After finishing up a week of online classes I snapped my laptop close on a grizzly Friday afternoon and eagerly got ready to meet two friends at ...continue reading.
Understanding the historical context of French satirical culture and its dysfunctional relationship with religious freedom ...continue reading.
We are now more than halfway through October and while your freshers experience may have not lived up to the expectations, our priority at university nonetheless is studying ...continue reading.
While some of us have sort of adjusted to the new virtual university of experience one thing that has remained unchanged is job application season. The graduate market is ...continue reading.
Personal Statements fill a lot of Year 13 students with dread, and rightly so. It is at least for most universities and courses the only way you ...continue reading.
Linkedin is a social media app I’ve navigated with both intrigue and confusion. When trying to learn more about ...continue reading.
University societies have always been an integral part of student life. Navigating the labyrinth of stalls at Freshers Fair with ...continue reading.
I have been journaling since the age of fourteen. It started off as homework from my Arabic teacher as a means to improve my essay writing skills and while I was always an avid reader, when it came to writing ...continue reading.
As someone who was always interested in maximising my productivity with the goal of achieving a better quality of life that was emotionally fulfilling, I have spent a lot of time ...continue reading.
Being a naturally extroverted person, the concept of ‘networking’ in its professional sense always seemed slightly odd to me. Making ‘contacts’ based on the potential that they could ...continue reading.
Personal branding was a term I thought was reserved simply to businesses and business people. While I admit my range with these things is pretty small I still haven’t been ...continue reading.