Q: Should I come to Clarkson solely because of the Outing Club?
A: Yes, it’s the Outing Club.
Q: Isn’t fifty-some-odd thousand dollars a year a lot to pay just to be in a club?
A: No, not if it’s the Outing Club.
Q: Isn’t the North Country of New York really boring?
A: Not when you’re in Outing Club.
Q: Who do I complain to about the site?
A: You would complain to the public relations chair if you had complaints, but this site owns you . . . so you should not have any.
Q: Why doesn’t this page read “The Frequently Asked Questions page is still a twinkle in Wiess’s eye!” anymore?
A: My eye twinkled, and I said, “Let there be FAQ,” and there was much rejoicing.
Q: Doesn’t Clarkson also have an Outdoor Recreation program?
A: Yes, but CUOC has over two hundred members while OR has none. Ergo, CUOC is infinitely better than OR.
Q: Should I check the site more then once a day?
A: You should check this site more than once an hour.
Q: Why aren’t there more activities listed on your site?
A: Due to legal complications we had to do away with dwarf toss.
Q: Who are all the hardcore people in the photographs on your site?
A: We laboriously crafted life-size figurines in order to pose them more effectively. Any similarity to actual club members is strictly coincidental.
Q: What happens if I lose a piece of CUOC gear.
A: We harvest your organs, sell them on the black market, and buy new gear.
Q: What if I have no time for CUOC since I have too much work?
A: You have the rest of your life to work. You only have four years of CUOC.
Q: What if I just want to meet cute girls (or boys)?
A: Join Outing Club of course.
Trip of the Week Gas Policy
Q: How do I win Trip of the Week?
A: Eligible trips must be announced at the weekly meeting and posted on KnightLife prior to the trip. Trip of the week will be voted for at the weekly meeting.
Q: What do I get if I win Trip of the Week?
A: Trip of the week gets their gas paid for: up to $40 per car, or $50 per trip if more than two cars were used. Bragging rights may also be put to use.