Somehow I recently got myself elected to be in charge of my college's Society of Physics Students chapter. I want to start having regular meetings (weekly or every other week) but I'm having a lot of trouble convincing people to show up. It's not a club meeting if it's just two or three of us looking over homework in the study lounge. If anyone even shows up at all, that is. It's actually very disheartening, like I can't even get anyone to respond to emails about meeting times. I need help coming up with ideas about what we can do as a group that would be interesting enough to encourage regular participation. I thought about study groups or doing demonstrations, but then I felt like I didn't want to just inflict something that would seem like more homework or lab work on them. I want things to be interesting and fun, but also relevant and helpful for classes. If you're a Society of Physics Students member, what do you do at your club meetings?