YOLO – You Only Live Once has been used an excuse to do silly things and it’s usually taken as the worst interpretation of the Latin Carpe Diem. However, it’s still true and valuable when you think about what you’re going to do to support yourself for the rest of your life.
Finding the right place to live while at university is hassle enough without weighting in the problems that coming from a foreign country poses. So here’s what I’ve learnt from my experience and the issues I’ve faced.
In a day and age where almost everything we do has an online aspect to it, it’s amazing how few of us know what this environment is made of. You might think you know the basics, but do you really?
I don’t want to brag with my amazing going out skills, but I have to admit I sometimes feel a bit down when it’s so cold outside that I don’t want to get even my nose out the door, let alone my whole body.
By the number of people moving in the Peirson building and the Hive, it seems like most of us are facing the dreaded reality: assignments are near! And as a third year, you might think I’m used to it.
As we head towards the beginning of the academic year, I can’t help but wonder what it’s going to bring. And this reflection often goes towards the amazing times I’ve already had here and the choices I’ve made that lead towards those experiences.
7 Reasons why you shouldn’t throw a house party
1. Your place will get trashed.