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« Reply #30 on: January 12, 2010, 06:28:24 pm »
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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.

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« Reply #31 on: January 12, 2010, 06:35:55 pm »
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I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough.

Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D
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« Reply #32 on: January 12, 2010, 09:36:59 pm »
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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.
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« Reply #33 on: January 12, 2010, 09:54:07 pm »
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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?
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« Reply #34 on: January 12, 2010, 11:03:11 pm »
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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

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« Reply #35 on: January 12, 2010, 11:15:34 pm »
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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?

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« Reply #36 on: January 12, 2010, 11:20:27 pm »
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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.

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« Reply #37 on: January 13, 2010, 01:25:39 pm »
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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.
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« Reply #38 on: January 13, 2010, 06:48:19 pm »
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I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough.

Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D
Get some tissues ready.
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« Reply #39 on: January 13, 2010, 06:51:16 pm »
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I'm going to start on Clannad AS soon enough.

Yay! Enjoy, it's great! :D

Get some tissues ready.
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« Reply #40 on: January 13, 2010, 11:14:02 pm »
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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.
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« Reply #41 on: January 14, 2010, 01:47:07 am »
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Secular Society, Science Students Society and Uni Blues (and maybe touch rugby) for me. =)

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« Reply #42 on: January 14, 2010, 11:39:13 am »
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Secular Society, Science Students Society and Uni Blues (and maybe touch rugby) for me. =)

The secular society sounds interesting, I might join it.
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« Reply #43 on: January 14, 2010, 11:43:24 am »
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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 :(

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« Reply #44 on: January 14, 2010, 11:49:22 am »
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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:

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