impressing everyone with his seemingly effortless vocal and guitar skills. Next, lovers of classical music (like me!) relished the three … Read more →
(text and pictures by Serkan Birgel)
It was around 3am in the morning as I lumbered into bed with my phone. Traditionally, I check my phone one last time before closing down, but this time I had just wanted to see which way Florida was finally going. I had just come from the warmth and energy of the MCR … Read more →