Posts tagged with Transition

  1. I don't have to wear plaid to learn (Katherine Olivia)

    Hey there! Transitioning from High School to Uni life has been a huge part of my first year and after Week 8, I feel like I’m …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/first-year/2015/05/03/i-dont-have-to-wear-plaid-to-learn-katherine-olivia

  2. Preparing for those awkward, week 1 get-to-know-you activities (Simone)

    To anyone who is not yet at uni, or who is about to begin this semester, I must warn you that one of the hardest questions …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/first-year/2013/07/27/preparing-for-those-awkward-week-1-get-to-know-you-activities-simone

  3. Second coming (Luke)

    Okay, so after a rather long absence from this blog, I have returned! I’m in the middle of moving houses from what everyone would call the …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/first-year/2010/03/12/second-coming-luke

  4. O-Week – maybe sleeping in would be time better spent.

    Most of us bloggers seem to be thinking that O-Week is… Well. Over-rated. “Blah.” I think Laura said? (correct me if I’m wrong!) Oh my it …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/first-year/2010/02/26/o-week-maybe-sleeping-in-would-be-time-better-spent

  5. Another Arts degree-wielding blogger (Jennifer)

    …Saying, “Hi, I’m Bambi!” or, “I love your shoes!”**** for instance, are acceptable ways to start a conversation. Conversely, if you approach a stranger by telling them, “I have genital herpes” or “I’m thinking of starting a nunchucks club”, you will simply appear to have a personality disorder…

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/first-year/2009/03/03/another-arts-degree-wielding-blogger-jennifer