My Summer Plans
Posted by sra16 in Archaeology & Ancient History on March 30, 2016
Despite it only being the end of March I have already got a list of things I have got planned to do over the summer! The University of Leicester has opened up so many new opportunities for me and many of these opportunities are what I have taken up in order to fill my summer […]
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Is Being Able To Drive An Essential In Archaeology?
Posted by sra16 in Archaeology & Ancient History on February 29, 2016
Recently I have not been able to put a worry of mine to rest. That worry is that I will not be able to get a job in archaeology because I cannot drive. I feel like I am running out of time as in less than a year and a half I graduate. I have […]
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