Hello everyone! I hope you have all had a lovely Easter holidays, and that you are fully settled back into university! It’s been so awesome being back and seeing all of my housemates. Luckily the weather has been so nice and sunny for the past week, which has allowed for some pretty great revision breaks.
Last week I attended a conference at Oxford University for women in the mathematical sciences, which was run by the London Mathematical Society. Can’t wait to tell you all about it! I heard about the conference from an email that was sent round every one in our year advertising the event, which was free for
Hello everyone! Hope you are all well. I’m sat here in a very sunny morning in Cardiff intensely working on my dissertation – which is due in three weeks today exactly (how did that creep up on us?) This month has been really busy and fun and I have also gained another year since the
Easter is nearly up and boy do I wish it would last a little longer. Not because I have deadlines coming up, or even because the end of Easter means the beginning of exams. Its that it means I have only 5 more weeks of University left and its all over. Real life starts!
After election season comes the Bristol visits for third years and then just before Easter it is time for the OPSOC annual Eyeball where everyone gets dressed up to the max in long dresses, tuxedos and the odd kilt. The Eyeball includes a 3 course meal, annual awards and the announcement of next years committee, as well
Last Thursday I attended the annual Journalism Ball as a result of my membership to the Journalism society, and I can honestly say that it was one of the best nights out of my life. All three year groups from the school of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies were represented (as well as a selection
One of the final parts of the optometry course at Cardiff is a trip to Bristol eye hospital. Every third year spends 2 1/2 days in Bristol going round the various departments. This is both an exciting and interesting part of the course as it allows you to see a wide range of pathologies and
Hello everyone! I hope that you’re all now enjoying your well-deserved Easter holidays! Although I know that it might be hard to enjoy it if you’ve got to spend the next three weeks revising! (This is how I’m currently spending my time!). I’ve actually been pretty lucky in the fact that I’ve just finished reading
I feel that this is going to be quite a deep and reflective entry. It’s probably because I’m nearing the end of my degree – it’s that last week of lectures, all that’s left is my dissertation and finals – and because of that, my thoughts are becoming quite reminiscent of my time at Cardiff.