We're a Society for avid quiz goers and quiz makers, offering you the opportunity to attend In-House Quizzes, which use the QuizSoc Lock Out-Buzzer system and some unique quiz styles, and to join us for a variety of local pub quizzes.
We also invite you to run your own quizzes, where we supply the infrastructure but you supply the quiz. Those of you who want to compete (at national level etc), there will be try-outs for teams and training for competitions.
Think QuizSoc is just quizzes? Join us through-out the year for Socials and Special Events!
These are the current membership plans offered by Quiz Society, although many groups offer a free period for new members to try out their group.
Standard Membership (£0) Membership to the Society is free, however each event carries its own cost. In-House Standard Quizzes are a £1 while In-House Specials are £2, prices for Pub Quizzes and other Special Events will vary.
Quizzer Pass (£10) A Quizzer Pass gives you free access to all of the In-House Standard Quizzes and an "attend three get the fourth free" deal on In-House Specials. Pub Quiz prices are unaffected and discounts on Special Events will vary. In addition to these discounts, Quizzer Pass holders have the exclusive right to run their own quizzes within the Society, see the committee for more details on these RYO (Run Your Own) Events.
This Years Committee
All student groups within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Quiz Society this year are:
Christian Cox President
Ethan Culverhouse Treasurer
Niall Jones Secretary
Patricia Goggin VP (out-of-house)
Lorna Frankel Social Secretary
Stephen Barnes VP (in-house)
Rupert Bickham Publicity Officer
Emily Brockhurst Chief Quiz-Master for Science
Contact Quiz Society
If you've got any questions or want to find out more, either email the group directly, or fill in the form below:
The aim of the Southampton Mauritian Society is to bring together all the Mauritian students in the university to promote the Mauritian culture to non-Mauritian students. We want all Mauritians to be aware that the society will help them with whatever problems they may face. The committee is always happy to help and we know how it can be sometimes hard to be far from home and away from our comfort zone .