Posts Tagged ‘Emily French’
In an ideal world, a student would attend all of their lectures and tutorials. They would arrive punctually, listen attentively, take notes diligently and behave in an altogether studious and commendable fashion. In the real world, students sometimes fail to make it to their classes. When they do manage to attend (often late), the sound [...]
Before we really get started, I feel I should make you aware that this article will not emphasise the importance of studying for exams or tips on revision methods. Although these things are obviously essential, you’d be amazed at the fact that they’re often not your undoing. Some seemingly very simple, straightforward elements of taking [...]
A rumbling stomach. Without question, the single greatest obstacle to engaging with one’s studies. How on earth can anyone be expected to concentrate on plate tectonics or the Israeli-Palestinian conflict when all they can think about is how much they could go a cheese toastie? (N.B. apparently the ultimate craving-inducing food, according to recent studies.) [...]
My mother has always said that Abu Dhabi is the perfect place to have a mid-life crisis. Now, having seen the fervour with which the Emiratis embrace the spangle and flashy lights for Christmas and New Year, I can really see what she means.
The city of Melbourne offers a vibrant, cosmopolitan, multicultural experience – something that is best reflected in its fantastically diverse restaurant and café culture. When it comes to eating in Melbourne, the phrase “there’s something for everyone” doesn’t quite cut it. This self-proclaimed cuisine capital of Australia has literally thousands of spectacular eateries for you [...]