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Connaught Hall bulletin

Connaught Hall bulletin



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The most recent edition of the bulletin. Connaught Hall is an intercollegiate hall of residence of the University of London.
The most recent edition of the bulletin. Connaught Hall is an intercollegiate hall of residence of the University of London.

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Published by: Connaught Hall, University of London on Jul 31, 2009
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Summer Bulletin
May - June 2010
Need a chat?
Term 3 can be a stressful time with course work deadlines,exams, and preparing to leavethe Hall at the end of the year.Sometimes it can be helpful totalk things over with someone.The Warden & Senior Membersare available most evenings and weekends and are happy to talk about absolutely anything at all. Just ask for a chat or visit the Warden during an open officesession, no appointment needed(
Election night
For residents who want to stay upand watch the results of the UK general election as they come inovernight on Thursday 6th May, we will put a TV and comfy sofasin the Bell Room, which will beopen all night. Eight hours of livecoverage starts at 21.55 on BBC 1.
Year photograph
The annual residents’ photo willbe at 17.35 on Thursday 13th May, weather permitting. You will beable to buy prints online for justa few pounds to remember your year in Hall. Make sure you arehere and in the picture!
Sunday afternoon tea
Tea & biscuits will be served inthe reception lobby from 15.45on Sunday 23rd May. The Warden& Senior Members will be there.Come and have a chat!
Please remember that smoking isnot allowed anywhere inside theHall, including the common rooms.
From the Warden
Quiet during exams
Please be especially considerateof your neighbours over the nextfew weeks and try to be quiet.Remember others may still haveexams after yours have finished.Respect others’ needs for quiettime: they may want to sleep or study at different times from you.Agree on quiet times with your neighbours. If you can’t agree, or if there is a recurrent problem, talk to a Senior Member or the Warden.Noise travels further than youmight think, so talk quietly incorridors; don’t let doors slamshut, and don’t run or shout inhallways or stairwells.Keep noise down in the garden.Be polite and try to help if your neighbour knocks on your door and asks you to quieten down;next time it might be you askingfor quiet!You
be quiet 23.00 to 07.00.
Study rooms
 We are trying to make morerooms available for quiet studybecause the library gets verybusy at this time of year. Check  with reception which rooms areavailable when.
End of year dinner 
There will be a special dinner for the end of term during the week commencing 24th May. Look outfor posters advertising detailsnearer the time.
Survey results
The Warden is still publishing freetext responses and further actionthe Hall is taking based on theresidents’ survey results on hisblog at
Senior Members

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