Has a film ever made you question your own moral precepts? For me, cinema—and art in general—has always provided a space for intellectual and emotional discourse. I find art to be the most effective medium at exposing psychological truths and… Read moreDo Androids Dream of Golden Means?
It all started just as a one-off. One of my classmates suggested that she would enjoy hosting a pub quiz if we were up for it, and of course the answer was yes! We all agreed on a date and… Read moreHow do my classmates and I stay connected online right now? 3 words: Weekly Pub Quizzes 😉
Four things I learned this year. Given that, in some ways, my first year at university is over, I wanted to reflect on my time as a refresher. I hope that any prospective students see this and get excited for… Read moreA little reflection
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
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
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
AKA 5 things I wish I knew before coming to Edinburgh University. This may be very philosophy-student centred, but I thought I would share a little insight for all interested in studying with the PPLS school, or Edinburgh University in… Read more5 things I wish I knew before coming to university
I surely remember some long nights spent writing papers for my Master’s as if it were yesterday. Okay, yes, it was only a couple of years ago – but still. ‘What’s the point in writing this anyway?’, I would ask myself, as I frantically browsed through endless lists of references. Following a brief search on the web, I realise many students struggle with writing essays. Rightfully, then, you may ask why papers are such a widespread method of assessing students at UK universities. Many essays and two degrees later – now teaching in higher education myself – I think I might have figured it out.
As the year goes on and exams come closer, you might have some difficulties trying to fit all that information in your head. Here I’ve gathered 7 tips (lucky number) to make it easier for you all. 1. Don’t leave… Read moreHaving trouble studying? Tips to improve your process
Happy Halloween everyone, I hope everyone’s has had or is having a spook-filled week. My plan for this evening is to watch The Exorcist for the first time and go to bed before 11pm. So, maybe I should introduce myself,… Read moreA (very) short introduction to time travel and film