~a celebration of diversity in SCS~
SCS Day is a celebration of diversity in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. SCS Day is a dynamic event including free food, art exhibits, an evening talent show, and CS swag. All members of the SCS Community, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff, and alumni, are invited to display their talents and share their skills in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.
This year also features an all new puzzlehunt starting on Monday, Feb 22nd! See www.scspuzzlehunt.com for more details!
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Also MC'ed by Tom Cortina and Rob Simmons
Various performances by members of SCS, including singing acts, dancing acts, and more!
Features artworks of all media from the SCS community. The art gallery opens at 5:30pm!
There will be balloon animals, caricatures, tattoos, and demos from Computer Club and GCS! Also check out the swag :)
Help save Derpy the Dragon in our SCS Day Puzzlehunt! We'll release puzzles daily starting on Monday, Feb 22nd and the first team to save Derpy will receive a prize on Friday. Sign up with your team of 4 at www.scspuzzlehunt.com
Creating a video game requires a wide variety of talents. The Game Creation Society is about bringing together those talents. We proudly welcome programmers, artists, level designers, writers, project managers, sound effects technicians, composers, play testers, interface designers, producers, directors and marketing gurus alike to work together to create fun, interesting games.
You don't have to be a hardcore game developer to join GCS; all we require is that you love games and think making them would be cool. If that sounds like you, then come check us out!
We welcome everyone at our meetings on Friday afternoons. Our meeting location changes from week to week, but you can always find out more at our facebook page or www.gamecreation.org!
CMU Computer Club is a group of hardware and software enthusiasts who are excited to work with computers of all shapes and sizes. The Club has a massive collection ranging from late '70s home computers to an entire machine room of modern servers. If it has a CPU, the probability that someone in the club is interested in it is close to 1.