The board is now one member smaller as Jouko Kiesiläinen had to leave the position of trust due to lack of time. He will, however, continue as one of the two harrasment liaisons.
Now that the spring general meeting is upon us I remind you of TYRMY’s membership fee, which is naturally required to be a member. The fee is only 6 € and as decided in the last general meeting, you may now pay for a membership of multiple years; how handy! Should you choose to utilize this, please deal only in amounts dividable by six.
As a member, you:
- Are a part of Turku’s metal scene
- Support the beloved organization, music culture and student union activity
- Are entitled to attend members only events
- Get discount on select events and merchandise and priority in limited attendee events
- May speak and take part in decision making in organization’s meetings
- Are entitled to wear the member’s ribbon in appropriate festivities
You may transfer the funds to the account FI14 5711 1320 0434 71 and state your name in the message field of the transaction or by cash to the board in events.
If you haven’t been a member before, please also inform treasurer Hanna Yli-Paunu of your full name, your city of residence, your email address and if you are a member of TYY. Alternatively you may also use the form.
Now is an excellent opportunity to get to have a say on how and what TYRMY does right from your couch or wherever you feel comfortable. TYRMY’s survey for members and others who follow TYRMY (so you don’t have to be a member) is now open until the end of December. The responses are anonymous and they will be delivered to the board of 2018 to go through in order to develop TYRMY. The form is conveniently short and you don’t need to answer all the questions if you don’t feel like it, although it is recommendable.
It’s probably wise to do the survey straight away so you won’t forget it later. It does not take long or much, but it helps TYRMY quite lot! Thanks already in advance.
A member of TYRMY, Teppo Reinikainen, is making his bachelor’s thesis and along with it a survey for TYRMY. Please consider responding to that also, it’s likewise open until the end of December.
The situation of the association after the autumn general meeting is rather grim. More info:
The Student Union Council elections are upon us! If you are eligible to vote, please do so and give your contribution to student democracy. If you’d like to vote for a member of TYRMY, we provide a list for your convenience:
- Aaltonen, Laura. Hybridiaani, #78.
- Koivisto, Maarit. Vihreä vasemmisto, #36.
- Laine, Lassi. TYY terveeksi, #257.
- Luhta, Kaisa. Humanistilista, #72.
- Mylläri, Anni. Vihreä lista, #13.
Remember to vote and why not do it immediately at vaalit.utu.fi.
One of the candidates also delivered an introduction of herself in English:
Aaltonen, Laura. Hybridiaani, #78.
I have been a member of TYRMY since 2009 and consider myself as an active member. I’m a candidate for the Student Union of the University of Turku Council now for the third time and would very much like to continue to participate in the decision making of the Council. The Student Union is to a high degree quite familiar to me since I have been a project coordinator two times (2015 and 2017) and been a member of the board in the year of 2016; this is now my fourth year when engaging in the Student Union’s activity. A vote for me is a firm choice. Vote for number 78.
Traditional Academic Heavy Cruise sails this year again at November from Helsinki to Tallinn (M/S Baltic Queen). Read more here.
TYRMY will play football throughout the summer every Tuesday at 18 on Halinen pitch. The games will last as long as the weather is good. Come join us!
TYRMY cup starts again!
This year the cup will contain ten events and each participant’s four best scores from all events count. This means that you don’t have to take part in all the events to win the whole cup.
What the heck is TYRMY cup?
TYRMY cup is a playful tournament where TYRMY members can compete in different events during the year. The first TYRMY cup was a great succes and that’s why it’s now a yearly tradition. The ten most succeeded participants in an event get points according to their ranking (1st 10 points, 2nd 9 points, 3rd 8 points etc) and at the end of the year the most points collected are awarded with amazing cup trophy and of course fame and glory. Here you can read the official cup rules made by Jetro Vesti, the mastermind behind the idea.
TYRMY’s weekly floorball games continue on Tuesdays until the end of April.
We have reserved Iskeri (located in Ylioppilastalo A, above Proffan Kellari) from 8.30 pm to 9.30 pm. Notice that you should pay the university’s sports fee in order to play.
Even if you have no previous experience of floorball, you can still join: the others will help and instruct you. The game is really simple. There are floorball sticks at Iskeri, so you can borrow one if you don’t have your own.