Frequently Asked Questions
''What is a Lustrum?''
In ancient Rome, a lustrum was a ceremony performed every five years at the end of a census. Therefore, Study Association Clio celebrates its anniversary every five years under the name of Lustrum!
''What does χάος stand for?''
In Greek mythology, Chaos refers to the void state preceding the creation of the universe.
''What is a Passe-Partout?''
Passe-partout comes from the French language, meaning ''pass everywhere''. For Lustrum, all the passe-partout holders will pay a fee to access all the activities without paying for any extras. The only activity excluded from this tariff will be the day trip. In addition, the etiquette dinner and the hangover brunch will only be open to passe-partout holders!
''What is a Beercantus?''
A Cantus mainly involves singing traditional songs and drinking beer. It is governed by strict traditional rules, controlled by the leaders of the Cantus. Funny punishments are given to people who don't follow the rules.
''What is a Etiquette Dinner?''
A fancy three course dinner served while table manners and behavior are taught.