Tue 23 June 2009, The Guardian

The art of making decisions

By Harriet Swain
The difficulty with making decisions when you are at university is that they can end up affecting the rest of your life. Decide to snatch an extra hour in bed rather than attend a lecture, and you miss hearing a point that could land you a first, inspire a thesis and secure you a Nobel prize. Plump for a pint at the Bell and Compass rather than at the Bee and Caterpillar, and you miss meeting the potential father of your five children.
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