In yesterday’s post I spent a great amount of words attempting to describe (every single one of my posts should start out this way) what I consider to be the sheer beauty of my university. I have never been inside another university in my life, so maybe they are all this impressive — I have no idea. Maybe I am just so used to receiving my education in a stuffy shoebox that smells like MAN and CHEESE that any place will have me at “cafeteria” and “air refreshers”.
Nonetheless, I felt like I needed some photographical evidence to back up my larger-than-life claims about my new academic abode, and so today I decided that there was no better way to spend my lunch-break than to take a little walk through my part of the building and take a buttload of photos for you. What can I say; I had a heavy breakfast.
I personally think this place is effing gorgeous, but then again, the shoebox may have traumatized me and in that case my judgement can’t be trusted. SO THAT’S WHY I’VE BEEN EATING SO MANY PASTRIES.
This place is pretty perfect for when you and your study group want to get together, and, you know, study the hell out of something über interesting. Together. And you know, I would do that, but oh wait, my study group (the ones we were put in) doesn’t want to get together like ever because “study groups are useless” and “my coffee is free at home”, so, I guess there will be none of that for little ‘ol me.
Unless I make my own. I’ll call it the Über Awesome Group of Brilliant Filosofies. Filosofies, get it?
The library is on the first floor.
The coolest stairs, ever.
Our very own academic bookstore. Every time I walk by, my visa-card passes a kidney stone.
(Fun fact: This bookstore donates ALL of its profit to student organizations.)
Want to just chillax and read a book? Come on in! Take your shoes off and make yourself comfortable.
I have a feeling I will be spending a lot of time here.
The first two books I have had to buy. It feels kind of special. I still have two left to buy and I will be receiving three in the mail (soon I hope!).
This photo is kind of stupid, but it was the only one I was able to get of our big auditorium. We had fifteen different presentations today, which was… a lot. Too much information, at least for me.
PS: I am considering joining the university choir… is this the real life or is this me having a brain aneurysm? I don’t even know if I can sing.