TUESDAY 29th: PLANNING FOR THE 30th!
All day:Banner Making for strike on the 30th
9am – 1pm: Economics Lectures – all welcome!
9.00am: MORNING MEETING – Building momentum for the strike – planning for the day ahead
10.30am: Workshop on talking to sixth-formers about the White Paper
LUNCH: Fajitas for all!
1pm: Raymond Geuss on Freedom of Speech and the University.
6pm: CUSU council EGM – voting to support the occupation
7pm: Marxist Discussion Group – A question of leadership film screening
9pm: Life Drawing
A WEEKEND FOR FREE EDUCATION!
JOIN THE OCCUPATION AT LADY MITCHELL HALL TO HEAR ABOUT THE HIGHER EDUCATION SHAKE-UP AND JOIN THE DEBATE
Saturday 26th November:
9.30 a.m. Breakfast free for all!
11 a.m. What is the White Paper? Academics including Dr. Priya Gopal explain proposed Higher Education Policy
3 p.m. CUSU Extraordinary General Meeting at New Museum Site. Come along and support educational activism!
5 p.m. Skype with other occupations
7 p.m. General Meeting: all welcome in consensus decision-making
8 p.m. Open Mic and Drama
Sunday 27th November:
10 a.m. Fuel Poverty Workshop
11 a.m. What future for Higher Education? Panel discussion with activists, political reps & sixth-formers
1 p.m. Big Lunch! Open for all!
2 p.m. Academics on the crisis: Dr Brendan Burchell on unemployment & special guests
3.30-6.30 p.m. Workshops! Alternative Futures; Traveller Solidarity; Feminism; etc.
6.30pm-12am An evening of music, talks and poetry. Featuring”Songs in the Dark” open mic, a talk from Selma James, a reading by Cambridge poet J.H. Prynne, and performances by musicians visiting from other occupations
Friday 25th November:
ALL DAY: Arts space against the cuts: banner-making and more.
12pm to 2pm: Women and the cuts workshop
3pm: UCU activist meeting, with a visit from VP of UCU Simon Renton
5pm: Occupation meeting — all welcome
7pm: Dinner and a movie: Weather Underground
Thursday 24th November:
10am : Morning meeting
11am : Meeting on JCR motions regarding the occupation — this is important if you want support in dealing with discussions in your college about whether to support the occupation.
1.15pm: Lunch-time meeting — great if you can´t come in the morning. Particularly focusing on political direction.
5.30pm: Protest against Michael Gove, The government minister for education, at the Law Faculty (http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=197486937001030)
8pm: Why We´re Striking: Cambridge Lecturers Speak Out, at Mong Hall, Sidney Sussex College (http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=233878596678690)
10pm: Acoustic open mic — music and poetry performance