Locations used by the society

The society uses a variety of locations for its regular meetings: the current termcard specifies in which room a particular meeting will occur.

These locations may change between terms due to circumstances beyond our control, but currently the society holds most of its weekly video meetings in the Seminar Room in Corpus Christi College. The Geek Quiz is usually held in the Daubeny building, Magdalen College.

Directions to the rooms used by the society can be found below. More comprehensive pages can be found on our desktop site

The Seminar Room, Corpus Christi College

The Seminar Room has been the current main venue for our weekly meetings as of Michaelmas 2015.

Corpus Christi College is located on Merton Street, between Merton College and Christ Church's Picture Gallery entrance. Merton Street can be easily accessed from the High Street via Magpie Lane, Oriel Street, or King Edward Street.

The Seminar Room in Corpus Christi is accessed via Staircase 4. If you go through the door to Staircase 4, the Seminar Room is the door immediately on your right.

Daubeny Building, Magdalen College

The Daubeny Building is the venue for our termly Geek Quiz.

The Lecture Theatre is a large, open room with a large number of free-standing chairs and tables, with a projector, large screen, and sound system. However, there is a strict ban on eating and drinking in the Daubeny Lecture Theatre, so please do not bring any food or drink.

To reach the Daubeny Building from the main lodge, cross the road towards the botanical gardens and turn right along the High Street. Take the first left turn into Rose Lane, and then turn left again when you reach the first large gate on your left. The building to your right is the Daubeny Building - the entrance is the second glass door on your right (near the far end of the building). The large windows a bit to the right of the door are the windows of the Laboratory - knock on these and someone will come to let you in.

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