Festival ponders question of wealth
This year's Social Sciences Festival - an annual public affairs event held by the University of Hong Kong's Social Sciences Society - tackles an issue seldom addressed: hatred towards the rich. The event will include talks, displays and a group forum on the topic, followed by a discussion on the 'The Monopoly of Property Developers'. March 7-11, K K Leung Concourse, with forums at Sun Yat-sen Place. Visit on.fb.me/fl6R6j for details.
New film club leaders get star billing
The Film Society of the University of Hong Kong will host an inauguration ceremony for its new cabinet and the official start of the 2011-2012 session. The event will be preceded by cocktails with light refreshments immediately after. Formal dress is required. March 26, 6.30-9pm, Rayson Huang Theatre. Visit on.fb.me/fl6R6j for details.
Baptist University goes to polls
Nominations for the Baptist University student senate elections open on Monday. Seven seats will be up for grabs - one for each school or equivalent. To nominate, students should fill out a form and return it to the Office of Student Affairs before March 21. The form must be accompanied by at least 10 signatures from other supporters from the relevant school. For a copy of the form, visit bit.ly/f6g9cg.
PolyU paintball warriors take aim
Polytechnic University's International Students Association is hosting a paintball event in Kowloon Bay this month. A complimentary shuttle bus will be provided from campus. March 19, 5.30-8pm G/F Student Halls. HK$200 per person. Visit on.fb.me/em7k44 for details.