Sorry, the registration cap has been met for the Ironman/Science Center trip and we are no longer able to accept new registrations. As always if you have any questions please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Iron Man 3 & Science Center Trip
Ready for a road trip? The Computer Science Club and SAC have teamed up for you to go see Iron Man 3 in IMAX and go to the St. Louis Science Center on May 4th! The approximate cost per student is $10 and the event will be all day. Please sign up at http://csclub.uis.edu/trip or email [...]
Gamer Tournament 2012 Pictures
The Tournament was a huge success with more than fifty students attending. Here are some photos of the event.
Lan Party 2012
Lan Party 2012 Date: Saturday, May 5th, 2012 Time: 3:00pm – 8:00pm Location: UHB 2028 Computers will be provided or you can bring your own. We will have food provided around 5:00pm. Steam and Minecraft is installed on all of the computers and include some free games to play such as TF2 and Alien Swarm. [...]
UIUC FabLab Pictures
I’ve finally managed to find the time to post the pictures from our trip to the Champaign-Urbana Community FabLab last weekend, April 1st. (Check out some of the other stuff people make there.)Overall everyone had a great time, and many interesting projects were created. If you missed the chance to attend keep watch on out [...]
235,182 years of HALO
I love infographics. This week as the development of the HALO franchise is passed on to 343 Industries, Bungie has decided to release some of the statistics they have gathered since the release of HALO. Thought I would share this with you all…. …and if you have time, join us on our game server.
Ready for a road trip? The Computer Science Club and SAC have teamed up for you to go see Iron Man 3 in IMAX and go to the St. Louis Science Center on May 4th! The approximate cost per student is $10 and the event will be all day. Please sign up at http://csclub.uis.edu/trip or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Today, Sunday February 17th is the Game Server’s Birthday!
Yes, it was Two years ago today that those beautiful blue lights lit and the fans started humming. The soul of a great beast awoke within it… and all it wanted was have fun and play. So, show the server some love and jump on for some Minecraft, Counter-Strike: GO, Left 4 Dead 2, Nuclear Dawn, or Team Fortress 2 because no one should be lonely on their birthday… and the server’s only birthday wish is for you!
Log on info for the game server, and stats can be found here!
As mentioned in the Speaker Night on Friday, we are trying to set up a Cyberwarfare Range with old computers on a safe, closed network to develop a continuous improvement process for cyber warfare and security. For anyone interested, we will be meeting in UHB 2029 at 2:00pm on Saturday, February 9th. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you all for showing up at Friday’s meeting, and thank you all for tuning in on the Google Hangout. As you know, there are two club meetings a month. One of the weeks is a Guest Speaker Night and the other is a game night.
Who would you like to see as our guest speaker in the next speaker night (March 1st)? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your top two people you want to see. We will choose the top three and you will vote on who will be shown at the March meeting.
This Friday will be the first Computer Science Club meeting of the semester and it will be held in UHB 2034 at 6:00 PM. Bring a snack and a friend to join us for a guest interview video. Please vote on the poll on our Facebook page to tell us who you would like to watch. Options include: Alexis Ohanian (a Co-Founder of Reddit), Eben Upton (the Founder of Raspberry Pi), and Jonathan Coulton (musician). We will also be talking about other exciting events that we have planned for the semester. If you are unable to attend and would like further information please email email@example.com for more information. The flyer for the event can be viewed here.
We hope to see you there,
Computer Science Club
If you haven’t heard, the Computer Science Club (along with Department of Residence Life, The Enclave, Japanime Springfield, and Dodge) is hosting a game of Humans vs. Zombies. The game starts off with one person designated as the original zombie and turns the humans into other zombies. HvZ will start tomorrow October 22nd at 12:01am and will end on Friday at 6:00pm with a social event at 7 in the Stars Lounge.
For more in-depth rules, come out to the kickoff/rules meeting at 7:00 tonight in PAC F. Click here to sign up!
(The broadcast will be live around 6 PM)