October 25, 2019

Special Event: Jodi Kantor CC'96 and Megan Twohey on Breaking the Harvey Weinstein Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Sincere apologies for yet more activity in your inbox. However, since our email earlier this week we've had an exciting new opportunity come up and further developments worth sharing.

This Tuesday, 29th of October, Jodi Kantor CC'96—a Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and New York Times correspondent—along with Megan Twohey will discuss how they broke the story of Harvey Weinstein's sexual abuse in 2017. Exclusive to CUCL members, Kantor and Twohey will host a 30-minute meet and greet before the wider event.

Read on!

Courtney and Stephen

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Special Event!


Jodi Kantor CC'96 and Megan Twohey on Breaking the Harvey Weinstein Sexual Misconduct Allegations | October 29th @ 18:30


On October 5th 2017, The New York Times published a story that helped set off a change in the relationship between men and women in the workplace and beyond.

The piece, by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters Jodi Kantor CC'96 and Megan Twohey, broke the story of the Harvey Weinstein sexual misconduct allegations. Within days, women were coming forward with their own stories of harassment and abuse, igniting the global #MeToo movement.

Tickets include access to the exclusive meet and greet, plus a copy of Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey’s book She Said.

November Events:

Second Annual City of London Walking Tour | November 2nd @ 11:00-13:00


Join the Architecture Foundation (at a special price for CUCL members) for a walking tour exploring the City of London. Families welcome!

NEW LOCATION | November Happy Hour | November 2nd @ 13:00


New Location. Smiths of Smithfield across from Smithfield Market. Take a break on a Saturday afternoon and join us for a pint and a bite. 

Columbia + MIT Entrepreneurs | Early Stage Startups 101 | November 4 @ 18:30

This event is organised in collaboration with MIT and will start off with some words by the Founders Factory followed by entrepreneurs speaking about what it means to go from corporate to starting a business, startup growth, and pros & cons of various funding options.

Shelley von Strunckel, Astrology expert and New Era thinker | November 12 @ 18:30

On November 12th at the Royal Institution join The Seven College Conference of London's annual autumn event with guest speaker Shelley von Strunckel, best known for her intelligent columns on astrology and New Era thinking. Creator of the first ever astrological column in the London Sunday Times newspaper in 1992, she is regarded as the voice of reason in the often-confusing field of astrology and related topics, such as the power of the mind and spiritual matters.  Tickets are £30 (plus £2 service fee) and places are allocated on a first-come basis but must be reserved by 3rd November

Save The Date:

Holiday Party 2019

One of our biggest events of the year is coming up soon on Friday December 13th. Mark the date in your calendars and stay tuned for details. 

Feeling full of holiday cheer? Are you a festive soul? Want to help plan the holiday party to end all holiday parties? Then let us know! We can use all the help we can get to top the smashing success of last year's event. Send us an email and let us know what role you'd like to play: [email protected]

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