June 04, 2006

Society Plug

Dear all who visit the blog,

Since we seem to have plenty of student revisiting this blog, I thought I'd take the opportunity to say why we are here.

This is the blog of the ICA@Warwick, which (according to how we, a bit too grandly, declared ourselves in our Yearly Plan for next academic year) is an 'affront to intellectual apathy' on Warwick campus. Anybody who joins our society can post here, and we encourage everyone who comes on the blog to comment.

When next term begins, we'll be restarting our weekly meetings, which are led by our Chairman, Jonathan ("Joe") Rose, and follow issues given in our weekly newsletter, which highlights what we think are the most interesting stories of the week, together with links to web–articles.

We will be having trips out to 'current–affairs inspired' events around the UK, as well as going to talks/films being shown on campus.

Keep us in mind if you're thinking of joining new societies next year, or if you're currently commenting on the gun violence post and want to heckle me in person at the meetings!

If you want to know more, feel free to email (see the 'About Us' page)

Regards,
Scott Harrison, President ICA


- 2 comments by 1 or more people Not publicly viewable

  1. yes I've heard about this society and would seriously consider joining next year… it all seems very interesting. I bet the guy who does the chairing is really ace; he just sounds so good at it; not to mention committed.

    I wish I could be that guy… oh, wait

    04 Jun 2006, 17:41

  2. Wen Zeng

    Lol, narcisist.

    09 Jun 2006, 23:01


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