On June 17, 2017, we will be hosting a second Charity Pub Quiz for Kumamoto Earthquake Relief. You can read up more on the event here and you can pre-register yourself and your team using this form! Teams of up to four-members are permitted. Don’t have a team? Don’t worry! You can still register a team and we’ll help you find one!
Fun, friends, and facts– and all for a good cause! What more can you ask for?
There are two nominees for the FuJET president for the 2017-18 council. The candidate with the most votes will win the presidential seat with the other party eligible for the vice-presidential seat. Before voting, here are their introductions.
Hey everyone! I’m Cormac and I’m hoping to be next year’s FuJET president. Why should you vote for me, you say? Well, I come from Cork in Ireland which is famous for the craic and banter and that’s something I will definitely bring with me to FuJET. I’m a social kind of guy and I love to meet friends new and old and make them feel welcomed. Also, I have a looong history of being involved with stuff that stretches all the way back to my school days so I am well prepared for the ins and outs of committee life. There’s no task too big or problem too small, let’s organising!
Please consider me for your #1 vote this election season ?
My name is Joseph Schlitz. I am not good at selling myself, but I am pretty cool. In the future I want to be a physicist and work for NASA. In my free time I like to program and cycle. I am easy going, and I approach issues with logic and reason. Also I like memes.
Details: This two-day festival in Iwaki’s Yumoto Onsen will be held to give thanks for the water that feeds the hot springs. The main festival takes place on the 3rd and will feature six mikoshi that will be carried around the town.
Details: This is a traditional festival held to celebrate the healthy growth of children. The festival honors the guardian deity of children in the hopes that it will keep the children healthy in the coming year.