Travis Lines is a past editor of UniMelb Adventures. He completed Biomedicine last year and now studies Medicine. Hey everybody! It has been quite a few months since I wrote anything here, so an update is long overdue! Let’s start with the good news. I SURVIVED FIRST SEMESTER!!! Adapting to Med school is […]
Travis is former editor of UniMelb Adventures and current MD1 at Melbourne Uni. He has a Bachelor of Biomedicine (Biochemistry & Molecular Biology). Hi there! Remember me? That’s right, I used to write a little bit around here but have since disappeared into the abyss that is Med school. I can happily report that I’ve […]
Tara and Travis, sub-editor and editor respectively from our 2015 team, started Med school last week. We’ve invited them back to compare their experiences! Tara (Deakin, Geelong) It has taken weeks of preparation (and of sorting through cooking equipment and bed linen) before I could open the door of my new house on residence at […]
From the 11th to the 22nd of January, editor Travis and sub-editor Bella volunteered on-campus for the VCE Summer School. They’ve done their research, and are now here to tell you all about it! What is VCESS? As the name suggests, VCESS is a VCE summer school that caters to students from underrepresented schools or […]
And yet another year of Uni almost done! I don’t know about you, but I swear only five minutes ago I was a bright-eyed jaffy ready to take on the world. This last-week-of-uni has special importance for me, as it is the last of my undergrad. Here are 12 GIFs to sum up our week! […]
It was with a sense of shock that, earlier this semester, the Biochemistry & Molecular Biology cohort discovered that our department hosts an annual dinner. What surprised me the most, however, was this is a common thing, with a number of faculties hosting similar events. The good investigative journalist I am, I went to the […]
Each year posters pop up all over campus advertising something called SWOT. But what is this SWOT caper? I have been involved with SWOT for nearly a year now and have enjoyed every minute of it. Currently I’m on the team as subject manager (Biology) for both the masterclasses programme and SWOT week. But enough […]
Last Saturday, 3000 med-hopefuls flocked to the showgrounds to do the GAMSAT. I joined in on the fun and report back with five lessons about the exam!
Biomolecules and Cells was reviewed by Travis Lines. He is a second year student undertaking the Bachelor of Biomedicine. He was an SSLC representative for this subject.