Disclaimer: UniMelb Adventures prides itself from being a non-affiliated, apolitical publication and this article serves to inform the student population about general elections. This article was written originally for Farrago Magazine and has been abridged. So its Week 7 and you have an assignment due on Friday. You’re rather tired and you just want to … Continue reading How to Vote for Student Elections Painlessly
Abstract Owing to the positive reception garnered by our first venture into the world of scientific studies (Adventures, Unimelb 2018), it was decided that further scientific tests on the conundrums faced by the University of Melbourne student community were indeed necessary. This second instalment aims to continue demystifying student life by empirically ranking several popular … Continue reading We tested a bunch of study spaces to find the most scientifically optimal one
Well, it’s time for the dreaded group assignment. Chances are, you fall into one of two categories: Been there, done that, got your resting bitch face ready A group assignment virgin who still believes that human beings are inherently decent (ahhh such naivety) Either way, it’s very likely that at some point you’re going to … Continue reading Three steps to not murdering your group-mates
1. Through a club The easiest way to get free food at uni is through clubs and societies. The mistake that most students make when it comes to clubs and societies is joining the clubs and groups they’re actually interested in. This, of course, is a rookie error and should be avoided at all costs. … Continue reading Your complete guide to free food at the University of Melbourne
Moving away for uni is a common experience. You look for an apartment, maybe bunk in with a friend, start cooking and cleaning for yourself and learn much too late that not turning on the vents above your stove WILL set off the fire alarm in small apartments. New school, new city, no more parental … Continue reading Immigrating into first year: a field guide for international students
We all have that dream. You show up to your host tour on your first day of uni and become best friends with the other person who’s also late. You find solace in the person sitting next to you in your Power tutorial. You meet the coolest person who you immediately click with on that … Continue reading What if I Didn’t Make Friends in O-Week?
Starting uni is definitely an exciting adventure, but it can be confusing at first! Here are some tips to help you get started.
Bella has some study hacks to give you an extra boost for studying for upcoming exams!
Some organisation tips to keep in mind, to make sure you're ready to perform at your best in exams and final assessments.
Cassie is a third-year Commerce student, majoring in Economics and Finance. She spends several hours a day listening to true crime and/or politics podcasts, and is addicted to long distance running. If you’ve been living the lavish university life, your bank account may be hurting after a few too many indulgences. So if you’re … Continue reading Cassie’s top tips for getting thrifty around campus
Aidan is an Italian Honours student at the University of Melbourne and one of our sub-editors at Unimelb Adventures. When he’s not studying (ie. struggling to write his thesis) in the Bailieu library, you’ll find him taking photographs around Melbourne or attempting to learn another foreign language. “So….. What are your plans for … Continue reading Getting involved at university and padding your resumé
Find some useful tips about exams and take-homes prepared by the team!
The team is here to help when it comes to cooking for SWOTVAC and study season!
Cassie is a third-year Commerce student, majoring in Economics and Finance. She is addicted to podcasts and long distance running. It’s almost swotvac. It’s the time of year when you realise you didn’t understand 75% of the content this semester, you stopped doing your tutorial work in week 3, and you never actually went back … Continue reading Swotvac Tips
Nicole is one of the staff writers for Unimelb Adventures. She is in third year, doing a Bachelor of Music, specialising in Performance and majoring in Piano. She loves keeping herself fit by swimming and going out on adventure walks! Throughout my undergraduate studies so far, I have loved taking the opportunity to do either … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Taking an Intensive