September 13, 2004

Trust and compassion

For some ppl the first day of uni is prob fillled with a bit of fear- in the 'what is going to happen to me now?' category- i have to admit- i was one of them.

But after the warm welcome that we recieved here at warwick- it looks like it actually isnt that intimidating as we feared!

Though we did loose a bit of money today- i guess the free lunch made up for it.

Wasn't all fun and games though- two important words were left embedded in our minds- trust and compassion, which i hope that all of us will be able to have our names attributed to.

Just liked to say a big thanks to all of the staff and students who helped out today.

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  1. Starting uni could be some times a bit intimidating. Specially if you are an international student you have all sorts of questions in your mind. Studies-adjusting to university life- missing home-friends and the hope to make new (nice) friends. Although registration and stuff does take ages but ppl here at warwick do try to help you out.
    I spent 3 best years of my life in Warwick – and the memory remains. The fun begins next week when the orientation week will start and all the international students will start arriving. Hope you have an enjoyable time here at Warwick!

    17 Sep 2004, 11:33

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