CUSFS Termcard for Lent Term 2007

All events start at 7.30pm unless otherwise specified.

Other events may be added to the programme. Details will be included in the list once when we know them.

Friday 2 March, 1pm Lunch in the rooms of Kelvin I4, Gisborne Court, Peterhouse
In days of yore, CUSFS would meet in someone's room once a week, there to eat and converse pleasantly. We haven't done this recently, but now seems an excellent time to start. We shall have food, good company, and of course the ghost of Kelvin hovering over the revels.
Sunday 4 March, 8pm How To Survive An Alien Invasion I4, Gisborne Court, Peterhouse
In the event of an alien attack, what would YOU do? Death and misery lie all around you, the White House and Big Ben have both been blown to Technicolour smithereens! Bullets are ineffective against the new overlords, be they Martians, Tripods, Vegans, or even a Black Cloud. If you don't want to be part fo the screaming masses, come to CUSFS and learn the secret ways of the saviours of Earth!
Friday 9 March, 1pm Lunch Venue TBC
As the previous week, but with knobs on.
Sunday March, 7:30pm Turkey Reading Room 1, 11 Fitzwilliam Street
Science Fiction is sometimes good, often bad and occasionally Really Bad. In the latter case, it is so bad it is utterly awesome. Bring your favourite misplaced adjectives to biblioclastic CUSFS, stride in a sea of mixed metaphors and marvel at the wonders of bad plotting! If you are lucky, we might even dig out the Eye of Argon for you.
Friday 16 March, 7:30pm until late Games Evening Burrell's Field Common Room, Trinity
The best way to finish the term; come and play games old, new, silly and sensible with CUSFS! If you have any games you would like to play, bring them! The games get sillier as the evening wears on, and this is the ideal way to finish the term, and a good preparation for a long train journey home. Warning: RoboRally will occur! If you have not previously heard of this game, prepare for the experience of a lifetime.

Last recorded update: 27 March 2007, by Peter Corbett
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