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News from Oxford University – April 2007

It’s been another busy and exciting term for Oxford Aegis Society:
We kicked it off with the Hands Up For Darfur Day (03/02/07) at the Oxford Union in conjunction with Hands Up For Darfur. The event included a screening of Shooting Dogs, informational stalls for groups working in Sudan (like Kids for Kids, Medecins Sans Frontières, […]

April 14th, 2007|Students|0 Comments

News from Cambridge University

November 7th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

News from Durham University

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News from University College London

November 7th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

News from Manchester University

November 7th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

Screen Shooting Dogs in your university

If you have not seen this film, then we recommend it as a must and for those of you out there thinking about starting an Aegis society, this is a perfect event and useful as a localised ‘awareness raising’ campaign. We will endeavour to help you organise publicity material and a speaker for your event. […]

October 21st, 2006|Students|0 Comments

Aegis Students adopt the White Rose symbol

14 Oct 2006 – At the Annual Aegis Student Summer Conference the Aegis Students adopted a White Rose logo as a symbol of commonality with the White Rose Movement; a small group of students at Munich University who defied the Nazi regime in the 1940s.

 

The White Rose Movement was organised at the height of the […]

October 14th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

News from Kingston University

September 25th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

Aegis Students in Derby Celebrate anniversary

To celebrate their first year as a student society, Derby Aegis Society organised a dinner for its members.

September 6th, 2006|Students|0 Comments

Aegis Student Summer Conference

17 Aug 06 – The Annual Aegis Student Summer Conference was held in London on 17th August. Opening the conference, Aegis Trust Chief Executive, Dr James Smith, said, ‘We have to create public interest and that is where you can play a really important role.

He told the conference, ‘At the end […]

August 17th, 2006|Students|0 Comments