This past Wednesday night, the Computer Science Club hosted its annual “Bash Basics” lesson at 9 PM in EAS 222. BASH, or Bourne-Again SHell, is a command language, which typically runs in a command window, where users type commands that cause specific actions. The room filled with students eager to work with BASH in a command line environment. The lesson was led by the club’s president, Jason Gardella. Free pizza, soda, and stickers were provided to all attending the lesson. The club looks to teach everyone, beginners and Computer Science majors alike, about the complex world of programming and Computer Science through its weekly meetings and events. The club encourages all students to attend their weekly meetings on Wednesday at 9 PM in EAS 230.