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May 22, 2017

How to cope with homesickness: a beginner’s guide   1) Virtual tours via Whatsapp, Messenger, Viber, or Wechat Alone in a strange new country and want to explore but no friends or family to do it with? Take them with you, virtually, by spamming them with messages, pictures, and videos. Example: Me: Hey bro what […]

April 10, 2017

Art. It’s the language that everyone speaks and no one fully understands. Everyone’s a native speaker and a critic. Whether it’s repeated images of Campbell’s tomato soup (Campbell’s Soup Cans by Andy Warhol), mirrored rooms with floating lights (Infinity Mirror Room by Yayoi Kusama), or a huge, metal bean (Cloud Gate by Anish Kapoor), art […]

March 27, 2017

Konnichiwa! Halo! Bonjour! Salaam! Hi! By now I’m sure you’ve all gotten into the full swing of university life, having supposedly adjusted to unrealistic 8:30am lectures and navigated the minefield of myAllocator. Maybe you’ve gone a step further in settling yourself here and made contact with the locals. If you have, a few cultural differences […]

March 13, 2017

Haere Mai! Huanying! Bienvenue! Selamat datang! Welcome to Wellington! If you’ve just touched down in the capital for the first time, a lot of things probably bewilder you right now. But don’t worry, because we’re here to make it all slightly less baffling. Here’s a brief  crash-course in Wellington survival: The wind here is insane. […]