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A lot has happened since I last wrote. It is now August (…AUGUST!?) and the department is eeriely quiet, now… Read more Perks of a PhD life: seeing the world!
I hate exams. Unqestionably, I am not the only student to hold this opinion. Exams have the power to make… Read more About keeping sane during exam season.
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Time flies when you’re having fun. Three weeks ago, for the first time of many to come, I took a… Read more New Beginnings: I’m a PhD student!
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