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A Guide to Political Institutions in The Hague

A Guide to Political Institutions in The Hague

The Hague can be seen as one of the most underrated cities to visit in Europe, particularly for Politics and International Relations students (as you may probably know by now, this is where I am living and studying- so I may be somewhat biased). When visiting the Netherlands, the majority of people tend to prioritise […]

Valentines Weekend

Valentines Weekend

ROMA ROMA, need I say more? Friday TB (my boyfriend) and I set off to Luton airport at midday, having enjoyed a delightful brunch at Jones Cafe to prepare us for the upcoming day. TB was given the responsibility of DJ and being a sensible calm passenger, he failed on both counts. About 2 mins […]

Society’s Xmas Functions

Society’s Xmas Functions

Best part about being in a society? – THE CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS! Last term; hectic, so so hectic – hence this very late post. It all started mid November, the time when assignments are due and the idea of Christmas is blossoming in your mind, teasing you, trying to distract you from work. Assignments are the worst, […]

The aforementioned 'hamster in tow'; his name is Oreo because that is what he looks like.

The Arrival of 2nd Year…

So 2nd year has begun, the year you’re meant to know everything you need to about the university, know the people on your course and know what direction you might want your career to head in. The year your modules get more intense, reading lists lengthen and you’re meant to have figured out a strategy […]

The City and Tradition

Although Chile has now been exposed to more than 40 years of capitalist modernity, it is still quite separated between urban and rural areas. To be sure, mining and tourism have had a huge impact on the development of the deserted regions in the north, especially in and around the city of Antofagasta; and the […]

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