Tickets are now on sale for the HLSS Faculty End of Year Ball. To purchase your ticket to the biggest celebration of the year, visit the MMU online store: http://bit.do/HLSS2015 , or alternatively visit the Finance office in Hollings (Righton Building) to purchase tickets on your Met Card.
To get involved in the Student Press Office, click here: http://www.humanityhallows.co.uk/work-with-us/ The Student Press Office are providing monthly Journalism and Online Publishing training, which is open to all students. Please sign up to the March session at http://www.mmu.ac.uk/students/futures/events.php
The Manchester Children’s Book Festival is back again this summer, and is looking for student volunteers. Do you want to work with children? Do you want to meet authors? Are you into arts & crafts? There are a number of volunteering positions available at the Festival, to find out more come to the open information session on Monday 23 March 2015. Student volunteer training sessions are also being held this month, to sign up visit: http://www.mmu.ac.uk/students/futures/events.php
Don’t see anything that interests you in this list? Make a Difference also allows you to Create Your Own Opportunities! There are a wide range of projects and activities to get involved in, or you can create your own to meet your interests. To find out more visit: https://mmumakeadifference.com/ or email MakeaDifference@mmu.ac.uk
In addition to the above links, we would like to congratulate, Tiffany Bowman who studies English and Creative Writing, who’s article has gained the most views on Humanity Hallows this month. To read her article, follow this link: http://www.humanityhallows.co.uk/kaiser-chiefs-gig-review/
Throughout March Humanities in Public will be running a range of events for staff, students and members of the public to get involved in, including:
– 2nd March: Urban Youth Identity and Language
– 14th March: Beyond Babel Film Festival
– 16th March: Where Now for English as a Lingua Franca?
– 2nd, 9th, 16th March: Bilingual Cafes