GEM strives to address and promote issues related to gender equality among the student body, through discussion groups, speakers, and other events.
The Clare College Cutty Sark Investment Society (CCCSIS or Cutty Sark for short), is a society aimed to prepare women for suitable investment careers and to educate its members on how to look after their savings.
As active investors, we invest our £70,000 fund in global equities and equity funds. We take the FTSE World Index as the index for our fund. Any profit we make is shared between the Nicholas Hammond Foundation and the Cutty Sark Fund.
In addition to investing, we also organise guest speaker events and networking opportunities with the intention to promote and make investment accessible to women from all academic fields.
Our meetings are usually on a Sunday afternoon in Memorial Court. No prior knowledge or experience is needed to be able to join; the committee provides teaching points each week to help new and existing members learn.
Facebook group: Cutty Sark Investment Society https://www.facebook.com/groups/1586299648342285/
Contact: Numtip Techa (tt394 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk)
Contact: Chloe Macauley (cem93 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk).
Contact: Charlotte Spruzen (cs884 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk).
Match of the Day society welcomes anyone interested to come and watch MOTD with us, as well as other televised football such as the Champions League and FA Cup! We essentially just meet up and watch as well as exchange some quality football chat. In addition to this we are running a fantasy football league and plan to introduce more activities throughout the year such as 5-a-side kickabouts and booking the big screen at the Riley auditorium for some matches.
If you want more information, contact Sam Chapman (sc993 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk).
One of the oldest and most traditional societies in Cambridge, steeped in mystery and met with awe. While the aim of the society can be summed up as “eat lettuce faster than everyone else to become the new leader”, the true meaning of this society cannot be explained by mere words, only the experience of attending the AGM. So come along and lettuce show you the power and importance of lettuce.
If you want to find out more contact Mat Best (mb2140 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk) or visit us at the Clare freshers’ fair.
A casual society with the goal of making friends over food. Additionally we are aiming to do something to raise money for a homeless charity (preferably through a cookbook).
Contact Denicia Bernard (deb44 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk).
2017 will be the inaugural year for Clare Cake Club. We hope it to be a very casual society for baking and/or pudding lovers – from both the undergraduate and graduate communities – to share bakes and eat. In Michaelmas, we will watch the Great British Bake Off on Tuesdays in the MCR with an opportunity to share your bakes. We will also have additional cake/baking-themed events – so do look out for announcements, including a Welcome event early in the year. Events will continue in Lent term, and there’s the opportunity to help organise The Great Clare Bake Off to be held in Easter term. We also look forward to hearing your suggestions on events. Do contact either Navin or Kasia if you are interested.
Navin Ramakrisha (nr384 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk)
Kasia Brzezinska (kwb21 [at] cam [dot] ac [dot] uk)
Clare’s Jewish Society, last year renamed to ‘Stars of David Attenborough’ (SODA) runs events throughout the year celebrating Jewish festivals, welcoming both Jewish and non-Jewish students. From the Bridge-mukkah candle lighting (celebrating Chanukah in the month of November), to our raucous Purim party, to cheesecake making on Shavout, SODA events aim to provide a relaxed, casual atmosphere where Jewish students can celebrate their identity and non-Jewish students can have a taste of Jewish life! As well as celebrating festivals, SODA is also here to help Jewish students with any queries they may have regarding balancing festivals and work, provision of Kosher food and any other problems or questions they may have. The society is here for all Jewish students, reform or orthodox, observant or not. For anyone interested in the society please Jake Gilbey (jsg57) or Jesse Anthony (jeca2) and we’ll add you to the Facebook group and be happy to answer any questions you may have. (PS getting involved in SODA will guarantee you have a kvelling mother, schlepping nachas about how their child maintains their heritage at university!)