These are some nuggets of wisdom I obtained during my first year of university. I now bestow them upon you. Some are more significant than others. Prioritise them how you see fit.
The Jono and Ben at Ten presenter on awkward non-dates, piles of mush, and his dreams of revenge against the Cambridge Hotel.
If you’ve ever been to town on a Friday or Saturday night, you’ve probably seen this four-person band playing outside Courtenay Place’s Reading Cinemas.
The Greater Wellington Regional Council may scrap the number 18 bus route, one of the most popular bus routes for Victoria students.
Salient’s interview with the great man.
Have you ever looked closely at the joins of her fingers? Specifically at the connection between her metacarpals and proximal phalanges. Two or three of them have these little bumps, protruding. Mum mentioned it was arthritis.
My mum and my dad felt that they weren’t ready to go through another pregnancy so soon, so Mum terminated it. In 1992, Mum and Dad did feel that they were ready, and so I was born.
17-year-olds don’t hear any of this. 17-year-olds are conditioned into thinking of first-year as 12 months of partying and self-discovery, of one last gasp of reckless youth before it all slips away. University appears to be both the most responsible and most fun option.
I was thinking about opinions recently, and I realised that the kinds of opinions I generally believe to be Good and Insightful are held by women.