Campus Love Life: JKUAT Students Getting Better Grades Due to Love
The campus freshmen desire to set their hearts ablaze with deep affection and in JKUAT you never lack a lighter.
In my first year on campus – JKUAT, I bought a bottle of love to quench my thirst
My first sip was a bliss
My second had me running for the hills - Crispine Mwangi
Love is the gospel of life in campus. Everyone has their own perspective about love life when they step into Juja for their studies. I remember hearing phrases like “I can’t date a classmate,” “I can’t date a person on the same campus as me” and “oh I don’t think a long-distance relationship can work for me” among others.
Though people have different opinions when they enter campus, specifically JKUAT, their perspective about love life is gradually directed towards one viewpoint, that is, “Stay Taliban” or rather “stay dangerous!”
To have a clear view about how this happens follow closely.
From my observation, freshmen desire to set their hearts ablaze with deep affection and in JKUAT you never lack a lighter.
Sophomores and continuing students are the lighters, they will pin you down, harvest you, and you will fall for them. Don’t get me wrong, the guys in Juja are very romantic, they will take you on dates to popularly known places like “Wajeff,” “Kwa Moha” and “Kwa Mathe,” and when HELB has arrived, they will even take you out on pizza dates. You won’t experience this until you give them a chance. You will love it until they calculus you to a zero, differentiate you to zero rather, heartbreak you and turn you into a Taliban.
I’d be a pessimist if I failed to acknowledge that there are also integrators amid the heart miners, the integrators, or rather the lover boys (surprisingly these are the guys you will see with dreadlocks) are the people who will take care of you like the baby you are. Instead of them heart-breaking you, you are probably the one who is going to leave the lover boys heartbroken hence maintaining the cycle.
In my conclusion it is this cycle that is helping students in JKUAT get better grades – people integrate and differentiate each other until calculus becomes their second nature.