The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology's University Philharmonic Orchestra will perform several classical overtures from the likes of Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven for its fifth anniversary concert at Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre on March 22. The group will be led by conductor Ken Cheng and will also feature a violin solo by Matthew Tang. Tickets are priced at HK$80 to HK$120 - with half price for full-time students - from ihome.ust.hk/~su_upo/.
Psychology Society goes mental
The University of Hong Kong's (HKU) Psychology Society is hosting a trip to Castle Peak Hospital in Tuen Mun on Monday. The visit will allow members to meet with practising psychologists to gain a better understanding of the profession and the challenges they might face should they decide to pursue a career in the field. Fee is HK$80, with a HK$50 deposit. Forms available from CYM GO2. For details, visit www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=199418003404629&index=1.
Toast to new CityU club leadership
City University's Economics and Finance Society is hosting an inauguration ceremony on March 12 to mark the establishment of its 2011 executive committee. The formal announcement will be preceded with a brief cocktail session. Society members are urged to attend. For further details, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
HKU association opens house of fun
It's time to unpack that weird and wonderful costume. The House V Association of HKU will launch its Festival Week on March 5. The five-day spectacle will include a barbecue party, a three-on-three basketball tournament and a pub night, during which a prize will be awarded to the attendee with the most elaborate costume. For the full schedule, go to www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=165749956811009&index=1.
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