September 27, 2006

ICA Soc 2006/7, THE place for current affairs in Warwick

Hello one and all.

It’s almost time for the start of the academic year, and what a year it promises to be with the ICA exploding onto the Warwick campus.

Highlights include:

  • informal weekly meetings to discuss world events, backed up by our jam-packed newsletter, which gives suggestions of articles to read to back up your arguments.
  • our (still relatively new) weblog, where ANY member of our society can post, either simply reporting interesting news or submitting more of an editorial.
  • new and improved socials, along with trips out to events hosted elsewhere. If you’re lucky, we may even provide the transportation! In the running this term is a talk in the LSE about the Fairtrade phenomenon. Is it simply “just another brand”?

We have confirmed our weekly meetings and they will be in the social studies building, in S0.13, Wednesdays at 2pm (starting in week 1). Everybody is welcome, so come and let your views be heard.

If you want to know what we will be (broadly) discussing beforehand, just drop me an email ( and I will make sure a copy of our newsletter comes your way sometime this Tuesday.

President, ICA

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