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first_imgBar prices at the Oxford Union are on course for a dramatic increase from Michaelmas term The bar lost almost £10,000 last year and the price hike is anticipated to be by as much 50% as a result of rising costs and falling profits. Librarian Matt Richardson said, “It is simply not viable for the Union to keep prices this low in face of spiralling costs”. The Union’s price change comes at the same time as increased prices are being introduced across Oxford’s college bars. Marcus Walker, President-Elect, admitted that “bar prices may no longer remain the cheapest in Oxford”, but the popular £1-a-pint on Carlsberg will not be affected. Union sceptics are angry at the proposed increases, especially given the complimentary drinks consumed by Committee members during discussions about this very issue. Presidential Drinks every Thursday sees large amounts of alcohol consumed by guests at members’ expense. One Secretary’s Committee member even spoke of a competition among committee members’ to make back their entire £140 membership fee in just one night at Presidential Drinks. Treasurer Ed Tomlinson stressed that several factors, including reintroducing music and carpeting in the bar area, mean that this term should see a return to profitability.ARCHIVE: 2nd Week TT 2003last_img read more

first_imgSUNDAY, APRIL 14 FRIDAY, APRIL 126:00 pm           BP Quality Citizen Award Reception                                                BP HS CommonsCarnival (6pm-11pm)                                                              5th & Logan8:30 pm           Movie Under the StarsSATURDAY, APRIL 136:00 am           Check In for Vendors Fair begins                                          5th &Main7:00 am           Masons Pancake Feed (7am-2pm)                                          Legion Building9:00 am           Outside Vendors Fair (9am-5pm)                                           5th & MerchantInside Vendors (9am – 5pm)                                                  6th & MerchantFood Court                                                                             5th & MerchantCar Show Check-In                                                                6th & MerchantChamber Information & Retail Sales Booth                           5th & MerchantHistorical Museum                                                                  5th & Merchant 3:30 pm           Car Show Awards                                                                  6th & Merchant4:00 pm           FCA / Kade Owens                                                                Downtown StageCheck in for River Valley Rally                                             4th & Main Noon               2013 TULIP TIME ParadeFun Cycles (12pm-5pm)                                                         6th & Merchant 10:00 am         Bartlett Arboretum (10am6pm)                                              4th & LinePet Show/Contest                                                                   Downtown StageCarnival (10am-11pm)                                                            5th & LoganCar Show (10am-4pm)                                                            6th & Merchant10:30 am         Duke & Duchess 2013 Crowning                                           Downtown Stage11:00 am         Check-in & Line-up for Parade                                              10th & Main11:30 am         Parade Floats Judging                                                             10th & MainDecorated Bicycle Contest                                                     10th & Merchant 1:00 pm           Car Show entry booth closesTwisted                                                                                   Downtown Stage2:00 pm           Bailey Wilton                                                                          Downtown StageCar Show People’s Choice Ballots Due3:00 pm           Neighborhood Riot                                                                 Downtown Stage 9:30 am           BPES 4th Grade Sing Team                                                    Downtown Stage9:45 am           OPENING CEREMONIES                                                   Downtown StageNational Anthem & Flag Ceremony by Scout Troop 361Welcome by Julie Gooch, Chamber PresidentPresentation to T-Shirt Design Winner (Sebastien Brown)Presentation to Button/Postcard Design Winner (Olivia Friend)Presentation to Print Design Winner (Cindy Roper)Presentation of #1 Print to City Library 5:00 pm           River Valley Rally begins                                                       4th & Main5:30 pm           River Valley Rally Trophy Presentation                                 Downtown Stage 9:00 am           Outside Vendors Fair (9am-5pm)                                           5th & MerchantInside Vendors (9am – 5pm)                                                  6th & MerchantFood Court                                                                             5th & MerchantLions Club Health Screening Van (9am-5pm)                        S. Merchant10:30 am         Community Worship Service                                                  Downtown stageNoon               Jazz for Jesus                                                                          Downtown StageFun Cycles (12pm-5pm)                                                         6th & Merchant 4:30 pm           Kansas Kountree Kloggers                                                     Downtown Stage 12:30 pm         Talent Show Winners                                                              Downtown Stage 7:00 am           Masons Pancake Feed (7am-2pm)                                          Legion Building 6:00 pm           Talent Show                                                                            Downtown Stage8:30 pm           Classic Rock Street DancefeaturingPoultry n’ Motion                                                        Downtown Stage by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The following is a list of events occurring in Sumner County this weekend, including the annual Tulip Time in Belle Plaine. Friday, April 12•Tulip Time  (see schedule below)•Futures Unlimited Child Check– Developmental screening for ages 0-5. Call 620-326-8906 x 245 for an appointment.Saturday, April 13•Tulip Time  (see schedule below)•Sicily’s Run– 8 a.m. for the 5k and 9 a.m. for the 1/2 mile fun run. Sign up at www.sicilysrun.com, and you can enter for the run on Enter2Run.com.•Trigger Guard Steel Challenge– Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. match begins at 10 a.m.  Everyone is welcome to come and shoot or just watch the match.•Pics with your Pet Fundraiser– 1 to 4 p.m. – Slate Creek Books-See flyer for more information•Spring Fling Dance– 8pm-10pm-WRCSunday, April 14th •TriggerGuard Concealed Carry Class-Cost is only $75.00! To register go to http://www.triggerguardonline.com/Online_Registration.htmlTULIP TIME SCHEDULE:Tulip Time 2013 Event ScheduleNot final / incomplete / subject to changeTHURSDAY, APRIL 11- SUNDAY, APRIL 146:00 pm           Carnival – Pay One Price Wristband Session (6pm-10pm)    5th & Logan 1:00 pm           Diversity                                                                                 Downtown Stagelast_img read more