All saint’s day

All Saint’s day and the rector’s hours

Dear students, As you may have noticed during your shopping, store shelves in shops are now full of lights and flowers. What is the reason behind it?

Tommorow we will be celebrating All Saints’ Day – a Christian festival celebrated worldwide as well as a national holiday in Poland. On this day people visit the graves of their deceased relatives and leave on their graves flowers and candles. In the evening the cemeteries look quite spectacular, so we encourage you to take a walk through one of them.

On that occasion professor Izabella Pisarek, Vice-Rector for Academic and Student Affairs has announced Rector’s hours on October 31, from 3 pm and after this hour all classes will be cancelled. Please remember that November 2, 2018 is free from classes as well.

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