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2 ISSUE 19 | September 2009 wHaT advIcE woUld yoU gIvE SomEoNE wHo IS coNSIdErINg STUdyINg? Never give up, even when people cut you down to size, get up...flick off the dirt...and keep moving. Remember if people dont like you thats their problem and its a reflection of their personalitynot yours. STUdENT profIlE doNNa-lISa mcdoNald brIScoE coUrSE Library and Information Services wHErE arE yoU from? Northern Territory wHy STUdy aT cdU? I have chosen to study at CDU because they have the resources that I need to complete my course lIkES I like meeting new people from all different nationalities; I also enjoy reading books (obviously...), spending time with my family, and chilling with my girlfriends dISlIkES I abhor racist people, liars, gossipers, two-faced people, thieves, and despicable traits in general. favoUrITE bUSH TUckEr Goanna and Kangaroo...Mmm favoUrITE food Mums cooking favoUrITE movIE I dont have a favourite movie, but I enjoy watching documentaries on true stories and phenomenal events favoUrITE mUSIc I love Rock and Roll, and cant stand Rap crap favoUrITE SporT Tennis ambITIoN/aSpIraTIoNS To become a Librarian, it would be good to see Libraries in every remote community Would you like to appear in our Student Profile column? If so, please contact Betty Ah Kit on phone 8946 6640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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