Welcome to Lent Term!
We hope that you had a truly wonderful Christmas and are ready for the start of the new term, for which CURS has a lot of great events planned. These will include a talk by Russian economist Ruslan Dzarasov, an evening of Russian romances performed by Dmitry Shved, and Maslenitsa celebration as well as our traditional weekly Conversational Evenings. And definitely, get ready for the main event of the term – our annual Vodka Party! Look out for further announcements in our newsletters and in CURS facebook group. Also, please come to the Conversational Evenings on Wednesdays. We look forward to seeing you and wish everyone an enjoyable and interesting term!
CURS Committee 2013-2014
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