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    (Original post by lp386)
    Indeed, Caians are famous for their thongs.

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    I'm so sorry.


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    Especially if I've offended anyone religious :P
    :rofl: This is TSR you could have offended any number of people by accident

    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Stop talking nonsense about thongs.
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    (Original post by wibletg)
    Or you could just be a Jesuan and be done with it

    (Original post by lp386)
    Nope, not a patch on Jesus or Christ's. The number of people I've heard about being accepted by Jesus, pooled by Jesus, rejected by Jesus, having a friend in Jesus*...

    *what a friend I have in Jesus.**

    **Actually, more of an acquaintance. We don't talk that much any more.
    The Bible documents the pooling system well.
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    WOO FOR CAIUS

    cannot wait to start pummeling myself with textbooks
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    Anyone here going to Christ's college?
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    (Original post by shazz_alm)
    Anyone here going to Christ's college?
    I am! I'll be doing history, how about you?
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    (Original post by Muppetmad)
    I am! I'll be doing history, how about you?
    I am applying next year (i was just stalking the freshers chat to get a better idea of cambridge ) but im thinking of applying to christ's for engineering it seems like a nice college! Have you ever visited it?
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    (Original post by shazz_alm)
    I am applying next year (i was just stalking the freshers chat to get a better idea of cambridge ) but im thinking of applying to christ's for engineering it seems like a nice college! Have you ever visited it?
    Ah, of course - sorry, I only just read through your private message I'll respond to you there.
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    What exactly is on the maths B for natsci course?
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    (Original post by DJMayes)
    Pembroke people = Valencians

    Johns people = Johnians

    Corpus people = Corpuscles

    Emma people = Emmanue-whelps?

    what on earth is the link between Pembroke and Valencia?!
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    (Original post by iamsherlocked)
    what on earth is the link between Pembroke and Valencia?!
    It was originally called Marie Valence Hall after the 2nd earl of Pembroke, Aymer de Valence.
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    (Original post by bananarama2)
    What exactly is on the maths B for natsci course?
    It's the Maths A course but with some extra material, and it goes faster to compensate for that. You sit the same exam at the end of the year, but Maths B students have a greater choice of questions. Syllabus here.
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    I watched the documentary "the Real White Queen and her Rivals" today and it mentioned that St John's and Christ's colleges were both founded by Margaret Beaufort, which is pretty cool because she was badass. :ahee:
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    I watched the documentary "the Real White Queen and her Rivals" today and it mentioned that St John's and Christ's colleges were both founded by Margaret Beaufort, which is pretty cool because she was badass. :ahee:
    Sorry this is the wrong comment but on matriculation dresses I was worried LBD would be too formal... Phew! Also sooo much easier when you can just shove a shirt on. Why am I not male.


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    (Original post by lp386)
    It's the Maths A course but with some extra material, and it goes faster to compensate for that. You sit the same exam at the end of the year, but Maths B students have a greater choice of questions. Syllabus here.
    Thanks!
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    (Original post by Oboe1994)
    Sorry this is the wrong comment but on matriculation dresses I was worried LBD would be too formal... Phew! Also sooo much easier when you can just shove a shirt on. Why am I not male.


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    I feel the same way :lol: They should introduce a more standardised approach to female formal dress!
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    (Original post by Etoile)
    I feel the same way :lol: They should introduce a more standardised approach to female formal dress!
    It's the word informal that brings tears to the eyes. I mean, informal could be anything and smart casual is infuriatingly unclear.
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    A question for the current students. How often is one typically required to wear a dinner suit? I'm thinking of buying one since hiring every time could quickly get more expensive, but it would help to know roughly how often I'll need it. Thanks.

    PS: I'm going to St John's if that makes any difference.
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    (Original post by und)
    A question for the current students. How often is one typically required to wear a dinner suit? I'm thinking of buying one since hiring every time could quickly get more expensive, but it would help to know roughly how often I'll need it. Thanks.

    PS: I'm going to St John's if that makes any difference.
    Dinner Suit, I've worn twice over the course of the year

    Lounge suit is far more important, must have worn that at least 10 times this year.
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    (Original post by wibletg)
    Dinner Suit, I've worn twice over the course of the year

    Lounge suit is far more important, must have worn that at least 10 times this year.
    How much does a dinner suit cost to hire? I was thinking it would be around £50, and if that's the case then buying one might make sense even if it's only going to be worn twice a year.
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    (Original post by shazz_alm)
    Anyone here going to Christ's college?
    I am for medicine .


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