9 March 2017
Welcome to CSESoc First Year Camp, a fun filled weekend of challenges, trivia, camp fires, and mystery! The camp will be held at Camp Wombaroo from Friday the 24th to Sunday the 26th of March, and is located approximately 2 hours south west of Sydney.
Your first mission, should you choose to accept it, is to prepare your identity for our Hero vs Villains costume party!
Take a page out of iconic comic books, movies or games, and feel free to get creative with the theme (Stack Overflow hero? Blue Screen of Death villain?). Your persona is only limited to what you can imagine (maybe even the 45th president of the USA). A mad costume will earn you mad respect, and could even win you an awesome prize!
Below we have included a packing list, including all the essentials you will need for a fun (and warm) weekend. (Include information here about departure and arrival times and locations, where to leave bags and laptops, etc) We are all incredibly excited and we can't wait to see you there! Why so serious? Come, enjoy and have fun, and let it be a weekend to be remembered!
Things to bring to camp: Heroes V.S.Villains Costume - there’ll be prizes for best costumes Clothes for 3 days - it get’s really damn cold there. Bring LAYERS. Sleeping bag (to use as a pseudo blanket) Pillow (Optional, they’re provided) Towel and Toiletries Phone charger Photo ID (for drinks^^) Sunscreen Insect Repellant (optional)
Please don’t bring: Alcohol or Illicit Substances - Alcohol will be served at camp so save those cheeky $$$. Laptops - if you have to bring your laptop to uni that day, we'll be able to store it for you safely over the weekend.
We will be sending out a survey shortly about travel preferences and Camp Wombaroo will be sending out. Please respond by 20th of March (a Monday)
We will be meeting at 2pm at Physics Lawn (near the Rd) on Friday the 24th of March. If you can’t make it (because of lectures/tutes) please reply to this email and we’ll arrange a later car for you. A few days before camp we’ll be sending out another email with more details about departure :)
Keen to meet all of you!
Kind Regards, Andrew Vo & Ofir Zeevi & the 2017 Camp Leaders
5 March 2017
First Year Camp applications are now closed. If you did not pay before the deadline, your spot has been released to someone else. You will have received a confirmation email if your payment has gone through. If you have not received a confirmation email and you believe you paid on time, please contact email@example.com
Within the next couple of weeks, camp attendees will receive an email regarding the itinerary and what they will need to bring. Please make sure to check your university email often to ensure that you do not miss out on any important details!
4 March 2017
Monday March 6th, 4:00PM - 5:00PM in the Level 1 Seminar Room, K17 Building.
Whether you’re new to CSE or a veteran of CompClub, come join us over a slice of pizza and find out what exciting plans we have for this year. We'll be going over teams, workshops, and how you can get involved this year.
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4 March 2017
Bored this weekend? Check out the latest issue of Beta for news, a subtle CSE Revue advertisement, and a difficult puzzle to solve over your weekend.
4 March 2017
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