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FXpectrUm is a society for those interested in, diagnosed with, or self-diagnosed with autistic spectrum disorder. We aim to change the stigma around the condition through educating the public, as well as creating a fun and accepting environment to come and be yourself! We meet up every other Wednesday and on the first Wednesday, we have meetings where we chat and play card games and decide what we do for the next Wednesday - which is usually going out to Falmouth for meals, film nights and drinks. Everything is relaxed, inclusive and supportive!

Please join or contact us if you’re interested and want a bit more information!


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Tue 23rd January

Bring your Special Interest
23rd January 5pm - 7pm
Peter Lanyon Staff Room
Really interested and passionate about something? Come along and share your enthusiasm with other like-minded people! Bring along books, music – anything you like that’s associated with your interest/s! FREE!

Wed 24th January

Trip to Palacio Lounge
24th January 6pm - 9pm
Palacio Lounge (Meet at Penryn Campus bus stop at 6pm)
Come along to one of our regular outings as a society. We’ll be heading to Palacio Lounge for some tasty food. Everyone welcome. Free (please bring money for food and drink)

Thu 25th January

‘The Seven (ish) Senses: How your brain takes in information’ Talk
25th January 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Peter Lanyon Seminar 8
Want to learn more about how your brain works? Want to be able to use that information to get good grades? Come along to a fun and informal talk (run by students) all about the senses and how you can use them to aid your concentration. FREE!

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FXPectrUm Meetings:

Wednesdays (fortnightly) 5-7pm

Wednesday 6th September, 20th September, 4th October, 18th October, 1st November, 15th November, 29th November and 13th December.

Wednesday 10th January, 24th January, 7th February, 21st February, 7th March and 21st March

Peter Lanyon Staff Room