The university campus in Bory, which was filled with students, academics, and the public. Students enjoyed the event Beer with the Rector and had fun during an archery game, orienteering, and other activities. The festival culminated with a concert by the band Tata Bojs.
The event Year
One, which was part of the Day in Campus, introduced first-year students to
student organizations, the activities of the information and counselling
centre, and international exchange programmes and summer jobs. Participants had
the chance to learn Latin American dances Zouk and Bachata, and were carried
away by the rhythms of slam poetry. The program was complemented by a flea
market and a textbook exchange event. In addition to various textbooks, many
students purchased a hand-made Japanese flower Kokedama.
and drinks were prepared by Pilsen cafés, restaurants, and bistros, but also by
the University canteen, which offered visitors a 30-metre jubilee sausage. The
popular event Beer with the Rector attracted many students to a stand, where
the Rector Miroslav Holeček tapped beer.
This year, students had the chance to taste a new beer, the light lager
Ventil, as well as many types of beer crafted in the experimental mini-brewery Proud,
which is located in the reconstructed power plant on the premises of the Pilsen
Prazdroj brewery. The Rector spent the rest of the afternoon in friendly
conversation with students.
musician, who was awarded the Anděl Music Award in the category Solo Performer,
Milan Samko and his band “7krát3” performed on one of the stages, and at 8 p.m.
the campus was filled with songs of the multiple award winning band, Tata Bojs.
Before the concerts took place, the Rector Miroslav Holeček together with the
governor and Rector Emeritus Ilona Mauritzová, and the Mayor of Pilsen Martin
Baxa, congratulated the University on its anniversary. Martin Vachek, CEO of
the company Daramis, which is in charge of the project Unicity Living and was
the main partner of the celebrations, also expressed his congratulations.
stand of the University, students purchased University sweatshirts and T-shirts
designed to commemorate its thirtieth anniversary, and also exclusive garments
from the line #COPATUTOJE, which unites
the University with the City of Pilsen and the brand Horsefeathers. A portion
of the proceeds will be donated to the Oncology and Radiotherapy Clinic at the
University Hospital in Pilsen.
The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation was present on the campus. The Czech
National Marrow Donor Registry, with which the Faculty of Applied Sciences has
been cooperating since 2009, connected with 19 potential donors.