Can you spot what’s hiding in the Fellows’ garden...?
Next up in our students’ list of “things to bring with you to College” is a laundry basket! Carlotta, a second year History student and also one of two JCR Welfare and Academic Affairs Officers, says: “Laundry bins are so helpful in keeping your room neat, and convenient when you’re taking your washing down to the laundry room! You can find cute ones online to make your room look more homely.”
Enjoying the colours at the front of College on this beautiful morning
When you’re packing for University, it’s often the little things that you forget - so to help you we’ve asked last year’s freshers to tell us what they wish they’d remembered to bring, starting with Psychology student Anastasia Price. * “The most important thing to bring, in my opinion, is a dressing gown and slippers. It doesn’t matter if you’re going to the kitchen, Dome, the library or just waking up on a cold winter morning - they’re just so versatile.”
Don’t forget to sign up for our #openday tomorrow! As well as chatting to current students and our Admissions Tutor, you’ll have the opportunity to explore our beautiful gardens and experience the @newhallartcollection which is situated all around the College - pictured is Barbara Hepworth’s Ascending Form (Gloria).
With the countdown to Freshers’ week on, we’re sure you’re starting to think about what to bring and wondering what your rooms will look like. At Medwards, all first year students live in Pearl House so we asked the JCR Communications Officer Anna Neely, soon to be a second year mathematician, to show you round the room she had in her first year