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October 1, 2018 | by  | in VUWSA |
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First off, I have to shout out all of the VUWSA staff.
They have done an amazing job: Matt our CEO, Hannah on the Comms, Beth on Events (who’s leaving super soon and will be so hard to replace), Sam our new Association Secretary (who hasn’t had time to be bad yet but oh well), Joseph as Student Representation Co-ordinator, Erica our Advocate, Josephine on Advertising, and our receptionists, Renate, Raven, Emily, and Bianca. When I get out of here in a couple of months, most of this team will remain, continuing to ensure that VUWSA is well cared for.
Anyway, it’s that stressful time of the year. The exams are quickly appearing on the horizon, and those assignments you had weeks for, well, the less said about them, the better. I’m not going to be hypocritical, I suck with stress. I deal with it poorly, becoming somewhat reclusive. While this doesn’t ensure that I study, it means that I can at least give off the appearance of studying while secretly just wasting time, stuck in YouTube loops till 1am. The one piece of advice I can give though, is fixing Instagram. Instagram sucks. It’s usually filled with pictures of people I don’t care about having fun with people I care even less about. However, my friend Dan taught me this one trick that made Instagram worth it.

The Simpsons.
The amount of Simpson quality content on is incredibly high. Instead of seeing Robert from high school post pictures of his holiday in Australia, or Samantha drinking expensive alcohol, my Instagram is filled with quotes and moments like, “I’d rather let a thousand guilty men go free than chase after them,” and” trust me, Bart, it’s better to walk in on both your parents than on just one of them”.
Quality content.

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