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any idea? i'm a women fyi...
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any idea? i'm a women fyi...
Does that actually matter? :rolleyes:
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clothes?
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Where anything, but don't where too much sports wear unless you're doing that type course. You will be escorted to the local nick for tress passing.

Jeans and a band t-shirt is quite common student wear. Basicaly you have to look scruffier than the lectureres and that takes a lot of doing.
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hehe, I can't believe someone actually asked this question....wear whatever you want!
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I wore a shirt and tie to class once, just to see everyone's reaction. Nobody said a thing and nobody cared. Even the teacher wore a baseball cap and t-shirt saying US ARMY.
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(Original post by zatie4)
any idea? i'm a women fyi...
Short skirt would do nicely.
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clothes?
I concur, unless you are absolutely stunning....in which case don't bother with them!!!
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A bathing suit and a rubber ring. Snorkel and googles would compliment the image quite nicely also.
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Just wear what you normally wear when you go out with friends and family.
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Jeans? T shirt? Trainers?
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One of our professors doesn't like students wearing baseball caps, and is sometimes telling people of in front of the class about that.
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any idea? i'm a women fyi...

Whatever the bloody hell ya like !

Just remember to make sure that when it comes to RAG Week/Other Charity occasions, you haven't worn your fancy dress/rough clothes already; other wise the significance wears off a bit !!
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Just remember to make sure that when it comes to RAG Week/Other Charity occasions, you haven't worn your fancy dress/rough clothes already; other wise the significance wears off a bit !!
rough clothes? fancy dress?.. lol.. someone told me to bring a tie for some reason.. :confused:
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RAG week? Is that a Sheffield thing?
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RAG week? Is that a Sheffield thing?
Nope, lots of unis have a RAG week.
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Nope, lots of unis have a RAG week.
Oh. What is it (we didn't have one, obviously)?
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Oh. What is it (we didn't have one, obviously)?

You did have one, just probably didn't know about it.
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Major charity event usually for a week at each University.

Often involves students touring round other University cities trying to create awareness and a little mayhem in aid of the particular good cause - I think our lot have been to Newcastle, Manchester, and even had the guts to venture to Hallam :eek: . The HORROR - you'll be pleased to know they returned safe from the latter listed venture.
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Raise And Give week....it's all for charity.
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