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weeks went past we kept bumping into each other on campus. Eventually I introduced myself to him as fate wanted us to be friends and from that point on we instantly clicked and we’ve been great friends since even post-graduation. And still to this day he never did figure out why he thought I was from Southall lol.


The use of social networking became vital whilst I was at University and Facebook was the main source of both information and communication between students and funnily enough it was the reason I became friends with this one girl. She mistook me for someone else and began messaging me on Facebook asking


all these random questions. I didn’t think much of it, I could tell she was from DMU so we had that in common so despite the initial case of mistaken identity we continued talking. Turns out she lived directly underneath me in my Halls of Residence and the rest is history! We’re still in touch today and she’s forever sending me random messages on Facebook for old times sake.


That’s the great thing about University, you never do know whom or how you will make friends with a person. I made friends with the people on my course as you do and with those in my flat but I also made friends with people by simply going to the library or even


to the off license at the same time. It seems the more weird the way in which I became friends with these people the more the strong the friendship was. So to all you Freshers starting university next month don’t think that the only way you’ll make friend with people is from your course, you never know you could be minding your own business one day and casually bump into someone and instantly get along. Like I said; that’s the beauty of University!


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