- Do you remember any special warm moment?
-One moment that I remember in Unihabit was the first residence party that we threw when we were meeting everyone. There was a bunch of food and drinks and it was a special time. I was not able to sleep that night because the music was going on until very late but it was amazing. I am glad that Unihabit throws those type of events.
- What do you like the most about Unihabit?
– I love the residence because I feel we have made such a strong sense of community, not only the Americans, who we are generally very close because we all live in the residentce, but also with the local students which we have started to become very close, too.
I think the setup is ideal, having my own space in the middle of the city is key when I am interacting with people all the time, it is like to come back and have that privacy. Also having a kitchen, not only in my room if I want to prepare something quick but also downstairs is a huge plus too.
- How is your day-to-day in the residence?
–I usually wake up a little bit earlier and then, because the residence is so central, I can pretty much walk to wherever I need. It is nice because I love walking so I walk to class, which is roughly 20 minutes. I have classes at two institutions and they are either 20 or 25 minutes distance, which is awesome. Then I come back, prepare a lunch in my room, and then I study a little bit, go off to my other class and, I usually go to the gym, which is very close, maybe get something to eat, come back and finish my studies. If there is anything I want to do, it is so accessible to all parts of the city, which is awesome.