Every uni students experience is different, that’s what makes it fun! For many of you, university life is your first truly independent moment; a mix-n-match adventure where what happens on an hour-to-hour and day-to-day basis is entirely up to you.
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We’ve all been there. Every single one of us. Don’t lie. Across all degrees in all universities, in all fields and colleges, there is one thing that unites the common student: our bittersweet love of procrastination. It’s the cornerstone of the uni student stereotype – 10 pm, leaning forward on the couch, leftover Thai on the table and Netflix on the TV, rushing an assignment … Continue reading Left in the (last-minute) lurch: avoiding assignment procrastination
Open Day isn’t just for university newcomers and HSC-hustling high schoolers. It’s worth coming along and getting a rare glimpse of the very best our university has to offer on display, regardless of whether you’re three months or three years into your degree. Postgrad Study You may not be aware of it, but Open Day is as much an expo for postgraduate avenues of study … Continue reading Five Reasons to Attend Open Day
Most careers are built on collaboration, and in uni world this translates into the oft-dreaded ‘group work’. Any uni student will tell you this: working by yourself in our connected, collaborative day and age is truly rare, and working in groups can sometimes be a pain. Whether it’s working on five different platforms for five different groups, waiting for replies to messages you never quite … Continue reading What is Microsoft Teams, and why should you use it?
University life is like one big hustle made up of lots of little hustles bundled together. The study hustle, the social life hustle, the health and wellbeing hustle, the oversleeping hustle, Netflix hustle, etcetera. Your working life during university is one of the most important side-hustles there is, and also one of the most difficult to navigate. Casual and part-time work are great ways to … Continue reading Casual Work: Your guide to getting that side-hustle happening
It’s taken me three years of unproductive library bludges and mile-a-minute deadline scrambles to realise that half of the studying game is ‘getting in the zone’. Some spend their whole degree searching for this elusive state of mind, where all else melts away except you and your 1315-page Constitutional Law textbook (rare to say the least). In the spirit of exam period, I would like … Continue reading Study Jams: Should you listen to music while studying?