Building our ohana, one pizza slice at a time. Started in Spring semester of 2011, the ICS Community Lunch is a grass-roots effort by faculty and students to create a weekly informal gathering outside of class and research labs for all interested ICS community members.
Since some classes meet at noon on MWF and others meet at noon on TTh, the Community Lunch alternates between Wednesdays and Thursdays. There is ongoing debate regarding which is the “best” community lunch group: Wednesdays or Thursdays.
Recent topics of discussion have included: French politics (always on Wednesdays), Blues Names, fantasies about what to eat if we weren’t eating pizza, architectural modifications to the POST building, Oahu hiking trails, the inadequacies of the ICS community lunch room, and the occasional reference to computer science.
The ICS Community Lunch is open to all members of the ICS community, including faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Suggested donation for the pizza is a few bucks. No reservations required; feel free to come join us around noon in POST 315; check the Calendar page to see whether this week’s lunch is on Wednesday or Thursday.