At the start of our course we were warned that week seven is always a really bad week. If anything goes wrong it will go wrong in week seven. We thought the lecturer was completely over exaggerating, but we now know that week seven is really that bad. In our introduction lecture we got told
Hello again, Now that the hype of the last two weeks is over, this week I’m going to tell you a few things about work experience, netball matches, and keeping up with the workload. As I mentioned last week, I work one day a week in the university’s Public Relations office, gaining some work experience
Reading week came as a welcomed break last week, providing a perfect opportunity to catch up on assignments and take time to do some sorting out. A rare moment of forward planning meant that I was able to book some very reasonable flights to Copenhagen for less than it cost to go home. Leaving from
Hello everyone! It’s been a while since my last blog post and boy, what a busy time it has turned out to be! Last weekend I went home and saw my family again. The train ride home was very busy as there was a match in Cardiff at 7.30, but I managed to get a
Ahoy! How are you all? Well I hope. So this week I’m going to tell you a little bit about the new events committee I’ve joined, as well as give you some updates on the dissertation progress, netball antics and other bits and bobs I’ve got going on. But first, I’ve got to tell you
So after several weeks of fretting over the frightening date that was the 16th of November, the day came with surprisingly little amount of stress. Two assignments, 2,000 words each, appears at first a very daunting task, yet, given the time and the information that we receive, we really have very little reason to complain.
So when I last wrote to you all, I was in a state of illness, exhaustion and general wipe out. This week, however, is much much better. Right now we’re in academic week 3 which means the hype of freshers week is over, lectures properly start, seminars properly start, and unfortunately, the work properly starts too. Now