- What moments do you remember with special fondness at Unihabit?
Besides the parties we have, such as the welcome party or others, I especially remember the moment I met one of my best friends. David told me there was a new neighbour who did not know anyone and encouraged me to knock on her door to introduce myself. Since then, she is one of my best friends without any doubt. It was a very nice moment.
- Do you have a favourite place in the residence?
This is a difficult question, as the common room is where you spend the most part of the day to day. I have a love-hate relationship with it, because the reason you of spending time, there is always hard work (exams or work in general). Nevertheless, at the same time, when I am not there I miss it. I would particularly highlight the views, which are fantastic.
- How is your day like at Unihabit?
My day at Unihabit is quite monotonous. I wake up, have a normal breakfast, go to University, and then go back to the residence hall for lunch. After lunch, I go back to the university if I have an internship. If not, I start studying and doing class work.
- What advice would you give to someone who is considering living in a residence?
>One piece of advice I would give to someone who wants to come to a residence would be to come with an open mind and a great desire to meet new people. The most important is being an outgoing person. Even if you are not, it is easy to make friends. I would also tell them to enjoy the experience, which is beautiful.
- Do you want to send a message to future residents?
The message I would send to future residents would be to enjoy the experience wisely. Being wise and judicious is the key for going through life.