Our society exists as the non-religious counterpoint to the faith-based societies on campus. We're open to anyone identifying as atheist, agnostic, secularist or humanist, and we're very friendly to those who fall outside that description as well. Our aim is to provide a place where like-minded people can meet and hang out. We also represent non-religious interests at Interfaith and other events around campus. Most of our meetings involve social discussions at the pub or at the chaplaincy, but we also occasionally host speakers for discussions or short lectures.
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