The Queens’ College Junior Combination Room (JCR), a.k.a QJCR, is the union of undergraduate students at Queens’ College, Cambridge. It is led by the JCR Committee, elected to collate and express the views of JCR members and enhance the community with social events, welfare initiatives and more, all in accordance with the constitution and policy of the JCR.
Hi I’m Jed, a second year law student from Bristol, and this year’s JCR President. My job is to both represent our lovely and amazing undergrad community to the people who run college, and to feed back with the student perspective. More importantly, my job is to lead this year’s spectacular JCR Committee! I’m looking forward to working collaboratively with this year’s committee to maximise the way it benefits everyone in Queens’ - allowing us all to get the most out of our time here. Outside of the JCR, I’d say I’m a bit of a library connoisseur (I am slowly making my way around all the Sidge libraries, and have strong opinions!), but can also be spotted in QCafé with a tomato, mozzarella and pesto panini. Any questions - college, JCR, or otherwise - please message me at my email address or on social media!
Hi everyone! I’m Georgia, a 2nd year Music student, and the VP and Secretary of the Queens’ JCR for the 2nd year in a row. I had such a great time getting involved in the JCR last year and wanted another year in the job! I’m really excited to work with the rest of the committee to represent your views to college, and work to make your experience at Queens’ the best possible. Outside of my JCR jobs of writing agendas, minutes, and attending college committees, I can usually be found in Waterstones cafe or singing in a cassock!
Hi I’m Emma, a first year economist and your JCR treasurer for this year. As treasurer I help to manage funding of societies and the JCR. This is mostly paperwork and emails to deal with reimbursements to societies, managing budgets and thinking how we can optimise the budget to benefit everyone (as an econ I am familiar with the utility maximisation problem!). More importantly, I organise stash orders and make sure the pool table is kept free! I’m very friendly and am always open to suggestions and want to hear how the JCR can improve college for you. If you have any questions, ideas or concerns, please email me.
Hiya, I’m Anya, your new QEnts president. I’m really looking forward to organising lots of fun and inclusive events with my committee in Queens’ to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to have the social life that they want whilst being at uni. Any questions, suggestions or comments, please just get in touch via email, instagram (personal or the QEnts account), Facebook, or just find me around college!
I’m Emily, JCR Access Officer for 2022-23. My role involves working with the college access staff to help organise and run widening participation events. So get ready for lots of emails from me asking for volunteers! (You do get ‘paid’ in buttery vouchers….just saying). However, I’m also here to help current students with anything that relates to access such as bursaries or finances so please drop me an email or Facebook message if you have any concerns/questions and I’ll help in whatever way I can.
Hiya! I’m Conall, a first year compsci and your Accommodation and Facilities Officer on the JCR. I’m in charge of organising the Room Ballot and running it with the College, as well as managing the JCR Room and ensuring its got everything people want in it, like Wii games, blankets and cushions. I also go to weekly Domus committee meetings with the heads of college departments so I can always work with them to solve any issues or problems with any facilities around college. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to email me!
Hey, I’m Abby, I’m a first year Classicist and more importantly, I’m the JCR Academics Officer this year! My role is to represent the JCR on the Library and Teaching Committees, as well as organising University Challenge in Michaelmas term. I’ll also be hoping to run more social activities as well, such as organising quizzes and supporting subject societies. I’m really excited to join the JCR and I can’t wait to see what we achieve this year! You can contact me at a[email protected] or just catch me in college!
Hi, I’m Aimee (she/her), a second year bio natsci and this years disabilities officer. I like to say that I’m from north London, but actually live in the middle of nowhere, north of London. I’m half deaf, so I know well how coming to uni as a disabled person can be a really daunting experience. I am here to help anyone and everyone with a disability/long term illness at Queens’, to make sure they get the most they can out of the college and the uni. I’m really proud of Queens’ because we are already a super accessible college, but nevertheless I have loads of exciting plans to improve it even more. If you ever need advice, a (poorly) listening ear, someone to chat to, or have any ideas as to making Queens’ more accessible, drop me an email.
Hello! I’m Saoirse. I’m a first year MML-er from Brighton and this year’s Environmental Officer at Queens’. I want to make Queens’ as sustainable as possible and I am really excited to be taking on this role. I’m passionate about creating initiatives that have both long and short term benefits for students and the environment, so if you have any ideas or questions please drop me an email!
Hi, I’m Mia, a first year English student and LGBT+ officer. I’ll be working to ensure Queens’ has a welcoming and inclusive queer community, and I’m looking forward to collaborating with the rest of the JCR as well as other student bodies to make this happen. I’ll be your port of call for all things LGBT+, whether you have a welfare concern or just a really good idea for a themed swap. As someone involved in student activism, I’m also keen to make some lasting changes, so please reach out if you want to work on anything together! I’m very friendly (when I’m not in the boxing ring) so feel free to email me.
Hello! I’m Hamdah, a second year natsci from London, and I’m the People of Colour Representative Officer for this year. You can probably find me in my room thinking about physics problems, or cashing in my free coffee from the café. I’m here to do my best to make Queens’ a safe space where People of Colour can thrive and be celebrated, and help strengthen our community by holding regular events. I hope that everyone can feel comfortable raising any issues they might have - feel free to email me with any suggestions/concerns or find me on Facebook!
Hi everyone! I’m Anna, a first year Chem-Eng/Natsci hybrid and I will be taking on the role of Sports and Societies Officer this year. If I’m not running around with Queens’ Greens or whacking over a few shuttlecocks, I’ll be trying to encourage you guys to instead! My job is basically to oversee the running of sports and societies within Queens’. I would love to get as many people involved in societies, which will include improving accessibility and making registration of new societies simple. I also support the use of various college facilities and the management of equipment. This year I’m aiming to spread the word of Queens’ successes and escapades on various social medias, as well as acting on any new ideas you guys may have. My big role in Michaelmas will be organising the societies fair which hopefully I’ll see all of you at!
If you have any questions at all, or have a suggestion for the societies system at Queens’, then give me a shout on Facebook or via email :)
Hi I’m Susie and I do languages! I love food and cooking, so am very excited to be the food steward for the JCR this year. I am obsessed with the buttery, Qbar and Qcafe and can’t wait to make them as fun as possible. I have got some big plans and I hope that I can implement any changes that you want to see. If you have any ideas or questions then please email me.
Hi everyone :) My name is Melissa, I’m a 2nd year PBS student and your Female/ NB officer for this year. My main job is too ensure the provision of all sanitary and sexual health products, as well as ensuring that welfare information is readily accessible to everyone. I look forward to running some great events throughout term to promote positivity and to strengthen the female/NB community here at Queens’. If you have any suggestions or concerns or just want to chat I am here to listen.
Hi everyone, I’m James, and I’m your new Male & NB Welfare Officer! I’m really excited about taking on my role making sure you have the connections to the Welfare Team at College, sexual health and menstrual supplies, and chill events to keep your welfare protected throughout the year. When I’m not doing that, you can usually find me reading cases wherever sells a good cup of tea, watching movies with friends, or trying to get into as many Colleges as possible! If you have any questions about welfare at Queens’ please feel free to email me or come and say hi in person :)
Hiya! I’m Jess, a second-year English student from London and this year, I’ll be your Women and Non-Binary Officer! My aim is to make all women and non-binary undergrads feel supported.I’m here to represent you! From planning the annual women’s dinner (hopefully covid restriction-free) to reviving Queen’s femsoc, I want to make sure Queens’ starts feeling like a community again. I know first hand that sometimes college can feel equally quite ostracising and overwhelming so look out, there’s some fun events in the works. More importantly, please don’t hesitate to get in touch - my door is always open!
Hiya😄, I’m Guanting Di, a first year law student from Beijing. It’s my absolute pleasure to be your International officer. Coming to study in another country must be foreign and even a bit scary for you. Don’t worry, I had the same experience and I’ll be able to help you with the potential issues faced by an international student, just like me in the past! Meanwhile, whether you are an international student who’s new to the life in Britain or someone who’s already familiar to it, you are all welcome to express your concerns and new ideas to improve the experience of your new academic life in here!
Heyo guys, I’m Kat! I’m from Vienna, Austria, study linguistics and, together with Flynn, am going to be your frep for this year. We’re the ones planning freshers week and making sure you guys have a great start of uni. Coming to this whole new environment can be scary, so if you have any questions, concerns or just want to chat, I’m happy to help! Contact me via email or on social media or just talk to me when you see me around college. Can’t wait to meet you guys!
Hi, I’m Flynn, I’m a first year Maths student from Belfast and I’ll be one of your freps alongside Kat for this year. This means Kat and I will be working together to make sure we provide the best fresher’s experience we can for incoming first years. We’ve got some big plans ready for you to look forward to in fresher’s week, and we’re really looking forward to meeting everyone next October! If you have any questions or concerns feel free to email me.
Hi, I’m Charlotte and I’m the external accommodation officer on the JCR committee and currently live at Owlstone Croft. I also sit on the Domus committee with all college departments so am well placed to work with them regarding any issues or suggestions for improving the facilities for college members living off of main site. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about living off site or any suggestions or concerns!
Hey, I’m Tom - a first year Phys NatSci. I’m running all things computers for the JCR, particularly the website, so let me know if something’s broken or suggest if there’s something we can do better.
Hiya! I’m Joe and I’m the Communications Officer for this year, meaning I’m in charge of the weekly newsletter! Expect only the finest and most quality updates about anything interesting happening in college, and by all means please send me an e-mail if there’s something you want advertised in it too!