Dear University of Leicester, I have started and restarted this blog post two or three times now, in search of the right words to sum up my graduation experience. I couldn’t do it. It still doesn’t feel real yet. So, instead, I am writing to you to summarise my time here; to summarise the time […]
For a Leicester student, the month of March means a few things: 1. The end of the second term. Deadlines everywhere. Crying into your coffee in the SU and your sneaky energy drink in the library. Many cries of ‘SEND HELP’, followed by a trip to the pub moments after the deadline, or crawling into […]
Today is the last day of my penultimate term at university, and as I’ve said, that’s terrifying.
The exam period is over! Hooray! I survived (just). There was a small moment of doubt to whether I would when I drew a face on a banana and sent a story of it to my friends on snapchat, but I made it through. Just a small moment of revision madness. I’d like to thank […]
Happy 2015! New year, new start, and a new blogger for the maths department. I’m Jess, and as my profile will tell you, I’m a final year BSc Mathematics student, taking on the task of blogging as I head into the last few months of my degree. Scary thought…
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So coming to the end of our second week back and first week of lectures and classes, rather than reflecting on what I have done the past fortnight, I’m going to ‘think outside the box’ and look to what lies ahead for the rest of the semester. The first thing you will notice each year […]
Volunteering. Upon hearing this word, what is the first thing that comes to mind? You can say ‘CV boost’, I won’t judge… Long before coming to university, I had already volunteered through a range of opportunities. My most significant volunteering experience was in my local library, where I spent several summers stacking shelves and supporting […]