Check out some of the activities and events we've done together this Fall on our Flickr page. We are a tightly-knit community, as you can see from the photos.
Every other Monday we gather to share a home-cooked meal, discuss the current news in physics, and enjoy each others company. In addition, we often make small physics and engineering projects.
In the recent past we have made trashcan-sized smoke rings that travel 100-feet or more, created a 12-foot long flaming Kundt's tube with propane feeding in one end and Led Zeppelin in the other, decorated the campus with several hundred LED throwies, shot ping-pong balls through soda cans, and generally had fun while causing only small amounts of mayhem. We've had alums come back and talk about life-after-Gordon-physics, and they are always invited to join us for dinner.