Greetings Ladles and Jellyspoons,
The end is nigh! The last two weeks are upon us, which means it’s time to finish those pesky assignment that have been loitering around for the last six weeks and start studying for exams. You ought to be aiming for at least a ‘D’. Whether you get a ‘D’, a ‘HD’ or get lucky during the break, is entirely up to you!
Whats new on the Science front?
Since my last address we’ve started up our study nights in preparation for those pesky exams!
Join us for free food and studying on thursday nights! We are bringing in a few past students of various schools to give anyone and everyone tips for their units! It’s a great way to get involved or meet some new people who are in the same boat as you!
We have had our quiz night being StarWars themed as it was on the 4th of May. T’was quite an interesting evening (to say the very least). I do have a strong affinity to quiz nights; I mean where else do you recall all the fun facts you know whilst enjoying the stimulating effect of a social lubricant! If you did miss out this time, there’s always one next year!
We’ve also had our first ever tie-dye workshop. Why? Because Science!
I never really knew what tie dye was until I actually took the time to google ‘GTM’. However, I wasn’t really surprised by the patterns on the shirts as they correlate quite well with the experience one has at festivals. Anywho, it sure was a hit; we had about 80 shirts that went and so we decided we’ll do it again next semester!
Lastly, if you want to make a bit of a difference we are currently volunteering for Ronald McDonald House and would love to have a few more people helping out! I will say that any extra-curricular volunteering you do can be put on your academic records to make you look less like someone who has been studying in a cave for the last 5 years!
Good luck with your assessments and exam preparation! We’ll see you on the otherside!
UWA Science Union