Blue Planet Screening – UCD Young Greens
Recently returning to UCD as a reborn political society, will gather at the UCD Cinema at 5pm to watch David Attenborough’s documentary The Blue Planet.
The University Observer & OTwo – Issue 6
Our sixth print edition will hit UCD campus on Tuesday, be sure to keep on eye out for your dose of news, arts, culture and entertainment.
Coffee Morning – The University Observer
Whether you are a regular contributor, a loyal reader, or have never even heard of us, we want to invite you to our weekly Coffee Mornings in Semester 2.
Pop in for some free tea/coffee and some quality chats with our section editors and other contributors. No matter what level of interest you have with the paper, the biscuits are free!
Cheltenham Preview Night – UCD Horse Racing Society
On Wednesday the 20th February, the UCD Horse Racing Society will host their annual Cheltenham Preview Night in aid of the Irish Injured Jockeys fund. The preview night will be held at 8pm in The Goat Bar & Grill in Clonskeagh. Mark Boylan will MC and we have a panel of four experts in national hunt racing to discuss the Cheltenham Festival’s feature races, give their tips and answer any questions you may have. There will be a raffle on the night with excellent prizes up for grabs. Entry is €5 for students, and €10 for the general public.
I’d Play With those Balls – EngSoc and NamSoc
“We’re bringing back an age-old tradition: the engineers and nurses night out!
We’ll be kicking the night off in the Clubhouse with beer pong from 8pm, then heading to D2 at 10.45.
Wristbands are €5 – on sale Monday 1pm At the engineering building lobby.
Bands include bus into town and entry to D2
We’re expecting to sell out quickly so don’t miss your chance!”
Battle of the Bands: UCD MedSoc vs Trinity BioSoc
“We’re expecting talent, we’re expecting passion and we’re expecting drama in our very first UCD and Trinity mashup.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. On the 29th of March, UCD MedSoc and Trinity BioSoc go head to head and battle it out to see who can make the biggest show of themselves all in the name of a fantastic cause very close to our hearts.
In aid of Pieta House, we’re asking you to pull out the microphones and dust off the wigs to see if you can take a better stab at an homage to ABBA than Donna and the Dynamos, or get your gals together to see if a spicier rendition of Wannabe is possible? This is your chance to show your mum all those countless hours of piano lessons were worth it when you twinkle the ivories to a unique rendition of That’s What Makes You Beautiful on the Workman’s Stage.
If you think you have a Freddie Mercury waiting to be released or want to show your uptown girl how you feel, teams will be asked to choose a tribute band and pick a groovy selection from the chosen band to perform on the night. If you think you have what it takes, get in contact with your respective MedSoc/BioSoc and let us know you’re interested.
All funds raised will be in aid of Pieta House.”