Studying is all about getting yourself in the right frame of mind for extended periods of concentration. Lots of different people do this in lots of different ways, and so there are no hard and. Lots of different people do this in lots of different ways, and so there are no hard and.
You will no doubt have been shouted at to keep your things – your room, your clothes, your dishes, your washing – clean and tidy your whole life. Right from the moment we are born, we have someone chasing round tidying up after us. First it’s our nappies and our puke. Then it’s our toys.
Living with people ain’t easy. That’s just a fact. You will remember how many arguments you’ve had with your siblings over the years. They’re your own flesh and blood, and yet there have been countless times when blood has nearly been spilt and flesh may have even been wounded over some of the finer details.
There are certain milestones in your life that pave the way to adulthood (and then right on through to the grave, but let’s not worry about those yet). Each one is surrounded by its own very unique significance. Puberty is a big one of course – though hopefully we should all be over that by now.
One of the most persistent questions I was asked by people that I knew whilst studying for my English with Creative Writing degree was this: ‘Oh, right – so what are you going to do with that then?’
Welcome to the real world, young people. No longer are we having everything paid for by our parents, no longer are we having our meals prepared, our washing done and our homes tidied for us. No longer are we in receipt of a regular stream of pocket money that will keep us ticking by.
Many universities around the world (especially in America) have time-honoured traditions for students to take part in. From naked jaunts around the campus to ghost stories and superstitions, lots of students will take part in at least one of these rituals during their university careers.
As anybody that’s been to university will tell you, it’s a time for, not just hard work and studying, but also social experiences and fun. Right from the start during fresher’s week, there’s a massive focus on nights out and partying. Whether you enjoy bar hopping, clubbing or house parties, chances are you will spend a great deal of your time at university enjoying yourself with like-minded individuals.
Sheffield has evolved somewhat from the industrial focal point that it once was. Whilst remnants of the city’s rich still stand everywhere you go, the place has gone through something of a Darwinian metamorphosis. Once a city almost entirely devoted to the production of steel and related products, it is now home to not one, but two universities and is a hub of bars, restaurants and cultural experiences – such as the independent cinema.