Disclaimer: Addition of missing cults is possible.
SSE's most energetic cult. Members are well represented in all LUMS societies. Interests range from film-making, netball, debating, MUN-ing, tennis, soccer, rugby arranging concerts, working for SPADES academic events, celebrating birthdays in front of Rausing, singing at open house to just hanging around campus. Unlike other cults, all majors are well-represented here (Physics, Math, CS, Biology, EE), so this group is ripe for inter-disciplinary scientific innovation should they get together on a project (like Shabbir Marzban's proposed Portable Ultrasound Machine project). Members regularly crack nerdy jokes and like to make funny poses for photographs. A cult which is living LUMS life to the fullest.
The GCU Group:
A group that wears its alma mater on its sleeve. Its members hold on to their former school more than members of other cults, which makes me very curious about Government College University. Its members largely stick together: can be seen studying in large groups or indulging in their favorite past time, DOTA. Exclusively EE and CS, this cult provides some of SSE's intellectual leaders. While not a regular fixture in LUMS social or sports life, they have a great affinity to cricket, even though that has waned over time. However, some members have contributed greatly to SPADES. In fact, one of my personal favorite events from PsiFi '10 - Gear Up - was pulled off by members of this cult.
The Bro Society:
A cheerful and harmless group of day scholars from LGS JT and Resource Academia. An interesting aspect of the cult is their physical diversity, with some members breaking the 6-foot, 80 kg. barrier and others being decidedly feather-weight. Prominent members of the PsiFi '10 team, members could be seen contributing in a variety of capacities. The blockbuster RoboWars was headed by one of their own. Though exclusively EE, this cult has some Physics and Math luminaries, with well-publicised accomplishments from their A-Level days. Perhaps due to their day scholar status, they are not a regular feature of the LUMS social and sports life, although one of their members is a keen footballer always intent on setting up day scholar vs. hostelite matches (the results of which are never in doubt). A soft-spoken, well-mannered and approachable cult.
Junaid Amin's cult:
A cult that pulls its members from a diversity of schools and cities (Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait City) but which sticks together - as in, together together. Classes together, PDC together, sports together. A predominantly tall and fair group which makes the cult stand out physically. Though slightly reclusive (members rarely venture beyond PDC and Sports Complex), this cult is among the most energetic and happening, with each member having a quirky sense of humor. Among their salient features is a passion for watching soccer, with two members bearing strong allegiance to Arsenal and one to Chelsea. The others are currently auditioning clubs, as no one wants to be left alone on M5 second floor's famous EPL Big Four and Champions League nights. Like most other cults, the group is exclusively EECS, though two members are prominent Computing and Life Sciences enthusiasts. Furthermore, most members of this group display supreme athletic ability. Almost all are fearsome table tennis players (they use their large wing spans to good effect). Also among them is a highly-gifted tennis player, a LUMS team basketballer and a LUMS team cricketer, who also happens to be a leading light of our amateur hostelite football team. Yet again, the cult is not a regular feature of LUMS' social life, but some members pulled off PsiFi's marquee event, Tour de Mind, commendably.
The 6-foot Group:
A mixture of day scholars and hostelites, all members tower above 6 feet except a few. Athletic ability is common among all, with almost all having had stints in the LUMS football team and recently winning a Futsal tournament. Furthermore, the cult contributes two more members to the Arsenal fan base, tribute to the beautiful football played by the gunners. Minus a couple, they shun the LUMS social life and are all EE majors save one whose side interests range from Data Structures to Biochemistry. Furthermore, the cult has made the backbenches of 10-301 and 10-401 their own. Little else is known of this cult.
Pulling its members from both sexes, little can be said of this cult. Are they arrogant? Anti-social? Nerdy? Guess we'll never know. They quietly skip in and out of lecture halls, are rarely seen in PDC let alone around campus and seemingly talk to no one. They sit smugly on the side rows of auditoriums quietly absorbing lectures (and absorb they do, scoring near perfect marks) and while others hang around and catch up with friends at the end of classes, they disappear without a trace.