While the Fresher's Events were very well organised by the University, and within our hall by the hall committee members, I didn't necessarily find the fresher's 2 weeks very enjoyable. There were events and clubbing everyday, and in the second week of Fresher's we had classes too. It was far too hectic. One is not forced to go to every event, but not going feels unsocial. I don't drink much either, and beyond a point most people get so drunk during the night that it's almost impossible to have fun with them, unless you're as drunk yourself. It's a very safe environment, with hall committee members and volunteers helping and guiding throughout. They try to create a good sense of community in each Halls, practicing hall chants and the Hall Committee leading us to the clubs in the Students Union. We had to pay for our (mandatory) Hall merch, but they didn't have enough t-shirts for all the students, which was a bummer because on some nights the dress code was the hall t-shirts.