Monday, October 29, 2007

Student elections!

Student elections happen tomorrow and Wednesday to the Student Representative Council (SRC for short). It is important that you turnout and register your vote.

A list of the candidates can be found on the SU website.

We ask you to vote and maximise your vote by transferring to fellow unionists.

Voting is by Queen's Online

Polls open from 7am tomorrow morning closing on Wednesday 31st at 5pm.

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Social Event

SOCIAL!!!

When
Wednesday 31st October – 8.30pm

Where
Morton Community Centre
(Lower Windsor Avenue take the first right and it’s opposite the Chinese Christian Church)

Who
Eternity Socials –
www.eternitysocials.com


Admission Fee
£4.00

SOCIAL.pdf

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Institute of Irish Studies, QUB - Seminar Series

Queen’s University, Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies
International Research Initiative

Public Lecture/Seminar Series 2007-8

October – December 2007

31 October 2007:

5pm, G9 Lanyon Building, QUB Public Lecture:

‘Luck and the Irish’

Speaker: Professor Roy Foster (University of Oxford)

15 November 2007:

5pm, 21.101, PISP, 21 University Square, QUB

Research Seminar:

‘Rethinking the NI Civil Rights Movement’

Speaker: Dr Simon Prince (University of Oxford)

3 December 2007:

5pm, 21.101, PISP, 21 University Square, QUB

Research Seminar: ‘Gladstone and Irish Politics Reconsidered’

Speakers: Dr Eugenio Biagini (University of Cambridge) & Professor Paul Bew (QUB)

13 December 2007:

5pm, 21.101, PISP, 21 University Square, QUB

Research Seminar:

‘From Loyalty to Resistance: The Orange Order in a Changing Ulster, 1963-2007’

Speaker: Dr Eric Kaufmann (Birkbeck College, London)


For further details, please contact:

Professor Richard English (r.english@qub.ac.uk, 02890 973328) or Dr Dominic Bryan (d.bryan@qub.ac.uk, 02890 973386)

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Ulster Flags


Ulster Flags (5 * 3) for sale at a cost of £6.00.

Email for more info.

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Friday, October 12, 2007

Ulster Covenant

AS the 28th September has passed, marking Ulster Day, a document written by Gordon Lucy of the National Ulster Society has been published discussing the Ulster Solemn League Covenant, a central focus of that day some 95 years ago.

Download it below:


Covenant document: Ulster_Covenant.pdf

The covenant itself featured on our membership application form which can also be downloaded below.


Membership form: Membership_form.pdf

ENJOY!

You might also be interested to see if your ancestors signed it by visiting the dedicated website of the Public Records office: http://www.proni.gov.uk/ulstercovenant/index.html

Heres my Great Grandfather who signed in Desertmartin, Co. Londonderry.





Ulster_Covenant.pdf

Membership_form.pdf

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Tuesday, October 09, 2007

For Queen's and Ulster!

The Ulster Society @ Queen's

Setup to promote, secure and educate the Ulster culture at Queen's.


Join TODAY!

E-mail: ulster-society@qub.ac.uk for an application form

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Graduate!?

Graduate of Queen's University!?

We've recently introduced a graduate membership - costing only £8 per annum.

Please make all applications to ulster-society@qub.ac.uk

Or send contact details and or money to:

FAO Andrew Charles/Thomas Hogg
The Ulster Society
Franklin House
10-12 Brunswick Street
BELFAST
BT2 7GE
NORTHERN IRELAND

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ATTENTION: Get your Ulster hoodie!






Dear Member/Associate,


The Ulster Society at Queen's is currently in the process of ordering up dedicated Ulster Society hoodies. If you are interested in one please e-mail your name, telephone number and e-mail address to ulster-society@qub.ac.uk


They will cost in the region of £20-25 - a bargin! So keep warm and show off your Ulster colours at the same time during the winter months!

Keep warm for ULSTER!

In addition to this we are also taking orders for Ulster Society ties which cost only £16. And while we're at it get your Ulster Society Pin badge, costing only £3! Ulster Society pens also on sale for only £1 - a bargin!

All profits go towards Ulster Society funds.




Yours fraternally,



Andrew David Charles B.A.

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