I don’t, sorry - uni life is excellent, I don’t know what else to say! I have my own room and share shower/kitchen(a microwave to be precise) with three other people in my staircase.
MATILDA IS THE IDEAL MOVIE AND HERE IS WHY
- female protag
- no love story cause shes a six yr old
- bff is a small girl of color
- bechdel test passed in like the first ten minutes
- anti-bullying message
- anti-abuse message
- pro-learning message
- this girl is so smart she can move…
You my friend must be just about the most considerate person I’ve ever come across in my life. What you say is absolutely true and well worth repeating; although I can only speak from a very narrow experience within one institution, I assume it goes for many others as well that the pressure they put us through is immense. The workload is heavy (sometimes to the point of being unrealistic) and it’s more of a rule than an exception that students (here, at least) struggle to handle the pressure that comes with it. That said, during the past week I’ve come to learn not only more about my subject than ever before, but I’ve also come to learn just how much more capable I am of studying, working and learning effectively; about the things that I’m capable of putting myself through when I simply must. And that said, let me also add that we’ve got an incredibly supportive student population with a great sense of comradery, a strong system of individual pastoral and tutorial support and consequently, one of the lowest dropout rates of all universities. Under academic pressure or not, I am safe and well here. Thank you for this message, it was really so kind of you and I hope you have a lovely day! x
Do you know how much thinking and feeling I’ve done? It’s terrible. And nothing’s come of it.
— Platonov, Andrei. Happy Moscow (via creatingaquietmind)