Week 3 brings encounters with the Romulans, the biological cousins of the Vulcans. With appearances across all the Star Trek series it shouldn't be difficult to think up some suggestions, so post your ideas on the Facebook event, or email them to a committee member and we'll put them forward for you.
Meet us outside Keble College lodge at 7:45pm on Monday for some classic Trek baddies with all the usual refreshments.
Apologies for the slow start, but TrekSoc is now ready to get back in full swing. We invite you to kick the term off with one of our most popular themes: Technology run amok. We're thinking transporters, holodecks, shuttles...how often does technology in Trek actually work like it's supposed to?
As ever, we need your episode suggestions! If you can think of episodes that fit our theme, either head over to the Facebook event and list them there, or send me an email and I'll add them for you for us to put to the vote on the night. If you don't suggest it we won't watch it!
So, come along to Keble College lodge at 7:45pm on Monday 27th for some great Trek and refreshments galore.
See you there,
Good afternoon TrekFans,
Welcome back to a new term! Unfortunately TrekSoc won't be meeting on Monday this week due to difficulties securing a room, but hopefully we'll be back on track for week 2. Keep your eyes peeled for the soon-to-be-released termcard, and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Good afternoon TrekFans,
At the end of each term TrekSoc heads out to a restaurant for our end of term meal, and this time we'll be booking a table at the sci-fi paradise known as Atomic Pizza. Think walls plastered with all things sci-fi, a Tardis, and most importantly one of the best menus in Oxford (which can be found here: http://atomicpizzas.co.uk/). If you haven't tried it you've really been missing out, and it's well worth a trek down Cowley Road.
This meal will also double up as a little brainstorm to come up with some ideas for our next termcard, so this is your opportunity to influence the themes and socials we'll be organizing for Hilary.
Due to a couple of availability issues, the TrekSoc termly meal will take place on Wednesday evening next week. Our Captain will be making a group booking tomorrow night, so if you'd like to join us please email email@example.com by 5pm tomorrow. Once our booking is confirmed we'll then email out with exact time/location/directions details to those who are attending (we'll be asking for a table at 7pm or later).
See you soon,
Week 7 hails the arrival of our termly Movie Night, this time featuring 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'. Opinion on the first reboot was divided, but the second installment featuring one of Trek's best baddies has firmly established itself as a thrilling watch. Join us as we sit back, turn out the lights and enjoy!
Come along to Keble College lodge at the usual time of 7:45pm on Monday for a group screening, accompanied by popcorn and refreshments galore!
See you there,
Good afternoon TrekFans,
This week we're introducing a new competition: make your own Romulan Ale!
We're asking everyone who attends the meeting to bring along their own take on this famous Trek drink (don't worry, we'll provide the blue food dye on the night). The ingredients are completely up to you; alcoholic or non alcoholic, fizzy, fruity, whatever you want...all we specify is that your concoction contains at least two ingredients, and that you bring enough of it for everyone to have a couple of mouthfuls. (To give you some ideas, previous ales have included vodka and lemonade, and lemonade with lime cordial). Whoever the society votes the maker of the best Romulan Ale will win a food prize AND can decide which episode we watch first that evening.
That brings us on to the theme this week: Anything but Voyager. Following the (scandalous) murmours of a society bias towards this excellent series, we'll be taking our pick of the other four. Is there a TOS, TNG, DS9 or ENT episode you've been waiting to put forward which hasn't fit our themes so far? Now's the time! Post your suggestions on our facebook event page, or email a committee member and we'll do that for you. Remember, if you don't suggest it before the night, we won't watch it...
So, come on down to Keble College lodge on Monday at 7:45pm with your Romulan Ale concoctions for what promises to be a great night.
As part of our ongoing mission to seek out new episodes for members lacking a Trekkie background, this year we're re-running our 'Introduction to...' theme and showing the introductory episode/s for one of the Trek series each term.
With that in mind, this Monday we'll be showing 'Caretaker', the two-part introduction to Voyager. Perfect for our newest members, and enjoyable episodes for seasoned Voyager fans, accompanied of course by the much loved snacks.
On a related note, Q Night was the last of our free meetings, so if you've decided you'd like to join the Star Trek Society you'll need to bring along some cash this week to pay for membership. The fees are as follows: £5 for a term, £10 for a year, or £15 for life. Alternatively if you'd rather not commit you can pay £2 per meeting - up to you! In case you're wondering, membership is our society's sole source of funding, and it all goes towards refreshments and our stall at freshers fair.
So, have a think about what works best for you, and we'll see you inside Keble College lodge at 8pm (if you haven't attended the society dinner in Keble hall).
Live long and prosper,
Good afternoon TrekFans,
As the 5th week blues approach we feel it's time for a social, so our regular Monday meeting on the 11th November will be preceded by dinner in Keble College hall! Every term we try and visit a different college for dinner, and this is a great opportunity to tick another off your list while getting to know each other better with some good food.
Formal hall at Keble has to be booked in advance, so if you would like to attend you need to email firstname.lastname@example.org by 2pm tomorrow (Thursday 7th), and let him know if you have any dietary requirements. Guests do not have to wear a gown, and you will need to bring £5 in cash with you on the night. We'll be meeting by Keble lodge at the earlier time of 6:45pm.
Details of the regular meeting will be emailed out on Friday, and you don't have to attend the dinner to join us for some Trek-watching afterwards (or vice versa). If you have any questions, don't hesitate to email Steven at the address given above.
All the best,
This Monday we're devoting our meeting to one of our favourite characters...the infamous series-spanning Q (some of you may have noticed this is a deviation from the term card - we're trying to organise an exciting surprise for movie night so bear with us). Check out the facebook event page to make your suggestions, and on the night we'll let the insults roll.
Join us outside Keble College lodge (or inside it if it's raining) at 7:45 for an 8pm start.
See you there!
After sampling the best Trek has to offer last week we're turning things round and having a look at the other end of the scale...bring on the best of the worst! Most of us have come across an episode or two that had us laughing in disbelief at how ridiculous the plot was or the characters were, and it's time to share them. Think Harry Mudd, unbelievable aliens, and those Voyager lizards....
It was wonderful to see so many new faces last Monday, but don't be put off coming this week if you didn't make it; new members are always very welcome! And if you're not convinced, how can you turn down Trek, great snacks and a big screen, for free!
So, join our facebook page & event where you can post episode suggestions for us to vote on (or email them to me and I'll do it for you - email@example.com), and then come and meet us outside Keble College lodge at 7:45pm on Monday.
See you there,
A few people at freshers fair were asking me about the location of Keble college. I have attach a map of the lcoation to hopefully help you out. Meet at the entrace of Keble college at 7:45pm for an 8pm start. If you got any problems my number is 07563239849.
Look forward to seeing you,
I trust that you are all well, had an enjoybale freshers week, and a first week that wasn't too strenuos. I am excited to be able to say that we will be having our first meeting of the term on Monday. My apologies for the wait, but we had a slght problem in acquiring a room, but alas that problem has been addressed, and so our voyage can finally begin.
We have an exciting term ahead of us. Highlights of this term include a social dinner at Atomic Burger, eating in Keble hall followed by a screening of both parts of the first episode of Voyager, a Romulan Ale making competition (the lethal-'er' the better!), and a screening of the film 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'. Please see our facebook group for a full copy of our termcard. If you fancy any/all of these events, then please feel free to come along, all are welcome.
For our first meeting the theme will be 'The Classics'. Armed with a hard drive full of Trek episodes, we'll be taking a vote, and sitting back to watch the qpisodes we feel qualify as 'Classics'. Episode suggestions are encouraged, and please post any on the facebook event (linked below). To get us in the mood, we will be enjoying a variety of snacks and drinks (and yes, some alcoholic) with a classic theme.
Freshers, this is a perfect week for you to come along and find out that our society is all about, and watch some classic episodes. If for any reason however you can't make it, then please don't feel as if you are unable to attend any of our subsequent meetings.
We will be meeting outside the lodge of Keble college at 7:45pm on Monday (the 21st of October) for an 8pm start.
We hope to see as many of you as possible, faces old or new,
Over and out,
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org). 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!
See you there!
Good afternoon fellow Trekkies!
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,
This week it is the elections for next year's committee (And the rest of this term) so who knows who could be creating the next event!
As well as the elections we are also going to watch the successful 2009 Star Trek reboot. (It got me into Star Trek!)
Meet at 7:45pm outside Hertford college for an 8:00pm start and this week no need to suggest episodes! :p
Hope to see you there,
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/370470039725823/
Welcome back everyone and it is time for the first Star Trek night this term! The theme is archaeologists and the past so grab those historic themed episodes or those with your favourite archaeologist such as Vash.
Meet Monday evening at Hertford College at 7:45pm for the usual 8pm start.
As usual there will be refreshments provided but hopefully not as historic as the artefacts that get found tonight.
Please suggest episodes! :)
Memory Alpha: http://en.memory-alpha.org/
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/175325005955329/
Happy Trinity TrekSoc!
Hope everyone's had a great vac, and for those of us with exams, I hope revision is going well. There are several things to relay to you all, so listen up.
First of all, it's coming up to that time of year again when the current Captain and crew must hand the baton on to the next generation (pause for laughs), by electing a new Captain, Treasurer, and Chief Engineer. These elections will take place in Third Week; anybody can run for a position - in fact, the more the merrier. Just come along and tell us what you could bring to TrekSoc etc. A brief summary of the roles is as follows:
Captain: responsible for booking rooms and Freshers' Fair stalls, for welcoming new members and for general organisation and seeing that everything runs smoothly.
Treasurer (first officer): in charge of collecting memberships and getting refreshments every week
Chief Engineer: in charge of episodes and having something to play them on
Because ofelections, the termcard this term extends only as far as Third Week, as from that point on, the new captain will decide which episodes/themes we'll be watching (we will remain at Hertford all term though).
In other news, I am pleased to announce that the Society now owns every episode of Voyager on our hard drive, making our selection of episodes every week that little bit more convenient.
Enjoy the term!
Live Long and Prosper
Hey everyone and welcome to the last Star Trek meet for this term!
Tonight is Battle Night. Prepare yourself for the best of Star Trek special effects in epic battle sequences!
Meet outside Hertford college on Monday at 7:45pm for an 8:00pm start.
As usual plenty of refreshements and amazing company will be waiting for you.
Hope to see you there!
Please suggest episodes! Memory alpha: http://en.memory-alpha.org/wiki/Portal:Main
Facebook Event: http://www.facebook.com/events/492845460774203/