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Welcome to Easter Term!

Cambridge University Russian Society would like to wish you a very productive Easter term! And even though a lot of you will be busy with revision for the upcoming exams, please don’t forget to let yourself have a break from studies sometimes. As we all know, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, so leave time for relaxation – and CURS will be always there to make your free time as exciting as possible! Please keep an eye on the updates in our Facebook group and look out for new events not to be missed. Also, please come to the Conversational Evenings on Wednesdays. We look forward to seeing you and wish everyone an enjoyable and interesting term!
In the meantime, enjoy the sunny spring days!

CURS Committee 2013-2014

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The next big event:

Talk by Dr. Umland “The Russian and Ukrainian Extreme Right and the Future of Eastern Europe”

When: Thu 26 Jun 2014 from 17:00 to 19:00
Where: N7 room in Pembroke College, Pembroke College, CB2 1RF

During recent months, extremely right-wing groups and individual actors of both Russia and Ukraine have become prominent in reports of international mass media. Which impact did these groups have on the recent escalation of tensions between Moscow and Kyiv?

New to Cambridge?

New to Cambridge? Please check our Freshers guide (in Russian). If you want to meet Russian people in Cambridge, please come to one of our great events (in particular, you can come to the next Conversational Evening). To stay informed about our sparkling events, please subscribe to our newsletter (you will receive, on average, 1 email per week). We also suggest to join our FaceBook group for live discussions and events updates. Finally, please use a Contact form if you wish to contact Executive Committee of the Cambridge University Russian Society. We are always happy to help you!

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