Ready for post-freshers' life?
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The hype and excitement of freshers’ week has long gone. The relentless and endless nights of socialising are beginning to feel like a distant memory. And what’s left? The start of three years of daunting study, making lifelong friends, high levels of stress, and a piece of paper at the end of it (your degree). Freshers’ week can be seen as a rite of passage, but how do you handle life after the chaos and tribulations of freshers’? There’s more to university life than the Student Union bar The SU at every university is the centre for student nightlife, but there’s a whole socialising world outside the bounds of the SU, that you might not be aware of. Asides from the SU your university is also the home to a dozen societies, sports clubs, and activities. We’re not saying abandon the SU bar, far from it, but maybe once in a while broaden your horizon, explore your campus, and you’ll find that your university is the home to endless opportunities. Just get involved wherever you can. Go wild and embrace something new! Don’t take everyone at face-value
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