Coffee is our fuel for Week 12 survival. I always feel a bit guilty spending the $4 on coffee when I could be spending it on flashcards to memorise definitions for upcoming exams. The caffeine usually washes away that guilt, though. However, if one spends $3.50 a day for the five days of Week 12, … Continue reading Three Ways to Save Money on Coffee in Week 12
1. Google Calendar is life I recently made the switch to an online calendar and let me tell you, it has been fab-u-lous. I started out using the calendar app on my iPhone. However, this did not work for me as it was difficult to customise and colour code, and sent too many notifications. I … Continue reading 5 tips for planning your life – from study to sleep
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Transferring from my original undergraduate course was the best decision I ever made.
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
Jen is a fourth year art history student, though this is her first year at Unimelb (she’s from NZ, don’t hold it against her). When she’s not at uni, Jen will be out getting to know Melbourne and all it has to offer. It’s an image you know; you’ve seen it everywhere. As a poster, … Continue reading Why You Need to See The Great Wave in Person
We all need a break from time to time! Have a productive break from your study with these ideas.
The Unimelb Adventures community has spoken out and listed the things they wished were illegal (or just found incredibly annoying) around campus at the University of Melbourne.
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
Before you roll your eyes and say, ‘ugh another Arts student trying to make me go to some art thing I won’t be interested in’, read on.
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
If it’s your first semester at Unimelb, or you’re sick of getting lost trying to find House of Cards (we’ve all been there), you’ve come to the right place! Here are some student coffee recommendations, with random life tips thrown in for fun!
Jen is a fourth year art history student, though this is her first year at Unimelb (she's from NZ, don't hold it against her). When she's not at uni, Jen will be out getting to know Melbourne and all it has to offer. The uni gallery has a lot to offer and it’s a … Continue reading Five Galleries Near Campus That Aren’t the Ian Potter