Johnson wrote: “While I'm sorry [the UCLU LGBT Trans Rep] was offended, and will be speaking to him to apologise and explain that nothing was intended personally, I do think it would be inappropriate to treat LGBT Society with kid gloves or any less equally than we would treat any other society"
Urgh, what a ****. Is he really that much of a moron that he can't see the difference between *****ing about a sports club for their behaviour and mocking just one individual for their identity?
That response he initially made was quite simply unbelievable. How dare he insult someone for being non-cis and defend it saying that we must respect his "distasteful" opinion.
It's one thing to say "I don't understand non-cisness" which I would find bizarre enough seeing as the man finds himself in central London and amongst such a variety of cultures, identities, opinions and the like, but to openly insult someone for it.. you get my drift.
Ashamed to say I attend the same university as that little prat.
To register for exams here, Italians have to use a website and we erasmus have to email the faculty. People literally sign onto the website at midnight the day exams open to get an early number and avoid waiting round all day. I decided to be cheeky and email before the website opened for the Italian students so that I could maybe get a decent number around 10th or so, rather than email on the day and be miles down the list. Now I've received a confirmation of my number. I'm literally the first person to take the exam. Talk about karma.
Logically, it's a good thing- sitting in the exam room for an extra hour or so wouldnt make any difference to my mark. But first is still scary!
Bizarre end of term Roxy times. I ended up attaining pretty much the perfect level of drunkenness and was more or less out of it without memory loss/doing strange things.
Friend wasn't so fortunate. On returning home to mine where he was staying since he's no longer a student, he not only broke one of my kitchen glasses and proceeded to vomit in the sink, but proceeded to stand up in the middle of my bedroom at 5.30 am, whip his old boy out and start urinating on his sleeping bag.
For how drunk I still was, I was astonished.
Arriving to the Czech Republic in twenty-four hours...
UCL website states that the accommodation is guaranteed only to those who firm it. Does it mean there is no guarantee that those who choose UCL as insurance get an accommodation? Is there any way to ensure this – how was this dealt in the past? Is it possible to pay for the accommodation upfront even though it is insurance and then in the worst case scenario loose the deposit or whatever .. how does it work? Thanks for the help.