20 Problems Every Liverpool Student Living In Cathedral Campus Has Faced
Liverpool is by far one of the best places to attend university, but if you’re a student living in the heart of the city in Cathedral Campus, you do have to face these problems.
1. Having to walk up an extremely steep hill to get there.
Good luck getting up there carrying your weekly shop or after a heavy night out.
2. And trying to explain which court you live in to visitors is a task.
Are you Team Dean Patey or Team Dean Dillistone?
@katiewoodhamx the Chinese man must've got confused between dean Patey and dean dillistone the next street along 😂
— Charlotte (@charlmorris_x) November 26, 2014
3. You also have to warn your visitors about the hundreds of bins outside in the courts.
Try not to crash into them!
4. But even before you get your car into the courts, you’ll be challenged for a car pass at the entrance gates.
5. You have to make the hardest decision of uni – do you live in a house with five bedrooms, or a house with four bedrooms and a lounge?
6. You never fully work out which of the two house doors is the front and back.
Wait… Where am I going?
7. Or understand why you have a cupboard under the stairs like the one Harry Potter used to sleep in.
8. Never being sure if the rumour you’ve heard about the house with the spiral staircase is true or false.
9. Having to share the courts with a mixture of other unis.
Uni of, John Moores, Hope, Edge Hill and LIPA…
10. Which you’d probably be OK with, but you don’t even get your own backyard. 😭
The House Garden is a field you all have to share!
11. And you know you’ll end up having to live next door to weirdos.
Like this person:
The things you see…. pic.twitter.com/GTogaspPV0
— CathedralCampus (@CathedralCampus) April 30, 2013
12. Your house parties will get shut down by security at least once.
13. But at least you do see the security team, unlike the people who work in the office.
Does the office even exist?
Dear Cathedral Campus… that piece of standard office equipment called a phone.. HOW HARD IS IT TO ANSWER IT? oh. my. life.
— Clou✨ (@poemsbyclou) September 7, 2012
14. Which isn’t useful when you need to contact them about a maintenance issue.
Spoiler alert: everything will break in your house.
15. Getting woken up every Sunday by the loud AF Cathedral Bells.
Well, I guess that’s why they call it Cathedral Campus.
16. And once every year, you will be woken up by the parade for Chinese New Year.
Whose idea was it to put a fair on the street behind my house? I just wanna talk.
Liverpool Chinese new year fair pic.twitter.com/w4arrfL1ao
— funfairthemeparkfans (@funfairthemeuk) February 1, 2017
17. If the bells/parade don’t wake you up, the ice cream van most deffo will.
Who sells ice cream at night in winter?!
It could be a bloody thunder storm and the ice cream van would still come to cathedral campus 🍦🍦🍦🍦
— Lisa Jaycott (@lisajaycott) October 15, 2013
18. The cathedral will host a selection of very random events.
Which means more unnecessary noise, traffic, and people everywhere.
19. And unfortunately, you won’t even be able to drown the noise out by putting in headphones and watching something on YouTube or Netflix because of the awful Wi-Fi.
@StudentComHelp You wifi at Liverpool Cathedral Campus was been absolutely terrible past few days – sort it out lids!
— Elliot Tutt (@elliot0tutt) March 15, 2017