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Reims campus student associations
At Sciences Po, associations help students in their personal growth through artistic, athletic and civic activities.
These activities are an integral part of the university's educational model, which emphasises accountability, teamwork, public speaking, civic-mindedness and humanism. Sciences Po encourages students to participate in extracurricular activities in order to foster their personal and academic growth.
"Permanent" student associations are those entrusted with the organisation of specific service-oriented missions on behalf of students. They participate in the implementation of the broad lines of educational strategy overseen by the Joint Commission and are employed in spheres involving the activities of the establishment, its academic programmes and according to the needs of each campus.
Association Sportive (AS) - Sports Club
The AS is one of the permanent bureaux on campus. It focuses mainly on making sure that everyone can be involved in and practice sports, as we feel it is very important in a student's life.
Especially Minicrit's sports (soccer, rugby, volley, basketball and cheerleading) are available but also a lot of other sports thanks to several partnerships with the city of Reims such as with the Tennis Club de Reims or with the FFSU.
The AS thus aims at taking part in the city's sport life, through sporting events or partnerships, and at integrating people on campus through their favorite activity and through intercampus events to get ready for Minicrit where all of the campus face each other in a sport and artistic competition, for which we will definitely be on the podium next year!
- President : Maria Gillin
- Vice-president : Gautier Merit
- Treasurer : Camille Pichol-Thievend
- Secretary : Alex Pilskin
Bureau des élèves (BDE) - Student Bureau
The BDE is one of the permanent Bureaux on campus. Its aim is to organize student life through inclusive events that would help incoming students to mingle and get to know each other and the city.
- President: Kenza Halimi
- Vice-president: Oscar Chabrat
- Treasurer: Sagar Babou Vassantrai
- Secretary: Amandine Buisson
Website: BDE on Facebook
Bureau des Arts (BdA) - Arts Club
The BDA's mission is to inform students about artistic opportunities and events in Reims, and to create opportunities and events on the campus itself.
We are involved in all possible realms of the arts - from photography, music and cinema, to theatre and poetry.
- President: Aurora Hawcroft
- Vice-president: Andrej Kovacic
- Treasurer: Cyriaque Spery
- Secretary: Gaia Bellavista
Sciences Po Environnement
Sciences Po Environment is the association dealing with sustainable development issues on campus. We thus aim at helping and encouraging each actor of the campus, be it Euraf, Euram and Exchange students, the administration, the teachers or the partners of the campus, to adopt a greener behavior.
Whether you are a vegan tofu eater or just interested by environmental issues, whether you belong to hundreds of green activist circles or whether you'd just like to bring little changes on campus, we need your motivation, your good mood, your dynamism, and your skills!
Our association is divided in 6 poles:
- Paniers Bio: weekly distribution of organic locally produced vegetables
- Natural Discoveries: organization of events such as hiking trips to raise awareness on the co- dependency of environmental and personal well-being
- Green Student Life: selling recycled paper readers, raising awareness on campus on sustainable development issues and managing the relationships with the other campuses for the special events...
- Green Campus: taking care of the relationships with the administration to make the campus greener
- Conferences: organizing conferences on campus about environmental issues
- Urban Agriculture: takes care of the newly opened vegetables garden on campus!
- President: Cyrielle Goldberg
- Vice-President: Inès Piat
- Treasurer: Pierre-Paul Bermingham
- Secretary: Arthur de Nortbécourt
The group aims at being an actor of the commemorations of the centennial of the First World War, and create a link between the campus, the City of Reims and the Rémois.
Contact: Jeremy Reeves
Amnesty International Sciences Po, Campus de Reims
This group project is affiliated with the French branch of Amnesty International. We wish to bring together, on campus, all those interested in defending human rights. We plan to organize events centered around major human rights issues, both on campus and within the town of Reims (by assisting the Reims branch of Amnesty International).
Our key focuses will include “10 Days to Sign” petition collections in December, a Reims book fairin November, the Spring of Youth Branches in April, but we also organize exhibits, debates and Urgent Action focuses regularly throughout the year. We will be more than pleased to welcome you and your ideas in organizing, planning and mobilizing on campus !
Website: Amnesty International on Facebook
Créée en 2006, l’Asociations des étudiants de Sciences Po Pour l'Afrique (ASPA), est une association de l’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris, association loi 1901, qui rassemble étudiants et anciens étudiants de Sciences Po Paris, Africains ou proches de l’Afrique, partageant la volonté de présenter l’Afrique dans toute sa diversité, de promouvoir et enrichir le débat sur les problématiques économiques, politiques et culturelles relatives à l’Afrique.
L’ASPA est une association ayant pour but de promouvoir l’Afrique au sein de Sciences Po Paris. L’association a été élue par l’ensemble des étudiants de Sciences Po. Nous constatons ainsi que les activités de notre association correspondent à une attente majeure des étudiants de Sciences Po Paris.
Chaque année, nous organisons différents événements, et dans le cadre de nos précédentes conférences, nous avons eu le privilège de recevoir des personnalités à l’instar du Président du Mali, S.E. Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta, du Président de la Guinée Conakry S.E. Alpha Condé, le Premier Ministre de la Côte d’Ivoire, S.E Daniel Kablan Duncan ou encore Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki (Secrétaire Exécutif de NEPAD), S.E. Soumaïla Cissé (Ancien Président l’'Union économique et monétaire ouest-africaine et S.E. Amadou Kane (Ancien Ministre de l’Economie et des Finances de la République du Sénégal) ainsi que Princesse Kamatari, Vérone Mankou (fondateur et PDG de -VMK Congo) et Rokhaya Diallo.
En 2016 sur le campus de Reims, l’ASPA a fait la semaine africaine et a accueilli des conferenciers, des ateliers, et des sorties culturelles.
Beavers Helping Beavers
We here at Sciences Po Reims are lucky to attend an institution where so many languages are spoken. Learning languages can often be hard, especially if students are unable to speak the languages they are learning outside of the classroom.
The goal of this program is to bring together native speakers (and fluent speakers) with those excited to learn and looking for help.
Campus Ambassadors is a group focused on the campus’s outreach to the outside world. In close cooperation with the administration, we seek to share the value of our experience at Sciences Po in general, and in Reims specifically, to all those interested in our community through campus tours, the JPO, visits to lycées, contacts with other universities, and all other activities concerned with the external outreach of our campus.
Champagne Tasting Club
The Champagne Tasting Club aims at providing the student with the oenologic and cultural knowledge related with champagne. From the grapes to the glass, we want to give students a precise insight on the regional emblem.
Contact: Astrid Hellouindecenival
Founded in 2011, we are the campus band that performs at school events such as Yelloween and Gala. However, our main objective is to work together throughout the year to write original music for the Collégiades to represent our campus.
Our association targets both Chinese people and students interested in the Chinese culture.
Our aim is to foster this wonderful culture throughout events organised both on campus and outside as well as discussions and debates on current social, economic and political events related to China.
We are currently working on establishing a “buddy program” that pair students so they can help each others learn Mandarin.
We look forward to welcoming you on our campus.
Groupe Local Coexister Reims, le mouvement interconvictionnel des jeunes, croyants et non-croyants agissant pour la promotion du vivre-ensemble.
Cordées de la réussite
L’initiative des Cordées de la Réussite se déroule dans de nombreux établissements scolaires de France et est appuyée par le ministère de l’éducation nationale.
Á travers des visites hebdomadaires dans 6 collèges défavorisés de Reims et l’organisation de sorties et d’activités (notamment un voyage de fin d’année) orientées autour du thème de leur choix, les élèves “tuteurs” de Sciences Po, réunis en petits groupes, auront pour objectif de nouer une relation durable avec leurs 10 à 12 tutorés, de développer leur curiosité, leurs connaissances en terme de culture générale et de citoyenneté, de leur permettre de s’exprimer avec plus d’aisance, etc.
En bref, il s’agit de partager une relation de découverte et d’entraide avec ces élèves afin de leur faire découvrir les clés et le potentiel qui leur permettra de dépasser l’auto-censure ou le déterminisme existant dans leur milieu éducatif.
Site web : www.cordeesdelareussite.fr
To welcome and integrate new students into the Reims Campus of Sciences Po and guide incoming studentsthrough the process of coming to sciences po and to Reims from abroad.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
Découvrir la littérature contemporaine
L'enjeu de ce projet collectif est d'organiser trois rencontres avec un écrivain contemporain dans l'année, une à la fin du premier semestre, une deuxième au mois de février et une troisième en avril.
Il s'agira donc de :
- faire la programmation : choisir l'écrivain, le contacter, le convaincre de venir, etc ;
- préparer la rencontre (commander les livres, organiser des sessions lecture collective/ débat) ;
- décider d'un programme (conférence, table ronde, ...) ;
- organiser la rencontre (contact avec la librairie, communication avec l'extérieur pour organiser des signatures, etc.).
Drama’Thalia is the one and only association promoting dramatic art on (and outside) campus. Our goal is to give the opportunity for everyone interested in drama to have a real taste of it. May you be an actor since your young age or just an occasional spectator, you will find what you have been always looking for. No exterior help is brought to our projects. It is drama by and for students.
Duel Amical is a journalism-based project that gives our students the opportunity to write and publish their own articles.
The basic idea of Duel Amical is simple : two students find a topic to write about and they each present contradictory opinion about it. By doing so, students have to develop their argumentation skills to both present neutral facts and to convince readers about their personal point of view.
Our readers then find two articles presenting two opposed points of view and they are encouraged to form their own critical opinion about the subject, after reading and carefully weighting two opposing arguments.
The European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) is an international organization with over 40 000 members in 41 countries, including 8 existing branches in France, which provides an access for students within the Champagne-Ardennes Region to the academic and professional legal network on a global scale.
Opportunities for its members include taking part in international conferences, having access to a database of law internships and traineeships as well as participating in delegations to the UN.
EPIC (Embracing and Promoting International Cultures) is an association whose goal is to promote the diversity of cultures on campus. We want to encourage students to share their culture and discover that of others, because we realize that in a multicultural university students tend to regroup around their own culture, or converge around an “international culture”.
We believe that the campus would benefit from, in addition to having a converging international culture, pulling out what makes each student special. We want to focus around certain themes, such as languages, arts and history (art, literature, music, traditions, history), and tourism.
Contact: Emma Peton
Exp(ose) aims at showcasing young artistic and fashion creations, from the Reims region and beyond it, during a night of art, glamour and intercampus socializing.
Foyer Saint Remi
The Foyer Saint Remy is a "maison d'enfant à caractère social" located next to the campus. This Foyer welcomes around 80 children placed here by the justice because their parents were not able anymore to provide them with proper conditions of living.This project aims to make SciencesPo students able to commit to the community.
In order to reach this goal this group organizes sessions in the foyer twice a week. Hence every week more than 16 students are mobilized directly in the foyer by helping children with their homeworks but also by playing games and sharing various times with them. However the group also wants to offer a chance for all the children to take part in afternoons that we organize around several themes throughout the year.
Our goal this year is to organize two afternoons by semester and to maintain the two sessions per week in the foyer. Speaking french is better to interact with kids, that is why we are looking for people speaking french or willing to progress throughout the year. So if you are interested in sharing memorable moment with children and taking part in a project that makes sense we are waiting for you !
France Exposition Universelle 2025
France Exposition Universelle 2025 is a student-based group project, which participates in a country-wide project of university students, who contribute to the development and projections of how should France EXPO 2025 be conceptualized and organized.
The project aim to put into practice the teaching through an exciting and innovating project. The specific objectiveof our group was to present the project of a pavilion to be hosted in the Reims station for France’s candidacy to Expo 2025.
Debating, expressing your emotions, liking pages and articles is good, but transforming your words into action is even better.
Hundreds of thousands of refugees flee difficult situations, persecutions or political conflicts. Most originate from Syria, Eritrea, or Iraq. Their arrival and settlement in Europe is in reaction to a situation of emergency. When awareness has already been raised at Reims’ Sciences Po campus, we think that it is time to transform our ideas into action.
The goal of our structure “Sciences Po acts for Reims’ refugees” is to help on the short and long run Reims’ organisations that already take care of refugees. JRS Welcome, the Secours Populaire, the Secours Catholique need your dynamism!
- On the short term, a fundraising will be put in place to help the Secours Populaire, who logistically helps the refugees.
- On the long run, we will create a network which will link Sciences Po’s students who wish to help refugees and Reims’ organisations, depending on their needs. For example, if the Red Cross needs volunteers to unload a truck, we will build up a team together.
Sciences Po is not only about talking about the World’s problems, but also about taking care of the world’s problems. We want to transform our indignation into the best we can offer: an action!
Find out more: Interagir on Facebook (fr.)
Joie de Livre
Our main goal was to offer an environment in which students can meet and discuss literature, and rediscover reading for pleasure. We discussed novels, short stories, and poems which fell under specific themes. This year our two main themes were murder mysteries and violence in literature.
Contact: Hedvig Listrup
Junior Consulting est la Junior-Entreprise de Sciences Po Paris. Association Loi 1901, elle fonctionne sur le modèle d’un cabinet de conseil entièrement géré et administré par des étudiants de Sciences Po triés sur le volet.
Depuis 1980, l’objectif de Junior Consulting est de permettre aux élèves de Sciences Po de mettre en application les enseignements dont ils ont bénéficié à travers la réalisation d’études pour le compte de professionnels.
Kaleido Magazine aims at capturing the artistic spirit of the campus and to act as an outlet for creative and reflective expression.
L'Association des Alumni
Depuis l'ouverture du campus en 2010, chaque génération d'étudiants a contribué au développement du campus et a participé à la construction de son futur. Ce faisant, chacun a pu forger ses propres souvenirs de son temps passé à Reims. L'Association des Alumni du campus de Sciences Po à Reims a été créée en 2014 pour faire vivre ces souvenirs et perpétuer les liens tissés entre les étudiants.
L'Association vise à créer des relations durables entre les alumni et à être une véritable plateforme pour les initiatives personnelles, notamment en encourageant les étudiants à s’investir dans l’animation du réseau des alumni. À mesure que Reims devient une composante centrale du Collège Universitaire de Sciences Po, l'Association des Alumni tient à accompagner le développement du campus et de ses alumni après leur départ du Collège des Jésuites.
L'Association des Alumni comporte :
- Un réseau académique : L'Association est une ressource pour les étudiants partant pour leur troisième année à l'étranger, ainsi que pour ceux débutant leur Master à Sciences Po ou ailleurs.
- Un réseau professionnel : Les étudiants du campus de Reims ont des parcours très variés et sont destinés à des carrières internationales. Le réseau professionnel des alumni partage l'expérience professionnelle de ses membres et accompagne les étudiants avec leurs interrogations sur le monde du travail. Nous vous encourageons d'ailleurs à rejoindre notre groupe sur LinkedIn !
- Un réseau social : Plusieurs rencontres sont organisées pendant l'année à Paris, Reims ainsi que dans les autres endroits où nos Alumni sont présents dans le monde.
La Strada is the Franco-Italian association of Sciences Po Reims. It was born originally in 2011 in the campus of Paris and its goal is to discuss with the students of Sciences Po Reims about political, social, economic and cultural issues of today’s Italy, but it also promotes the culture and the richness of the other Mediterranean neighbours.
Les Jeunes Européens - Reims
« Les Jeunes Européens - Reims », is a dual association:
- Firstly, it is a group project in Sciences Po, the aim of which is to raise awareness to European issues in a culturally diverse and often un-European landscape, with a high percentage of American students.
- Secondly, it is a formal association, recognised by the Law on Association of 1905. It is part of the larger "Jeunes Européens France", the goal of which is to militate in favour of, and throw to the limelight, the promotion of a European identity.
Here are a few examples of what we did last year and planning to do this year:
- 2 days trip to Brussels to visit the EU institutions
- Political debate at SciencesPo between representatives of French political parties
- Projection of the film Ida
- Europe à l’Ecole (we were invited to speak about the EU to children in their schools)
- Writing/translating articles published online (http://www.taurillon.org/ )
- Invite guest speakers at SciencesPo (Herman van Rompuy, Nicole Fontaine, Romano Prodi, Gilles de Kerchove)
Les P'tits Cracks
Students of Sciences Po in Reims are proud to support Les P'tits Cracks, a non-profit association aiming to accompany children during and after their struggle against cancer or leukemia, particularly by donating medical equipment and organizing outings.
Licra Sciences Po
LICRA Sciences Po is a subdivision of the famous French organization LICRA which is fighting against anti-Semitism and Racism for more than 80 years.
LICRA Sciences Po is an organizer of various events and activities aimed to educate and encourage the youth to join the anti-racist effort.
Living Chess Society
The Living Chess Society is a group of friends that gathers around a chessboard. It privileges jokes over good moves, lightness over seriousness, friendship over chess. This is what makes it Living. We want the 64 squares of the board to become the tool to understand the opponent, enjoy his presence, talk and have fun.
An association that represents the short film sector of Reims Campus; it is open to everyone regardless of previous experience in film-making. The purpose is to provide a space for students who are interested in cinema and movie-making.
The major outcome of this association is to produce a short-movie that represents our campusfor the Arts category in Minicrit, the end of the year competition between campuses.
Political Theory Symposium
The project was born with the aim of promoting political theory, a subject that already plays a core role in the student's’ academic curriculum, in the Reims Campus. The objective is to bring the students closer to the academic approach on political theory, giving them the chance to engage the main issues of the political theory debate with expert academics.
Contact: Veronika Cibulkova
PSE - Pour Un Sourire d'Enfant, Sciences Po campus de Reims
Pour Un Sourire d’Enfant is a French NGO based in Cambodia aiming at providing children who used to work in the dumpsites with quality education and vocational training.
On campus, as a small branch of PSE-development (the youth branch of PSE), we aim at raising funds to finance PSE Summer Camps and at raising awareness on the situation of children in Cambodia amongst the student body as well as amongst Reims community.
Since we have the opportunity to go as volunteers to the summer camps, we decided to raise money in order to help financing these. We are also trying to expand our action by getting in touch with the English branch of PSE based in London (For a child’s smile). If you want to join us or if you just have questions about the association and its action you can contact us via email , but also on Facebook by the name Ratana de PSE .
Reims City Broadcasting
Provide quality, regular student radio programming to the campus and surrounding community.
Reims International Model United Nations (RIMUN)
RIMUN’s objectives are:
- the organization of yearly conferences destined to students, with the aim of training them to the becoming the leaders of tomorrow
- the promotion of human rights, international cooperation and intercultural negotiation
- the organization of debates and workshops during the year through RIMUN on Campus in order to prepare students to the upcoming conference
- the representation of Sciences Po Paris in international conferences, through RIMUN Abroad
- the fostering of a student dynamic in Sciences Po but also in the city of Reims, in order to promote diversity
Révolte-toi Sciences Po
Révolte-Toi is a parliamentary debates association, supported by the Francophone Debates Federation, that desires to form new orators to public speaking and argumentations through workshops and tournaments.
We're involved in multiple nation-wide or international debates competitions such as the World Debates Championship or the French Debates Cup.
Website: Révolte-toi on Facebook
RIMUN on Campus
Bringing MUN to the campus through engaging debates and workshops.
Contact: Anita Skarpas
The Rotaract Club, supported by Rotary International, aims at taking actions of local and international public interest.
As students of the Reims Campus of Sciences Po, we have two main objectives:
- promoting international and cultural exchanges through the Welcome Program, in partnership with Notre-Dame Junior High School
- raising funds for humanitarian support (diner-conference in partnership with the Rotary Club of Reims, concerts, bake and champaign sales, food drives etc.), in particular for the actions of Shelter Box (which provides emergency shelter and vital supplies to support communities around the world overwhelmed by disaster/humanitarian crisis). We also seek to help local causes such as Restos du Cœur.
Website: Rotaract Club on Facebook
Sciences Econ sought to enrich the campus's as well as the members's interest in the field of economics through debates, both inside and outside the group. Moreover, because of Sciences Pos long tradition of public service and contribution in the political sphere (french and international), Sciences Econ's main goal was to illustrate the importance of economic analyse and policy in politics.
Sciences Geek’s goal is to bring a new eye to the geek culture and wipe away all of the clichés it can bring. We aim at discussing contemporary issues through video games, comics and pop culture to bring a more ludic way to debate between students. We want to organize events related to the geek culture such as video game tournaments, conferences and expositions.
We will also propose computing tutorials to help students with their computer problems (Office, code courses, software repairs etc …).
Contact: Julien Verrier
Sciences O, promeut la culture des territoires d'outremer.
Sciences Paws aims at raising awareness and funds to contribute to the promotion and protection of animal rights at different scales. To do so, we organise events on campus (such as vegetarian dinners, documentary screenings, conferences etc.) as well as regular shelter visits to the animal shelter we are partner with in Reims, called Les Amis des Bêtes.
This year, we thus had the pleasure to greet on campus representatives from international NGOs such as the International Fund for Animal Welfare and Sea Shepherd !
The Sciences Paws team looks forward to informing you about what actions can be taken at the individual level to support the conservation and well-being of animals.
Do not hesitate to visit our website www.sciencespaws.com for a longer description of our mission and aims!
Sciences Po Against Slavery
Slavery is one of the greatest injustices present in the modern world, and it is key that future political, economic, and legal professionals are made aware of the severity of human trafficking today.
SciencesPo Against Slavery will ensure that our campus community gains a fuller understanding of human trafficking, as well as take part in and introduce the community to avenues for contributing to the fight to end slavery.
Sciences Po Union
The Sciences Po Union hosts formal monthly debates on different issues, mainly political, of our Euro-American region. This is meant to be an English speaking debate club in which, at every event, three (students, teachers, guests or members of the wider Reims community) will defend a motion and other three will oppose it.
The aim of Sciences Polémiques is to introduce students to public speaking, and to promote the taste for oratory arts, well-written speeches and interesting debates.
Sciences Polémiques wishes to do so thanks to workshops, debates and speech contests, in the tradition of French "éloquence".
Although we bring many different political views to the project, we are connected through our shared belief in the nature of “the public”, which for us encompasses a culture of lively debate, the struggle for equal access to public goods, as well as an effort to limit the influence of special interest on public policy making. In this spirit, we have chosen the name “Sciences Publica” for our group, hoping to create a lasting forum for alternative thought at Sciences Po.
We are hoping to create controversial debates on campus, reach out to the local Reims community by offering them bilingual panel discussions and volunteering with local organizations, and inspire other students on campus to get involved in working for a stronger democracy.
Simple Law is a legal database which aims to create a more informed public by organizing laws into clear, navigable, and comprehensive categories.
Simple Law seeks to give individuals the power to easily and independently learn about the laws which affect their lives without relying on third party interpretation.
Reims Student Communication is a student-created institution with the aim of facilitating and channeling communication on campus. It creates and maintains a platform for the efficient exchange of information, both between student associations/group projects and the Reims campus, the administration and the students and the general public.
Contact: Stella Chene
TEDx Sciences Po Campus Reims
The objective of our TEDx event was to spread innovative knowledge throughout our campus with the interactive and original conferences made by our speakers, coming from various backgrounds and countries with numerous professional and life stories.
Contact: Karolina Brucknerova
The Couch Potatoes
Whether you're a compulsive binge-watcher able to consume four seasons of Game of Thrones in three days, or simply a casual spectator who just wants to have a good time watching Scandal, The Couch Potatoes got you covered.
We are a brand new association about TV shows, seeking to talk and debate about the contemporary issues brought by the eighth art through articles, screenings, conferences, debates and many other events. TV Shows are now an art, let’s present them in a whole new manner that will both entertain us, but also make us reflect upon many contemporary issues.
The Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)
DLS is a student-run association dedicated to bringing smart, engaging and influential speakersto the SciencesPo Community.
The Feminist Society
Feminism can be defined as any form of activism and/or study of equal rights and equal treatment among all genders, binary and nonbinary. The objective of the Feminist Society is to encourage not only the existence of feminist discourse in the halls of Sciences Po, but also to provide a space for students to explore both traditional and new constructs of feminism.
This year, the association has expanded its reach to a more research-based field, believing that while it is important to study the great feminists of our time, we as students must contribute to the body of work in the environment in which we study.
The Sundial is a campus-wide magazine dedicated to producing top-quality news and opinion pieces written by students.
The Sundial TV
The Sundial TV is the TV channel of the Euro-American campus. Its team is composed of students who wish to inform and entertain Sciences Pistes and other net surfers through the report of the news of the campus, the events in the city, and so much more.
SciencesPo’s a cappella choir: to encourage creative expression and personal development through musical collaboration, and maintain a strong and positive presence in our campus environment.
Think Libéral Sciences Po
Think Libéral est une association souhaitant contribuer au débat d'idées à Sciences Po. Son objectif consiste à faire mieux connaître la pensée libérale en diffusant textes, articles de presse et académiques, publications de l'équipe et contributions d'étudiants. L'association organise différents événements contribuant à la vie de l'école : conférences, apéros, séances ciné-club, forum.
Site internet : http://lthinkliberal.org/
Page Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/lthink.liberal/
TOC (La Table des Obsédés Culinaires)
TOC is the new culinary association of the Reims campus. It is aimed at promoting cookingwithin the campus by organizing various events (culinary contests…) and cooking lessons with professionals. We will also suggest recipes and enable students to share theirs with others.
We are the campus' supporters. Our aim is to foster the euro-american program’s spirit and cohesion all throughout the year, in order to deliver a strong showing at Minicrit (a sport and art competition between all 8 campuses of SciencesPo Paris).
Our objective is to create a supportive and inclusive environment so that all students feel part of this campus, ideally contributing to the Minicrit effort by playing sports, or getting involved in arts, or just plain supporting.
If you were that kid who grew up with Miyazaki, that kid whose father forced to sit through the Godfather until he ended up loving it: UnFramed is for you. If you just want to stay updated on the latest films that came out: UnFramed is for you. If you have any kind of interest in cinema, UnFramed is for you!
Through reviews, articles, debates and conferences, UnFramed will provide you more than enough opportunities to write out your wildest interpretations of 2001, to express your justified frustration with the Oscars, or to discuss words of wisdom from your favorite directors, such as: "Cinema is a matter of what's in the frame and what's out." (Martin Scorsese). Cinephiles of Reims, UnFramed is the association to follow!
Contact: Charles Hindi
UNICEF Campus Reims
As acting on behalf of UNICEF, a solidary organisation, our interests at heart are child protection and welfare and raising awareness about the poor conditions children all over the world are faced with. As a campus-based association, UNICEF Campus Reims acts on a local level both on and off campus, in cooperation with UNICEF Marne, uniting to serve the cause in Reims and raise funds for causes in the name of children's rights.
Contacts: Claire Nouet
The Welcome Program (by Rotaract)
How best to approach a foreign culture? How best to integrate into a new environment across the world from one's own country?
Worried about such questions and insecurities, the Welcome program association, run by the Rotaract Club of Sciences Po Paris - Reims Campus, in partnership with Notre-Dame Junior High School, offers to put foreign students in contact with local families. These families generously offer to welcome students from time to time over a meal, an outing, a family activity...
Events gathering all families and students involved in the program are also organized all year long in order to foster those cultural exchanges (visits, theatre outings, themed meetings, etc.).
Like so, students get the opportunity to benefit to the fullest from the social and cultural experience that surrounds them by a language immersion, as well as to tie bonds with local families.
Our association aims to produce an American-style yearbook capturing key moments and events from the school year and highlight the illustrious spirit of the Reims campus.