Tag: Grace Lissenden

One Third Gone

First year went by far too quickly. I blinked and it was over. Now I am one third of the way through my undergraduate career, a fact I am simultaneously proud and scared of. I am pretty sure that this

Posted in Classics and Ancient History Tagged with:

The Big Chill and BVDA

Term is busy as ever and as well as work I’m currently fundraising for Bristol Volunteers for Development Abroad which is a charity set up by a Bristol student who had a passion for international sustainable development that myself and

Posted in Classics and Ancient History Tagged with:

Work Smart and Stay Ahead

I’m beginning to understand the concept of working smart rather than working hard and so approaching the start of Teaching Block 2, I have two resolutions. The first is to stay ahead of the reading schedule, particularly for the Ancient

Posted in Classics and Ancient History Tagged with:

Into the new Term

Coming to the end of the Autumn Term, I found myself more and more grateful of the University bus service and ski thermals. You would not believe how bitterly cold Bristol can be in the mornings; beautiful, but totally freezing.

Posted in Classics and Ancient History Tagged with:

Moving to Bristol, Freshers’ Fair and ‘Deep Classics’

I’ve always found that good things tend to happen when out of your comfort zone, so I was a little excited to move to a new city on my lonesome. I say on my own, actually two of my friends

Posted in Classics and Ancient History Tagged with:
Top
css.php