~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, carnival activities, 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.
Everyone is welcome to attend!
This year MC'ed by Tom Cortina and Mark Stehlik.
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 6:00pm!
There will be carnival games such as dartboards and corn in the hole, etc! Also there will be a photo booth with polaroids, don't miss out!
Come by during the day of the event to see what we have for you :) Hint: there will be cake, waffles, and shirts.
Game Creation Society will be presenting a number of games created by its members at SCS day! There will be games on laptops as well as a game presented on GCS's arcade cabinet which will all be free for attendees to try out!
The Plaid Parliament of Pwning is a world class competitive computer hacking team built with CMU talent. We will explain everything 15-213 could not. In our weekly meetings we provide guided study sessions, lectures, and ice cream socials designed to teach and engage our community. Meetings are open to all skill levels. We'll be set up in 4307, so stop by our booth to check out our members hacking PwnAdventureZ for the NES! Playable copies of the game will be available.