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 go to that regrettable 9am tute you got into because … Continue reading How to Vote for Student Elections Painlessly
You may have done everything within your powers to prepare for uni, but there are so many things you only find out later. To save you valuable time, the Unimelb Adventures team have come up with this cheatsheet of things we wish we’d known before we started uni! You don’t need to know what you’re doing right at the start of first year! You only … Continue reading What We Wish We’d Known About Uni Before Starting First Year
Sam is a final year Master of Publishing and Communications student who loves to watch soccer and cycling, read books, bake cakes and knit jumpers. New to the Uni and wondering what to expect during the next couple of weeks of Orientation before first semester kicks off? Fear not! Here’s a rundown of some of the top events coming up. Carnival day Tuesday 21 February … Continue reading Orientation and SummerFest: What’s On?
A summary of the major ways you can get involved socially at university! Part 2 in the ‘VCE to Uni’ series by Lucienne. Continue reading VCE to Uni: The Social Transition
Shannon, a UniMelb Adventures sub-editor, is a third year Bachelor of Arts student majoring in Criminology and International Politics with a Diploma in French. When she’s not busy with university and work she likes to relax by getting brunch & coffee, doing some yoga and watching Law and Order SVU. 1. JUST KEEP READING So, you’ve chosen a topic for your essay/take-home and you just think … Continue reading 10 things I wish someone told first year me about SWOTVAC & the exam period…