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May 2010

Mondays, for most people, are absolutely horrific. This day usually involves minimal to no breaks, running from one side of campus to the other in the tiny ten minute gap we have (if the lecture hasn’t run late) and attempting to retain concentration after seven hours worth of information has been shoved into your brain. This is not what Mondays are like for me.

I arrive at uni a comfortable 11:30 and casually walk to my English lecture. After that I have my English tutorial. Then a gap. Lovely right? NOT SO.

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Well the plan had been to write today a deeply felt, well-thought out reflection on my five year uni degree, but it seems that might have to wait...

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Well it seems I have been missing in action as of late, and I must confess its because I was cheating on you a little bit, blog...

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The semester is finally over - grades are out, friends have (mostly) all departed and I've been kicked out of Ihouse. I can't believe the last amazing 4 months have passed so quickly. It was such an amazing experience to meet people from around the world, taking weekend trips, experiencing the Cal spirit, late night hallway conversations and even terrible dining hall food.

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I love Australia. It is simply magnificant.
In the summer, my friends and I did a mammoth road trip through high country New South Wales and Victoria.
It was absolutely spectacular and I'm sure you will agree!

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I like to try new things. I really do. And assured by my friend that it would be perfectly fine that we don’t have any flexibility whatsoever and hardly any athletic ability, together we joined in with Gymsoc.

I’m not a vey athletic person. If you saw me on the street (or at uni) you would know almost immediately that I do not do sport of any real kind. I’m a bit clumsy and I tend to fall over quite frequently. So when I found myself in the basement of Old Teacher’s College ready to do gymnastics, I was nervous, anxious and well, very, very, surprised with myself.

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The beauty of uni is that the strangest thing can happen on the day that you only have to be there for one hour.

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On Wednesday 21 April, there was a Silent Disco on Eastern Avenue!

The Silent Disco on Campus was an initiative of Roslyn Russell, who is this year's Director of Campus Culture at the University of Sydney Union.

It's a student position, and basically her role is to find ways to make campus fun and interesting and different.

This is the first year of the Campus Culture portfolio at the Union, and it's been BRILLIANT so far. I wonder what the future will bring... and I wonder if you, dear reader, will be our Director of Campus Culture a few years down the track!

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Awesome … Breathtaking … Alaska …

While it was an amazing weekend, three days provided a glimpse of only the tip of the Alaskan iceberg, certainly nowhere long enough to do its rugged wilderness justice. Hopefully, I will have the chance to return to explore more of its stunning sights!

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In celebration of the government's new MyZone ticketing system, I've decided to draw my daily how-to-get-to-uni-by-public-transport decision tree.

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Around 108 hours later… (from part 1)

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It is May!!! I cannot believe it. I have been in Uppsala for more than 3 ½ months.

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I’m guessing you’ve noticed by now that the bottom of your shoes are a completely different colour than they were last week. I have never seen so much chalk. There was writing EVERYWHERE. Giant circles of green, and pink ‘D’ superman symbols. I felt like I had somehow walked into a blackboard or accidentally stumbled into the graffiti tunnel. My eyes hurt from the brightness and I was thoroughly confused. People were walking by with unconcerned glances at this madness, and I was staring in awe at the chalkboard my uni had become.

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