- The mere mention of Immanuel Kant makes you want to curl up into a ball in the canteen and never move again. Also, you laugh at ridiculous ‘play-on-words’ type jokes that, in the real world, aren’t actually that funny …
2. You just LOVE going to ONLINE journalism because you are PART of a group that SMASHED a quarter of a million views online.
3. This message has presented itself frequently in your inbox since September.
4. This is also something you would see quite often.
5. The canteen food and coffee is beginning to taste good. Oh God.
6. You fondly refer to the Wellington building as ‘the Welly’.
7. You view the act of printing things off as an effort and a trek. Nothing goes right with any machine you use EVER, be it in the library or the Welly. There have been reports of you reciting your student log in details in your sleep.
8. Lunch from Spar is a treat. Noshington is the dining hall of kings. It’s just… you’re always… so… frickin’… HUNGRY!
9. If you smoke, you roll your own. And you try not to look like an idiot holding a conversation while a filter is hanging out of your mouth. (Note: we always look like idiots when trying to hold a conversation with a filter hanging out of our mouths.) Silk Cut Choice is a big deal down in the smoking area. That little *click* gives you such a thrill when you have actively made the choice (geddit?) to smoke menthol.
10. You greet Dave with the biggest smile you can muster when you see him, as he frequents college the least out of all of us and probably has an interesting story about something that isn’t related to journalism, assignments, lack of sleep or chicken wraps.
11. You pretty much bursht with pride when you saw this.
12. You have been greeted like this by Barry Kane at some point in the academic year: “Why hello there! It’s me, Barry. Barry Kane.
It’s been a stressful but hilarious year and I’m so happy I met everyone in MAJ-FT-1314 (course code right there lads). I wish everybody all the best with everything they do, and how lucky I am to have had something that makes it so hard to say goodbye.