Month: June 2014
In life, rarely are we asked to pause and reflect on the experiences that define us. uniDiversity sat down with eclectic UOW student, Britt Andrews, to ask her the tough question: ‘what makes you uniquely you?’
During Britt’s interview, we wandered past Wollongong’s Crown Street dessert bar, Sugar Cube. “Wafflepops!” She exclaimed and disappeared inside, returning with a delectable-looking chocolate/coconut glaze…yum,
“I have a penchant for every sort of fast food ever. It’s a miracle I’m not the size of a whale.”
As students, each day we find ourselves immersed in a multitude of unique personalities – some we mesh with and others we perhaps avoid – but there’s always one person who deeply intrigues us.
Perhaps it’s that individual who sits attentively at the front of the lecture hall, studiously taking notes; maybe it’s the class comedian, effortlessly cracking gags and leaving the room in stitches; perhaps it’s…
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