Tue 17 February 2009, The Guardian

The art of being the perfect flatmate

By Harriet Swain
Living in harmony with other people is one of those skills you pick up at university that turn out to be far more useful in the long term than those you are supposed to be acquiring, such as making properly referenced footnotes, or understanding string theory.
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