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New Computer Science Society Formed

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01 May 2007



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Computer Science students recently united in the formation of a society they could call their very own.  Following the initiative of Daniel Brownridge and John Bartholomew, the society, now christened CSS by its elected executive body, has met with enormous enthusiasm from staff and students alike.

The society aims primarily to serve students of the Department of Computer Science by providing an effective voice within the department (partly driven by a body of existing student representatives), and by arranging regular socials, speaking events and excursions to enhance the experiences of its many members during their time at Bristol. All current students within the department have automatic membership and any other students will soon be able to join for a minimal fee.

CSS has many exciting initiatives planned for the immediate future. While conceiving events in the coming months we will continue to tap the almost inexhaustible well of inspiration emanating from the department's 215+ students. The Executive will convene on a weekly basis to ensure it always fulfils its obligation to its members by arranging such events.

For further information contact Daniel Brownridge (President), James Sanderson (Vice President) or any member of the CSS Executive (pictured) at: society-executive@compsci.bristol.ac.uk. Members of Facebook can also visit the CSS Group page.

Daniel Brownridge is a third year Computer Science student and already a representative of the student body in numerous Departmental and Faculty committees. John Bartholomew is a second year Computer Science student and a student representative.