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I am currently in the final year of my undergraduate degree, so a common question I get asked is, “What will you do afterwards?” I’ll get back to you on that | © Fox Broadcasting Company, via Giphy Afterwards is this unnameable, feared slice of time, the Voldemort of the slices of times, if you will. It is the looming hour of potential stasis, of nowhere to go or nothing to do after attaining that degree. And it… Read More

Boy, I will do anything for a bit of alliteration. But alliteration aside (see what I did there?), today I am coming to you with some thoughts about comparison. I’m sure most of us have subjected ourselves to this at one point or another in our lives: looking at ourselves, or at something we’ve done, and undermining it because someone else is further or seemingly better off. In my first year of university, I lived… Read More

I wish my university started on September 1st. Then I could at least pretend that I go to Hogwarts… (Source) This time last year, I was about to start my first year at university. I was excited but also nervous. Some of my fears were silly, others were realistic. At some point, I made a list of all of them, deciding to return to them in a year to see if they had been realised. Right now, I know that another group of… Read More

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Didi Oviatt

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