The Logía Society (From Greek suffix –/ logía, meaning “the study of”) is an interdisciplinary social club for advancing knowledge and education, and building of academic skills. Formerly known as the Reason and Science Society, we aim to bring together students from a diverse range of arts, sciences, and other faculties to build links between different fields of study. We host weekly talks, organise guest speakers and field trips, and network with other clubs to stimulate lively discussion and engagement on and off campus. With us you can share and discuss diverse topics and anything capable of spinning an interesting thought or idea.
Consider joining if...
You want to broaden your knowledge base, sharpen your presentation and discussion skills, make friends from different areas of study, eat baked goodies, watch great movies, enjoy a productive mental workout, or all of the above.
Sponsored by: Scorpio Books, La Porchetta
Weekly presentations and debates: If it’s intriguing, inspiring, in the news, or otherwise incredible, we want to discuss it.
Film screenings: From science to sci-fi, documentaries to Doc Brown, our film screenings can enlighten and entertain in equal measure.
Food & drinks: We host coffee and cake lunches at uni, light drinks at cafes and bars, and social potlucks at home.
Field trips: We run an annual trip to the West Melton Observatory, and attend many cool events in the city.
Andrew Hey, President