This summer has been different for all of us for so many reasons - the cancellation of Easter Term as well as holidays, festivals and so many other plans means we’ve just emerged from three months unlike any other. However, this irregularity was punctuated by what is becoming a significant event in every JCR Committee’s calendar: the Big QJCR Survey. Inaugurated last year, the aim of the survey was and continues to be to understand the general consensus of the Queens’ undergraduate population with regards to a number of different topics, themes and aspects of College life.
The 2020-2021 academic year, relative to its predecessors, will be unfamiliar to returning students this Michaelmas. There have been dramatic changes in the way our undergraduate community operates.
With the term of the 2019-2020 JCR Committee over halfway over (though not in terms of time in residence!), it’s time to reflect on what has been maybe the most trying time for a JCR Committee in Queens’ history.
Welcome to the new QJCR.org.uk! We’ve been busy redesigning the website to provide quick access to key links with easy access to welfare services, whilst also making it simpler to see what the JCR is up to with a calendar and updates section. The new Raven zone will let you book rooms around college, access minutes for JCR meetings and suggest discussion points for future ones. Our new website is now more flexible and will allow us to explore exciting ideas such as a Queens’ room database.