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A Cornucopia of Troubles

Confession: I have had so much to write about in the past two or so weeks that I haven’t written at all, simply because it is often times a lot easier to just jot down phrases or words that remind me … Continue reading

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Tradition

Last Sunday night, one of my Scottish friends said she needed to get a winter coat by Tuesday. When I asked why, I got weird stares and “Fireworks!” in return. Fireworks? “For Bonfire Night!” they said, as if I should … Continue reading

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The University of Oxford (est. 1096?): Tradition, Academics & Inebriation

Greetings from Oxford!  First and foremost, I would like to apologise for the belatedness of this post: these first two and a half weeks have been brimming with new experiences and reflections about said experiences, and, what with the stuff … Continue reading

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