Scran: Self-Published Series of Short Stories

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to be awarded a Vacation Scholarship by the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland and chosen to be a Research Intern by the Research Interns at Strathclyde programme to research 21st century Scottish literature and to write and self-publish my own series of Scottish short stories. I […]

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Studying Abroad: Radboud Summer School in the Netherlands

Summer school aan de Radboud Universiteit. Ik studeerde Nedrlandse taal en cultuur. Earlier this year, I heard about Radboud University’s Summer School in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, after reading an email from Strathclyde about the programme. As I study English Literature, Journalism, and Creative Writing, I decided to apply to the Dutch Culture and Language class as […]

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Featured on Student Journalism Blog: A Day in the Life of a Creative Degree Student

This week, I was lucky enough to feature on Sophie Dishman’s “A Day in the Life” Series on her blog Musings of a Journalism Student where Sophie interviewed me and I talked about my experiences as a Creative Degree Student. You can read the interview below and find the full post on Sophie’s blog.  “A […]

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September Musings: Self-publishing and going back to uni

September is always a busy month what with going back to university, settling back into regular classes and a routine, and getting ready for winter (I’m desperately trying to hold myself back from buying the entire knitwear section in Primark) so I haven’t been posting as many blog posts as I ordinarily would have this […]

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Guest Blog: “Comparative Racism” by Ellen Hawley

Introducing moon child guest blogger: Ellen Hawley! My name is Ellen Hawley and I am an American living in Britain. I have published three novels: The Divorce Diet (Kensington Press; 2015), Open Line (Coffee House Press; 2008), and Trip Sheets (Milkweed Editions; 1998). I blog at Notes from the U.K. and have worked as an […]

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Scotcampus Student Profile: Becoming a Social Worker

If you’re considering a career in social work but you’re not 100% sure what you’re getting yourself into, read my new Scotcampus Student Profile article on becoming a social worker!

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A Student’s Guide to Cramming!

We’ve all been there. You know you’ve got that big test coming up but you still leave studying until the last minute! If you’ve let your study plans slide again, read my new Scotcampus article about cramming!

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