Have you ever wondered what the world of dating would be like if it were more like the world of work? Two recent conversations made me ponder this point.
This is a historical issue for Pugwash News: it is the last one we will ever be putting out from our current location in Gun House (hopefully this time next fortnight we’ll all behappily settled across the road). It’s sort of sad, in a way, but also sort of exciting.
During last term the Christian Union were out a number of times meeting students and getting to know them. On Purple Wednesdays we have been outside Jongleurs and the Union, running refreshment stations where people have been able to grab a glass of water and a donut to keep them going on the way home (until they run out).
I was looking through old photographs the other day, and came across a bunch of photos that I hadn’t seen in years. As I looked through, I realised they were mostly of people who I am no longer in contact with; and I began to wonder why.
Last issue, we told you a little about the survey that the Christian Union did during last term. Well, the results of our survey are in, and we figured we’d share them with you!
This isn’t a lecture, nor is it me trying to do my bit to make the world a better place, although that would be nice. It is a realisation of truth, a bit of useful advice, or rather a plea, to not let alcohol ruin your life.
From the look of the spring/summer fashion trends this year, it seems the top trends are all things you thought were fashion faux pas. Backpacks, bumbags, novelty bags, bright clashing prints, socks with high heels, head to toe one-colour outfits.
The distance from Southampton to Portsmouth is 27 miles, the average person walks 3.5 miles per hour, that’s just over seven hours – I was zigzagging.