Late pancake day with some strange people in my life.
Whatever you decide from now on matters, whether that means putting that extra hour into writing a postgrad application, or cut down on watching another TV show, it makes a difference.
Appreciate the time (left) as an undergrad. I can only imagine postgrad becoming more hectic.
Surround yourself with people you love. Appreciate them for giving themselves to you to love them.
Its ok to say no. Remember, the system will support itself with the right people. And even if there isn’t, something will happen (for better or for worse), but not everything is going to be physically possible to care for, nor should it be your responsibility.
Stop spending your money aimlessly. (Dad and Mum have worked great lengths to provide for you, it is a privilege to be overseas and studying something you love. Or should be loving at least)
Find a way to love what you do no matter how difficult it gets.
Love yourself. Remember to make time for yourself.
A day for raising the general awareness of HIV/AIDS, every 1st December is designated to spawn a series of campaigns around the globe to help counter the spread of the diseas through a better general understanding. With over 6300 people contracting HIV everyday (that’s 262 every hour!), the need to have a good understanding of the issue remains as pertinent as ever.
This short clip from Warwick’s own UNICEF on Campus is a good starting point:
One of the many social issues that people have simply too much misconceptions towards.
Chris Godfrey, the visual effects supervisor for the film The Great Gatsby, put together a fantastic reel showcasing the work involved in creating Gatsby’s New York.
Godfrey has been the visual effects coordinator for nearly all of Baz Luhrman’s films, and for the first time we get a chance to see all of the incredible work he and his team have put in.
If you could see the VFX breakdown of any film, which would you choose? Let us know in the comments down below!