Networking with a variety of people is important during your years at university. These years of your life will build the foundation of your career and personal development. I believe that you can learn a lot from the people around you. Talking to others and learning from other people’s experiences help you to appreciate your university experience at a different level.
Take the time to meet other people, join different societies with different circles of friends. Sometimes it can be overwhelming when you are constantly meeting new people. But honestly, you never know who you will meet. That’s one of the best things about Warwick, although we are a bubble, there’s so much that can happen. The more you get involved in the more you will learn about yourself and the world around you. You’re always learning if you expose yourself to new things.
This week I performed in Antigone, produced by the Classics department. It was an incredible experience playing in a tragedy is so much fun. Meeting the freshers and other students from different departments was refreshing. The rehearsals were intense but as a cast, we all grew as a unit. Also, through Bhangra we collaborated with Belly Dancing society. It was amazing to have the opportunity to join together and do what we do best- DANCE! The fusion between both cultures allowed us to appreciate the differences as well as take pride of our heritage.