Society for the appreciation of the Star Trek franchise, based at Oxford University.
We meet at Hertford College on Mondays in the Ferrar room; find us outside the lodge at 7:45 for the meeting 8:00-11:00pm.
Our format involves picking a theme, members suggesting episodes and the group voting for three on the night which we'll sit back and enjoy with refreshments. No costumes, no analysis, just some awesome Trek!
The first three meetings are free, after which they are £2 for non-members and memberships are £5 for a term, £10 for a year, £17 for life.
E-mail sent by Lucy E, Monday, 6th May 2013 @ 10:52pm
After watching the reboot tonight we're eagerly counting down the days until the next film comes out, and the good news is we don't have to wait long...
On Thursday (9th) TrekSoc is heading to the Odeon on George Street to catch the 8pm 3D showing of Star Trek: Into Darkness, as voted for on our facebook page.
At the meeting we decided we'd like to go and sit in awe/pick out plot holes (but mainly sit in awe) together, so I will make a group booking. The screen is already filling up so I will buy the seats tomorrow night - if you want me to reserve a seat for you please email me back by 6pm tomorrow (email@example.com). Student tickets for 3D films are £9.75, so please bring cash on the night to pay me back, and don't forget your student ID!
I hope everyone has been enjoying the glorious weather we've been having recently (who needs Risa, eh?). It is that time of year again where we elect a new bridge crew to boldly lead the society into the coming year, and for that, mTrekSoc needs you! Whether you want to put yourself forward for a position (Captian, Treasurer, Chief Engineer), or you just want to make sure the society will be in safe hands for 2013, it is important that as many people as possible attend. As an added incentive, we'll be watching the 2009 reboot movie in preparation for its sequel, which comes out on Thursday (and which we'll hopefully go and see - see our facebook page).
I hope to see you there. Live Long and Prosper,