This is going to be a Slightly Serious post. I’m offering some very general advice for international students coming to the University of Edinburgh. It will be mostly based of my personal experiences as an American, so I’m sorry if… Read moreBeing a Good International Student: Respect and Mindfulness
Welcome to my life! Its week two of the semester and we’re definitely back in the swing of things, and so I thought now would be a good time to give you a little insight into what a typical day… Read moreA day in the life of a Philosophy student
1 week down, 11 to go… Having a massive essay due my first week back this semester really threw me in the deep end. It’s nice to be able to ease into it a little, but by Thursday last week,… Read moreGetting back into the swing of university
One of my favourite places in Edinburgh is the Castle Terrace Farmer’s Market. It’s a really cute little market held every Saturday from 9-2 (if that’s a bit early for you on a Saturday, there’s also a Sunday market in… Read moreLazy Saturdays at the Castle Terrace Farmer’s Market
So here’s the thing — uni might seem like a big step up from secondary school, but you really don’t need that much to succeed. To prove that, here’s what I have in my bag when I go to class:… Read moreWhat’s in your bag?
Hello! Welcome to the University of Edinburgh’s Philosophy department in the school of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences. If you’re seeking answers to life’s biggest questions, what better place to start than Edinburgh! In fact, the school building is actually… Read moreInterested in Philosophy at Edinburgh?
I’ve often found New Year’s parties to be a bit of a letdown. Bars overcharge you, clubs are packed to the brim, and house parties can get a bit too messy. So this time around, instead of waiting on someone else… Read moreHogmanay: NYE the Edinburgh way