I was a student at Kenyatta University after joining in 2012. I studied Bachelor of Arts - Theatre Arts and Film Technology for four years.
The whole course was fun, and my favorite unit was acting. But I cannot say the same thing about video editing. I have never been a behind the scenes kinda person, and so video editing was not my cup of tea.
Life in campus was fun, frustrating at some point and adventurous. I would hustle at times to make a few coins. I remember I used to do sales and marketing, more of hawking kitchen wear in different places for commission.
On dating, I would say, I never dated in campus. I found relationships being too demanding and needing a lot of work. I was more focused on working on my music and building my brand. I think campus relationships are not for everyone. Some people just want to live life, explore and basically just have fun.
To unwind, mostly during weekends, I used to hang out at the swimming pool with the swim team, or at the students annex or shopping Center. Otherwise I spent time in the studio when not in school.
Some of my unforgettable classmates in campus included Sleepy David, and he is funny.
I am however yet to graduate having differed my classes to focus on my music. Interestingly, I am not planning to go back to study theatre. I want to take a different direction, possibly mass communication and entrepreneurship.
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