All You Need to Know about Christmas on Campus

Posted On December 9, 2020

Every year the University’s campus transforms into a flurry of Christmas songs, smells and sights. Although this year it’s been much less busy than usual, KSU and UM have still teamed up to bring the students the festivities they deserve!

Christmas on Campus will be taking place over the course of 3 days from the 9th till the 11th of December. Various student organisations will be setting up their stalls with many Christmas related items for sale. All proceeds will be donated to the Malta Community Chest Fund and Id-Dar tal-Providenza to give back to those in need

Keeping track of all that’s going on may be daunting, so we have made it easier for you and gathered all the info you will need in one place!

9th December – ICTSA, ASCS, TDM2000, The Third Eye

10th December – HoASA, MKSA, Scubed, ESO, SDM

11th December – Insite, MHSA, JEF

Wednesday 9th December

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ICTSA: https://fb.me/e/SnsrwIYm 

What to expect: Homemade mulled wine, mince pies, and other Christmas treats

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ASCS: https://fb.me/e/1Y4IB8APA 

What to expect: Festive music, hot chocolate & lots of Christmas goodies

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TDM2000: https://fb.me/e/UJisBQ9Q 

What to expect: Coconut balls and a photo op with Santa Claus

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The Third Eye: https://fb.me/e/DLVXB8jR 

What to expect: Seasonal Pastries, Live Christmas Carols, and their own Christmas Cards Design

Thursday 10th December

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HoASA: https://fb.me/e/1KgL2Xrnt 

What to expect: An assortment of Cakes and Christmas Cards 

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S-Cubed: https://fb.me/e/1X3zCw6vp 

What to expect: Freshly baked goodies and warm drinks

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ESO: https://fb.me/e/1J3lQpZ92 

What to expect: A variety of Christmas treats and goodies

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SDM: https://fb.me/e/3PGZaViEh 

What to expect: Hot chocolate with panna & marshmallows and freshly baked gingerbread men

Friday 11th December

MHSA: https://fb.me/e/3eqQGGmt7 

What to expect: Various activities and games, competitions, as well as mulled wine 

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JEF: https://fb.me/e/3P4XYbpEj 

What to expect: Gingerbread cookies

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Insite: https://fb.me/e/37KgcWeeW

What to expect: Card writing to the elderly and chocolate treats

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This year Insite is sharing the love this festive season and hopefully bringing a smile to the residents’ faces who will be spending Christmas away from their loved ones. For just €1 per card, you can write a card to one (or more) of the elderly residents of Dar il-Madonna, Mellieħa. 

If you cannot make it on the 11th, the Insite Team can write a card in your name with your personalised message by filling out the form below and making the donation via Revolut:

https://forms.gle/5VNzxzhMzpnABhLs9

Written by Sarah Aquilina

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