Here are some things we suggest you bring along: A level/IB notes - Might come in handy. Bottle opener - We don't want any broken teeth around college. Clothes drier - Think of all the 50p dry cycles you'll save #ballin Coat hangers - Pretty useful. Doorstop - You may or may not want an open door policy during freshers, but having this definitely helps with corridor bonding and pre drinks. Fancy dress - Will be a requirement for majority of socials Glitter - You won't find a uni that loves it more. Keyring/Lanyard - Its most likely you'll be able to find one during the freshers fairs, but if you want to stand out from the crowd with an edgy lanyard from home, now is your chance. Klute Shoes - A pair of shoes for your unavoidable nights out to Klute, the worst nightclub in Europe. Preferably dark coloured, the floors are sticky they're so mucky. Paracetamol/Throat losengers - Freshers flu is real. Even the strongest of us can't avoid it. Pins (only for Wear block) - Pin up those cute pictures from home to make your room more 'you'. If you're not Wear, don't fret, white tac is perfectly acceptable if it doesn't damage the walls. Mug - This will be your multi-drinking device, tea, hot choc, pre drinks- the lot. Reed diffuser - Candles aren't allowed in college rooms because of the sensitivity of the fire alarms, so get one of these bad boys to make your room smell as fresh as you guys are. On the note of sensitive fire alarms, be careful of aerosol cans underneath them too... Small sewing kit - Mums not there anymore. Smart matriculation clothes - Because alas, we are not a gown-wearing college, we have to try and show them up in some way at Matriculation on Wednesday of Freshers week. Toothbrush - Doesn't hurt to be reminded, good luck making friends with bad breath. Umbrella - we're in the north, it rains.