I'm Lucy, a fourth year geologist at the University of Leicester. I'm currently completing my master's in Applied and Environmental Geology, studying Serbian Gold. I spent my third year in Arizona on a study abroad so look for posts about studying abroad, 4th year life, sports and committee-roles.
Sports, societies and socials (part 2)
Posted by Lucy in Geology on March 28, 2019
Just like Leicester’s sports network, there are a huge variety of societies to join while in university. Each subject has their own associated societies, all sorts of skills: first aid, gaming, and baking, and helping the community with hungry for change, Nightline, and Marrow (+ many other great charities). I have been involved in […]
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Sports, Socials and Societies (part 1).
Posted by Lucy in Geology on March 11, 2019
Cup Winners 2017. Varsity v DMU 2017 Hockey Ball 2017. Over my four years at Leicester I have been part of a few societies to varying degrees of commitment. I have tried out […]
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New Geology Blogger!
Posted by Lucy in Geology on February 15, 2019
Hello from Leicester! My name’s Lucy and I am this year’s geology blogger. I’m currently a fourth year Master’s student studying Applied and Environmental Geology. My project focuses on a small gold prospect in Southern Serbia with a company called Medgold Resources. I spent four weeks over there this summer collecting my samples, and logging over 100 m of rock. […]
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