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Week 1

Thursday, 28 April - 19:00, Magdalen College, JCR Dining Room

Board Game Night

Come and join us for our first event of the term, a fun evening with a wide selection of board games to choose from. The society will provide snacks and drinks.

 

Week 2

Thursday, 5 May - 19:00, Chutneys Indian Brasserie, 36 St Michael's Street

Termly Dinner

With the exams coming up, we are going to have our termly dinner this term as well. Colleges were not keen on giving us tables so we are going to Chutneys Indian Brasserie. I hope you are welcoming this new possibility to immerse yourself in some Indian cuisine.

If you are planning to come please fill out the sign up link by 5pm Wednesday, 4 May.:

(https://forms.gle/feSC6ZXG8YgXh34G9) 

 

Week 3

Thursday, 12 May - 18:30, Somerville College, Park Room 5

Movie Night: Szerelem ('Love')

Join us for the screening of the classic Hungarian movie ‘Szerelem’ (‘Love’), the beautiful story of a young wife awaiting the return of her political prisoner husband while caring for her elderly, bed-bound mother-in-law, who she convinces that her son is in America shooting a film and will return home shortly. (Lang: Hungarian, Sub: English)

Week 4

Thursday, 19 May - 19:00, Wolfson College (Room TBC)

Guest Speaker

Guest Speaker - Csaba Botos

Botos Csaba is a DPhil candidate in Engineering Science working on applied machine learning and his talk will be focused on computer vision in autonomous driving cars.

Week 5

Saturday, 28 May - 18:30, St Giles' Church Parish Rooms

Lángos & Láger

This term Lángos & Läger returns in its well-beloved form! Come to St Giles’ Church and refuel on Hungarian street food (lángos), beer(-pong) and the cheesiest of songs for the exam season!

Week 7

Saturday, 11 June - 14:00, University Parks

End of Term Picnic

Join us in celebrating the arrival of spring by soaking up some sunshine at our last official event. The picnic will be held in Oxford at the University Parks.

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