WEEKLY MEETINGS IN FRIST LEVEL A
FRIST LEVEL A (dining area)
Saturdays 2:30PM until late
We have a large selection of boardgames, including Alhambra, Carcassone,
Puerto Rico, Settlers of Catan (including Settlers of the Stone Age and Settler of America), Seven Wonders, Splendor, and many others.
This week, in honor of Thomas Edison and Nikolai Tesla we will be featuring Power Grid
You are always welcome to bring your own games. Suggestions for games to bring or add to our collection may be made by joining our email list.
Week of November 15-21 in history. (with game suggestions)
1533 - Pizarro arrives at the Inca capital. (T'solkin?)
1805 - Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio premiers in Vienna. (Does anyone want to bring Opera?)
1877 - Thomas Edison announces the phonograph.
1886 - Nikolai Tesla gets financial backing for the Tesla Electric Company
1942 - Battle of Guadalcanal ends.
1943 - Battle of Tarawa
1962 - Cuban Missile Crisis ends (Kremlin?)
1969 - ARPANET established. (Roborally?) 1985 - Windows 1.0 released (Roborally?)
We have an email list: email@example.com. If you are subscribed, you can post to organize or announce a game. If you're not subscribed to the mailing list, and would like to be, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
We also have an SMS group. If you want to receive text messages and are not subscribed, send a request to email@example.com.
The SGU always needs undergraduates to serve as officers and to help organize events. If you are interested in helping to bring a professional game designer to campus, holding a tournament or otherwise helping the SGU, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more than 30 years, the Princeton Simulation Games Union (often referred to as the SGU) has been meeting weekly to play board games, role-playing games, card games and more. Members include Princeton University students, alumni, faculty, staff and enthusiastic gamers from the local community.
Meetings and special events are also announced on our mailing list. Email Aaron Mulder to subscribe or unsubscribe.
A scene from Princecon, the SGU's annual roleplaying convention (held the first weekend of spring break)
Looking for Princecon information? Princecon (the annual fantasy role-playing marathon) has a new home at www.princecon.org.