Choosing… Choosing which University to go for was hard for me for quite a while. I knew I wanted to apply for a ‘good University’ with course modules I liked the look of, but that’s about as far as what… Read moreWhy I chose Edinburgh
Last week was Flexible Learning Week. And at first, my plans involved staying in Edinburgh and binging on Schitt’s Creek on Netflix. I mean, what better way to relax? Sleeping in, going out with friends to a local pub at… Read moreFlexible learning week travels!
Don’t worry, this blog post doesn’t mean to discourage you from studying! In fact, it is an integral part of your learning process. I’ve seen students spending hours in the library every day. Yet, we shouldn’t let it dominate our… Read moreWhat else can we do apart from studying?
Three quick questions with three second-year Linguistics PhD students – starring Lisa Gotthard, Alex Lorson and Sarah van Eyndhoven. Question 1How did you end up pursuing a PhD in Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh? Alex: For me, this was… Read morePhD question time
1 Did you know…? That unlike at most other universities, students at the University of Edinburgh don’t wear mortar board hats to doff to the Chancellor at the graduation ceremony? Instead, we are tapped on the head with the ‘Geneva… Read moreDid you know….? 3 + 1 interesting/fun facts about the University of Edinburgh
For most of us going to university also means becoming financially independent for the first time in our lives. Which I know can be an incredibly overwhelming idea as a fresher! However, as a third year student who is heavily reliant… Read moreTips to make money go further at uni
I never really thought of myself as a ‘foodie’. Growing up in a suburban neighborhood of New York City, to be worthy of such a title entailed religiously searching the internet for ‘hip’ restaurants to dine at in Brooklyn or… Read moreChronicles of a hungry student
Welcome back to another blog post all about time travel. This time I’m going to be talking about coincidences. If you read my last blog post (if not I would seriously recommend reading it before this one – A very… Read moreTime Travel 2: This time it’s serious
Going into my fourth semester at university, one would sort of expect I had things figured out… at least somewhat. And that’s true to a certain extent – I’ve made it through three exam seasons just fine, found some nice… Read moreFinding a productive routine