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Welcome to Northeastern's Go Club!

Our meetings begin on Thursday, September 14 and we will continue to meet on each subsequent Thursday with notice earlier in the week via our mailing list. The reserved room is 394 Ryder and we will be there between 6 PM and 10 PM so feel free to stop by anytime during. Both experienced and new players are welcome!

If you have any questions, please contact us at nugoclub@gmail.com.

NU Go Club E-Board - 9/08/2017

Portal Information

Description

The game of Go (chinese: weiqi, korean: baduk) is the oldest board game still played today, being 3000-4000 years old. The game, enjoyed by roughly 1 in 250 people world wide, is the subject of much intrigue and debate. With rules that can be taught in a few minutes, and complexity that keeps the game interesting for millennia, Go is perhaps one of the most unique board games. The purpose of the club is to create an environment on campus dedicated to teaching of, playing of, and discussion of the game. Please join our mailing list on nugoclub@gmail.com!

Category

Competition & Skill-Based

Audience

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Undergraduate

Organization email address

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Meeting Day

Thursday

Meeting Time

6pm - 10pm

Meeting Location

394 Ryder Hall

Advisor Name

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Jung Lee

President Name

Michael Miceli

Treasurer Name

Michael Miceli

Organization Mission Statement

The game of Go (chinese: weiqi, korean: baduk) is the oldest board game still played today, being 3000-4200 years old. The game, enjoyed by roughly 1 in 250 people world wide, is the subject of much intrigue and debate. With rules that can be taught in a few minutes, and complexity that keeps the game interesting for millenia, Go is perhaps one of the most unique board games. The purpose of the club is to create an environment on campus dedicated to teaching of, playing of, and discussion of the game.