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    What is the link to the wiki page for items to take to uni when you start. Just making a checklist in prep and can't find it using the search. ty
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki..._To_University
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    Too lazy to click "Articles -> Student life -> What to take to university"?
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    (Original post by James)
    Too lazy to click "Articles -> Student life -> What to take to university"?
    Obviously i didn't know it was there - seen as though i did say i used the wiki search function which would have taken longer than what you suggested.
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    Condoms, Drugs, Vodka, Laptop :teeth:
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    what about art students? im starting BA in sept and i cant find any lists of what materials are good to bring to halls, or even stuff that you wouldnt think of like a smooth surface to draw on.
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    (Original post by theodorasutton)
    what about art students? im starting BA in sept and i cant find any lists of what materials are good to bring to halls, or even stuff that you wouldnt think of like a smooth surface to draw on.
    Most artists seem to cope ok with a cocktail of drugs, paint/food/blood/ejaculate, and their walls.

    I'm told.
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    Why is "onesie" listed in the clothing section? Is that a joke? (are we going to have babies?)
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    and for the art students who arent sadist, alcohol guzzling, bodily fluid obsessed *******?
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    (Original post by theodorasutton)
    and for the art students who arent sadist, alcohol guzzling, bodily fluid obsessed *******?

    Wait...they exist? I thought they were just a myth, told to young freshmen in order to scare them!
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    very funny. i have to say, ive not met any art students that fit your descriptions, apart from my mental foundation tutor who believed that to be an artist you needed some traumatic past full of mental scarring and heartbreak. i think that might be the kind of stereotypical artist youre talking about.
    as for the rest of the normal people who just happen to be really interested in art? who are going to university to LEARN, yes, LEARN, and make things that do not concern bodily fluids? this is not helping!
 
 
 
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