HERE ARE SOME QUESTIONS THAT WE ASKED SOME PEOPLE. IT WAS LOTS OF FUN AND EVERYONE HAD A REALLY GOOD TIME. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
What has been your favourite moment of 2013? What’s the difference between a selfie and a self-portrait? Are you staying in Adelaide over the summer? Why/Why not? Is there life on Mars? Where do you buy your textbooks? If you were a food truck vendor, what would be selling?
BROCK, ENGINEERING (SPORTS/MECH), 2ND YEAR
1. I don’t know if I’ve had a favourite. Probably when my brother came home. 2. Portraits are fancy. Selfies are not. 3. Nah, I’ll be going home to Townsville. 4. Yes, but not intelligent life. 5. I don’t even buy textbooks. Who needs textbooks? 6. Chilli.
CHRISTINE, BACHELOR OF LANGUAGES, 3RD YEAR
1. That’s a hard one – I’ve just been stressed. I’ve formed a close relationship. 2. I don’t take selfies. I think it’s embarrassing taking selfies. It’s unhealthy to need other people’s praise to boost your self-esteem. 3. Most likely yes – I’ve got work and family commitments. If I could, I’d go to China. 4. I want to say yes – I think there’s got to be life everywhere. 5. Unibooks. 6. Something healthy. I believe in healthy food. Probably cold rolls.
STEPH, ARTS/PSYCHOLOGY, 4TH YEAR 1. Probably the day that election advertising stopped. 2. If you can see the arm it’s a selfie. 3. Yep – I have nothing interesting to do. 4. Of course – why wouldn’t there be? 5. Online or at Unibooks. 6. Doughnuts – cinnamon ones.
Inside the final edition of 2013: the inside word on exchanges, bookshops, and nursing degrees, and more.