In my previous note, I remember ranting all and about the end of the semester break, and here we are now at mid of the short semester. Short semesters are definitely the busiest of all.
As the semester comes along and as we rush into the same old hectic days of assignments and presentations, it is equally essential to take some time to unwind. Do whatever that makes you feel good about yourselves. Some of us might pick up a good book, or some might choose to spend a late evening at the field. As students, the journey is never easy, but then, as the saying goes, “When you’re tired, take a break, don’t quit.”
Ideas and directions change from person to person, naturally, and as I almost complete my first year with the Campus Buzz team, so much has changed. I think it’s a good thing to keep an eye on the past. We honour our past and smile at today. It’s how we remember our choices and their outcomes, which allows us to make a new choice or if the outcome was pleasant, stick with our choices. Dwelling on the past, however…not a big fan of that. I do it from time to time, and really, it’s just a waste of energy. No regrets, no recrimination ever made my outlook better. I say let’s look ahead and say “now what?”
Coincidentally, this is the best time to look at “then and now”. It’s an interesting thing, to compare yesterday and today. The hype for MMU Awards has officially begun and has been kicked off with the MMU Awards 2016 Launching Ceremony early this month. This year, the big celebration would be on the 14th of May 16’. I believe many of us eagerly anticipate this time of the year, not for the enticing fame or trophies, but as a reward to ourselves and the sacrifices, we have all made.
In Editorial Squad, we believe every student are entitled to the voicing of their opinions and exercising of their rights
In Editorial Squad, we believe every student are entitled to the voicing of their opinions and exercising of their rights. So with that, the Campus Buzz team would be introducing to you, our very own, #BUZZ Popular Choice Awards 2016. We believe that there is no better jury than the students themselves, hence, we are letting you vote for your favourite clubs in the many categories we have lined up including the Happening Award and the Most Havoc Club. We will be opening up for votes soon, and you know what you got to do.
As we spring ahead into the belly of 2016, I want to thank everyone for the feedback I’ve received. Not all of it was kind, but so much of it was, and honestly it’s all grist for the mill, so I welcome it. Onward ho!