Check out our website: bristolchaos.com
Chaos is Bristol's departmental society for physics students.
Our job is to put on socials, talks and trips, as well as provide some extra academic support to physics students throughout the course.
Starting with the bar crawl in freshers' week, continuing through to the huge end of year barbecue in our own physics garden (we're told it's shared with chemistry, but they don't need to know that), we organise social events throughout the year, including the famous "Physball" in December. New first years can also be assigned physics "parents" - a couple of second or third year students who can offer advice about physics, life at uni, or just the best pubs.
We've been on trips to Airbus and Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, as well as dabbled in a bit of globe trotting to CERN and Prague in the last year alone!
Be sure to drop by Physbar, too, for Bristol's cheapest (and best!) coffee! Or hot chocolate. Seriously, the hot chocolate is really good. The city's finest sarcasm also included, no extra cost!
Chaos members get free or discounted entry to all Chaos events, along with earlybird ticket sales, and access to support like the Chaos Marketplace Facebook group (for buying and selling textbooks). Most importantly, membership is only £5 for a year or £12 for your whole degree, so don't hesitate in joining up!
Find all of our groups and pages here if you haven't already!
If you wish to join the Chaos LGBT+ Network group, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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