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## Uni Stuff => Universities - Victoria => University of Melbourne => Topic started by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:42:03 am

Title: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:42:03 am
ive started this thread to ask current/future uom students what clubs or societies they belong to or plan to join

while i definatly want to join a club or something at uni but im still very much undecided on which one is for me

id love to hear real experiences of current students and their club activites as im kinda scared of joining, commiting myself socially/financially for a semester and then finding out i dont particulary like it a week later
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 12:44:45 am
I was looking forward to join MUMS, but now ....  :'(
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:49:28 am
wouldnt they have something similar?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: /0 on January 12, 2010, 12:49:35 am
O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 12:49:58 am
wouldnt they have something similar?
Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :(
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:51:45 am
wouldnt they have something similar?
Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :(

the come to uom.....u know u want to :)
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 12:52:15 am
wouldnt they have something similar?
Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :(

the come to uom.....u know u want to :)
Nah, then I'd be forced to pick Commerce. :P

O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?
Make sure you go out partying with humph each night :P
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:53:42 am
wouldnt they have something similar?
Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :(

the come to uom.....u know u want to :)
Nah, then I'd be forced to pick Commerce. :P

lol ok
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 12:54:48 am
O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?

i would imagine a uni as good as anu would have something like that, but i have no idea
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: dejan91 on January 12, 2010, 01:48:08 am
Yeah, ski club (or MUSKI) definitely for now, and prob something else too. I'll see what there is.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 02:02:05 am
muski would only operate during the ski season yeah?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: kat148 on January 12, 2010, 02:24:46 am
O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?

Yes, their clubs and societies webpage lists a Mathematics Society and Physics Students' Society :]
(Full list found here: http://sa.anu.edu.au/clubs-societies/affiliated-clubs)
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: /0 on January 12, 2010, 02:31:47 am
O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?

Yes, their clubs and societies webpage lists a Mathematics Society and Physics Students' Society :]
(Full list found here: http://sa.anu.edu.au/clubs-societies/affiliated-clubs)

thx kat :)

lol "ANUSA", how unfortunate
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: humph on January 12, 2010, 03:18:42 am
O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?
There actually is no maths society as yet, but there's one being created as we speak, should be up and running by O-week (see the link below). Hopefully I should be a part of it when I get back to Canbore.

I don't know how active the physics society is, but they do issue some pretty sweet tshirts that you'll see around campus, my favourite being:

God said

\begin{align}
\nabla \cdot \mathbf{E} & = 0 \\
\nabla \cdot \mathbf{B} & = 0 \\
\nabla \times \mathbf{E} & = - \frac{\partial\mathbf{B}} {\partial t} \\
\nabla \times \mathbf{B} & = \mu_0 \varepsilon_0 \frac{\partial \mathbf{E}} {\partial t}
\end{align}

and there was light.

Oddly enough, there is a very popular astrophysics society (aptly named the Black Hole Society) that runs some interesting seminars and pizza/movie nights every now and then - I highly recommend you join it (it's strange though because there are a lot more BHS members than students actually studying astrophysics!).

O shit is there an ANU math/physics club?

Yes, their clubs and societies webpage lists a Mathematics Society and Physics Students' Society :]
(Full list found here: http://sa.anu.edu.au/clubs-societies/affiliated-clubs)

thx kat :)

lol "ANUSA", how unfortunate
A source of constant amusement  ;D Quite a few of my friends are on it this year; the President goes to Bruce Hall.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Edmund on January 12, 2010, 01:48:50 pm
I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Fyrefly on January 12, 2010, 02:08:40 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: IntoTheNewWorld on January 12, 2010, 02:11:00 pm
U weren't old enough for sausage? :P

lol giving out free "sausages".

...
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: vexx on January 12, 2010, 02:12:33 pm
what do you even do in these clubs?
is it like you have group meetings once a week and discuss things?
hmm.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 02:19:07 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
ANIME [email protected][email protected][email protected]

SHOW ME AROUND FYREFLY PLS!!!

oh and minifest is held at monash this year ^.^
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Edmund on January 12, 2010, 02:20:44 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
Nah didn't know what to do with sausage :(
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: crappy on January 12, 2010, 02:28:13 pm
what do you even do in these clubs?
is it like you have group meetings once a week and discuss things?
hmm.

I havent really been in one yet but it depends on what kind of club it is, at monash there's a video game club and they have lan parties and overnight stuff.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 02:30:50 pm
what do you even do in these clubs?
is it like you have group meetings once a week and discuss things?
hmm.

I havent really been in one yet but it depends on what kind of club it is, at monash there's a video game club and they have lan parties and overnight stuff.
dohhhtarrrr?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: dejan91 on January 12, 2010, 03:25:28 pm
muski would only operate during the ski season yeah?

Well...primarily. The ski trips yes, but they've got like parties, river cruises, BBQ's. and yeah... it's cool.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Fyrefly on January 12, 2010, 03:36:42 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
ANIME [email protected][email protected][email protected]

SHOW ME AROUND FYREFLY PLS!!!

oh and minifest is held at monash this year ^.^

Lol!!

They're a really friendly mob, and they usually dress in cosplay during the clubs and societies carnival (o-week and first week of uni).
They have an anime night once a week where everyone's welcome to come and watch whatever episodes they're playing.
It was on a Wednesday night last semester though, and I didn't have class on Wednesdays.

Yeah, they do heaps of stuff... quite an active club.

http://forum.claytonanime.org/

Minifest is @ Monash this year??
Awesome!

Isn't it usually @ UoM tho?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: TrueTears on January 12, 2010, 03:43:44 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
ANIME [email protected][email protected][email protected]

SHOW ME AROUND FYREFLY PLS!!!

oh and minifest is held at monash this year ^.^

Lol!!

They're a really friendly mob, and they usually dress in cosplay during the clubs and societies carnival (o-week and first week of uni).
They have an anime night once a week where everyone's welcome to come and watch whatever episodes they're playing.
It was on a Wednesday night last semester though, and I didn't have class on Wednesdays.

Yeah, they do heaps of stuff... quite an active club.

http://forum.claytonanime.org/

Minifest is @ Monash this year??
Awesome!

Isn't it usually @ UoM tho?
Yeah that sounds awesome, I'm so joining haha

Minifest is normally at UoM but it's at Monash this year!!
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 05:47:02 pm

@ Monash, I'm a member of the anime, Japanese, STEW and ECSS clubs.

Not overly active in any of them... I plan to be more-so for Jap and STEW this year, since I don't have the Jap conversation group anymore (the senpai who organised it graduated).

I joined the Science society and all they gave out were free beer and sausages, which I wasn't old enough for :(

U weren't old enough for sausage? :P
ANIME [email protected][email protected][email protected]

SHOW ME AROUND FYREFLY PLS!!!

oh and minifest is held at monash this year ^.^

Lol!!

They're a really friendly mob, and they usually dress in cosplay during the clubs and societies carnival (o-week and first week of uni).
They have an anime night once a week where everyone's welcome to come and watch whatever episodes they're playing.
It was on a Wednesday night last semester though, and I didn't have class on Wednesdays.

Yeah, they do heaps of stuff... quite an active club.

http://forum.claytonanime.org/

Minifest is @ Monash this year??
Awesome!

Isn't it usually @ UoM tho?
Yeah that sounds awesome, I'm so joining haha

Minifest is normally at UoM but it's at Monash this year!!

i was thinking of joining the uom anime club but i dont see myself as some hardcore otaku
i do enjoy watching anime tho :P
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: cipherpol on January 12, 2010, 05:52:33 pm
i was thinking of joining the uom anime club but i dont see myself as some hardcore otaku
i do enjoy watching anime tho :P

[IMG]http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/8284/largeanimepaperwallpapeut.jpg[/img]
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Fyrefly on January 12, 2010, 06:11:56 pm
i was thinking of joining the uom anime club but i dont see myself as some hardcore otaku
i do enjoy watching anime tho :P

I can probably still count the number of anime I've watched (as in, more than a few episodes) on my fingers... haven't even started on my toes yet.

I reckon you should join :)
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: IntoTheNewWorld on January 12, 2010, 06:14:28 pm
I can probably still count the number of anime I've watched (as in, more than a few episodes) on my fingers... haven't even started on my toes yet.

D:

I is disappoint =[
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 06:18:50 pm
i was thinking of joining the uom anime club but i dont see myself as some hardcore otaku
i do enjoy watching anime tho :P

I can probably still count the number of anime I've watched (as in, more than a few episodes) on my fingers... haven't even started on my toes yet.

I reckon you should join :)

ok by that system im an otaku
id say im very quickly running out of toes to count xD
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Fyrefly on January 12, 2010, 06:28:24 pm
I can probably still count the number of anime I've watched (as in, more than a few episodes) on my fingers... haven't even started on my toes yet.

D:

I is disappoint =[

Ha ha... dw... I'm watching more atm... I finished Clannad last week... I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough.
I don't have time to watch anime during the year... only over summer do I have such a luxury XD
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: the.watchman on January 12, 2010, 06:35:55 pm
I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough.

Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: ReVeL on January 12, 2010, 09:36:59 pm
I joined a few clubs/societies last year, some of which were good but others not so. It depends on what you're into.

I highly recommend joining MASS (Melbourne Arts Students Society), SSS (Science Students Society) and CSS (Commerce Students Society), which hold regular BBQ's with free beer and sausages. These BBQ's are definately good places to chill with friends in your spare time. By memory, I think they cost like $2 per society (I think the CSS is abit more expensive) or something so it's definately worth it and you usually get other discounts for pubs around uni too. Also they e-mail/txt you upcomming parties that are being organised which is handy if you want to go to them, because they generally sell out very quickly and knowing when/where tickets are being sold is good. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: *ryan777* on January 12, 2010, 09:54:07 pm I joined a few clubs/societies last year, some of which were good but others not so. It depends on what you're into. I highly recommend joining MASS (Melbourne Arts Students Society), SSS (Science Students Society) and CSS (Commerce Students Society), which hold regular BBQ's with free beer and sausages. These BBQ's are definately good places to chill with friends in your spare time. By memory, I think they cost like$2 per society (I think the CSS is abit more expensive) or something so it's definately worth it and you usually get other discounts for pubs around uni too. Also they e-mail/txt you upcomming parties that are being organised which is handy if you want to go to them, because they generally sell out very quickly and knowing when/where tickets are being sold is good.

do u need to be a student in their particular faculty to join or is it open to all?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: squance on January 12, 2010, 11:03:11 pm
I joined a few clubs/societies last year, some of which were good but others not so. It depends on what you're into.

I highly recommend joining MASS (Melbourne Arts Students Society), SSS (Science Students Society) and CSS (Commerce Students Society), which hold regular BBQ's with free beer and sausages. These BBQ's are definately good places to chill with friends in your spare time. By memory, I think they cost like $2 per society (I think the CSS is abit more expensive) or something so it's definately worth it and you usually get other discounts for pubs around uni too. Also they e-mail/txt you upcomming parties that are being organised which is handy if you want to go to them, because they generally sell out very quickly and knowing when/where tickets are being sold is good. do u need to be a student in their particular faculty to join or is it open to all? Its usually open to all. Heck, I joined the Music Society last year and I was an engineering student :D Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: Edmund on January 12, 2010, 11:15:34 pm I joined a few clubs/societies last year, some of which were good but others not so. It depends on what you're into. I highly recommend joining MASS (Melbourne Arts Students Society), SSS (Science Students Society) and CSS (Commerce Students Society), which hold regular BBQ's with free beer and sausages. These BBQ's are definately good places to chill with friends in your spare time. By memory, I think they cost like$2 per society (I think the CSS is abit more expensive) or something so it's definately worth it and you usually get other discounts for pubs around uni too. Also they e-mail/txt you upcomming parties that are being organised which is handy if you want to go to them, because they generally sell out very quickly and knowing when/where tickets are being sold is good.

do u need to be a student in their particular faculty to join or is it open to all?

Its usually open to all.
Heck, I joined the Music Society last year and I was an engineering student :D
What happens in the Music Society?

I will join AA (AznAustralian Association) this year and maybe MUMS to gain some of Neobeo's Maths leetnezz :P
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: squance on January 12, 2010, 11:20:27 pm
LOL.
I didn't really participate in the Music Society :P :P

But they have regular BBQ's, Music Ball, Booze Cruise and other stuff that I can't remember.

I join heaps of clubs but I never go to the meetings because I usually can't be stuffed.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: ReVeL on January 13, 2010, 01:25:39 pm
I joined a few clubs/societies last year, some of which were good but others not so. It depends on what you're into.

I highly recommend joining MASS (Melbourne Arts Students Society), SSS (Science Students Society) and CSS (Commerce Students Society), which hold regular BBQ's with free beer and sausages. These BBQ's are definately good places to chill with friends in your spare time. By memory, I think they cost like 2 per society (I think the CSS is abit more expensive) or something so it's definately worth it and you usually get other discounts for pubs around uni too. Also they e-mail/txt you upcomming parties that are being organised which is handy if you want to go to them, because they generally sell out very quickly and knowing when/where tickets are being sold is good. do u need to be a student in their particular faculty to join or is it open to all? Definately not. Each one is open to all. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: TrueTears on January 13, 2010, 06:48:19 pm I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough. Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D Get some tissues ready. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: the.watchman on January 13, 2010, 06:51:16 pm I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough. Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D Get some tissues ready. Yep that's right! But the start isn't so tear-provoking :) Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: QuantumJG on January 13, 2010, 11:14:02 pm lol your sig says your going to monash anyway wouldnt they have something similar? Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :( I joined MUMS and PSS but was not active in either. I'm going to be more active with MUMS since I know about Ahmad and Neobeo. Darn TT, I wish you were going to UoM :(. Btw: When I grow up I want to be like Neobeo and Ahmad at maths. Lol. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: rustic_metal on January 14, 2010, 01:47:07 am Secular Society, Science Students Society and Uni Blues (and maybe touch rugby) for me. =) Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: QuantumJG on January 14, 2010, 11:39:13 am Secular Society, Science Students Society and Uni Blues (and maybe touch rugby) for me. =) The secular society sounds interesting, I might join it. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: QuantumJG on January 14, 2010, 11:43:24 am lol your sig says your going to monash anyway wouldnt they have something similar? Nah MUMS is da bomb, there's no Ahmad/Neobeo at Monash :( the come to uom.....u know u want to :) Nah, then I'd be forced to pick Commerce. :P You could always do a B.Comm (Finance & economics) & Dip.Maths(Pure), which is 3.5 - 4 years. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: QuantumJG on January 14, 2010, 11:49:22 am I don't know how active the physics society is, but they do issue some pretty sweet tshirts that you'll see around campus, my favourite being: God said  \begin{align} \nabla \cdot \mathbf{E} & = 0 \\ \nabla \cdot \mathbf{B} & = 0 \\ \nabla \times \mathbf{E} & = - \frac{\partial\mathbf{B}} {\partial t} \\ \nabla \times \mathbf{B} & = \mu_0 \varepsilon_0 \frac{\partial \mathbf{E}} {\partial t} \end{align} I love that saying. Maxwell's equations are my favourite equations and this year I get to learn about how to solve them that way opposed to the integral version. Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: Noblesse on January 14, 2010, 08:39:28 pm This year I plan to join: FMAA WWWA (Weekly Watchers of Wonderful Anime) Accounting Students' Association Not sure if I will actively attend any of them :P (although WWWA say they distribute anime on CDs....*sneaky*) Title: Re: clubs/societies Post by: *ryan777* on January 14, 2010, 08:42:00 pm This year I plan to join: FMAA WWWA (Weekly Watchers of Wonderful Anime) Accounting Students' Association Not sure if I will actively attend any of them :P (although WWWA say they distribute anime on CDs....*sneaky*) i was considering WWWA since their membership is only like2 and i could just randomly show up and get anime etc
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: wingwong on January 21, 2010, 10:33:29 pm
Can you just randomly start your own club? I want to make one with a SUPER LONG ASS NAME for the sake of it.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: Gloamglozer on January 21, 2010, 10:48:36 pm
Can you just randomly start your own club? I want to make one with a SUPER LONG ASS NAME for the sake of it.

You mean like this?
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: wingwong on January 21, 2010, 10:53:24 pm
Pretty Much. Just wondering if you can make random ones for fun.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: vexx on January 22, 2010, 12:56:46 am
Can you just randomly start your own club? I want to make one with a SUPER LONG ASS NAME for the sake of it.

You mean like this?

hahahah run, Australia run!
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: dejan91 on January 22, 2010, 01:46:46 am
Pretty Much. Just wondering if you can make random ones for fun.

Yeah, but...don't spam the uni with useless clubs lol.
Title: Re: clubs/societies
Post by: trinon on January 22, 2010, 02:06:56 am
Hmm. Not like I really read this thread, but I'm going to reply purely on principal. I'm thinking of joining any maths/physics club, and probably the socialist club too.