'student' suggests a bit of work. sometimes, i suppose, i have to make an effort to get to a proper pub and drink good beer, but it's (nearly) always worth it.
music, especially live music. i can't imagine anything better than a sunny day at a music festival with friends and beer and a top roots/ accoustic gig. but it's not work . (sorry, steve, i just cannot get going with classical music and i have tried a few times. it's the formality of it i think, and the showy-offy singing. i like a bit of surprise or ramshackleness (a trot not a stalinist!))
i do like to study people - whether it's just watching people go by (preferably from a beer tent at a music festival on a sunny afternoon) or working with all sorts of people or by reading loads of novels.
i love walking/birdwatching and going to live football but can hardly claim to be a student, i rarely know which hills i am looking at or even the names of the trees or flowers, i just love the occasional moments of beauty.
as i get older i find myself getting more introspective - sadly studying myself, a bad habit that goes along with visits to the north of scotland or gloomily trudging in the lakes.
glasgow or edinburgh for a more lively time - i know a bit about them