For several months at college this year I found myself living off chocolate, burritos and tea. This climaxed to a crescendo where I disposed of my breakfast in a blind rage. In any case, I decided I would write something about the weighty topic that is food at college. To my surprise, it’s in the Irish Times. I did a vlog about it too. I’d love if you’d check it out and let me know what you think.
Mill Junction – a former grain silo block in Johannesburg – reborn as student accommodation after an innovative conversion by South African property management outfit Citiq.
By converting the silos and adding stacks of shipping containers to the sides and top, the development – completed in January and opening this month – has 375 apartments along with study rooms, libraries, computer rooms and stunning views of the city from the rooftop terrace 40 meters up.
Trekkies will recognise Omicron Theta as a star planet in the Star Trek galaxy so we’re hoping, nay praying, that this is a wind up.
From Rachel Lavin and Gareth Gregan at The University Times:
The University Times has learned of a plan to set up an élite fraternity, officially called “Theta Omicron” but privately referred to as “The Dynasty”, in Trinity College.The first evidence of the fraternity on campus came when a group of male students appeared in the Cancer Society’s annual naked calender under the title “all shall soon be revealed”.