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Join the Law School Tri-Grid Team

Runs from Monday, February 19 to Sunday, March 03.

The Tri-Grid Challenge is back for term 2! Track how far you run, walk, swim and cycle over two weeks to earn points and win prizes. If you would like to join the department's team, please email by 19 February.

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Economics Undergraduate Live Chat
Meet and Engage (Online)

Chat directly with staff and students from the Department of Economics to get your questions answered. Please check our Frequently Asked Questions before joining.

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Spring Term Reading Group: The Limits of Blame
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PG Tips
PG Hub (Junction Building, Floor 2)

Join the Library Team Tuesdays, 3pm-4pm in the PG Hub (Junction building, floor 2) for a break from your studies with free refreshments, to meet other postgrads, and to share tips on postgrad life. PG Tips will run every week throughout the term. This is an event which you can drop in and out of.

PG Tips is an opportunity to ask questions outside of your department and supervisor on all aspects of postgraduate life, whether that's how to apply for a PhD, how to balance your study time and your social life, or simply where does the best coffee or food on campus. Whether your queries are academic or pastoral, our Library Student Partners will share their advice, or direct you to the appropriate service.

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Dr. Atsuko Watanabe on the Indo-Pacific: A non-Western regional imagination
FAB3.32, Faculty of Arts Building
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PKEP Seminar - Nicolas de Warren (Penn State) - "Phenomenology of the After-Life"

Nicolas de Warren (Penn State) - "Phenomenology of the After-Life"