Most people are aware that the University of Sydney is based around Oxford and Cambridge in the UK. However, what they aren’t so much aware of is the extent to which the founders sought to emulate these institutions (something I found ironic given that the founders of Sydney were educated at St Andrews University in Scotland). In fact, the stained glass windows in the Great Hall are called the Oxford and Cambridge windows as they depict the founders of each of the colleges at Oxford and Cambridge respectively.
Taking a break from a hectic work schedule, took some downtime to chill at a Chopsticks game night. And what better way then to relax than to get frustrated over my inability to do anything related to origami successfully.