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Thursday, November 15, 2018

When in Rome

As a Classics student, I was overjoyed to be asked to chaperone forty-five 11-year-olds around Italy’s ancient sites. The school that I had worked...

Where to go this January?

Discover hidden parts of France, get an insight into Northern Africa, have tea with a Welsh community in Argentina or sunbathe on a beach in Spain. Mhairi Roberts on where to go in the Intersemester Break

The students’ guide to the lights of Bangkok

Bangkok is truly the most amazing city. Filled by the chaos and cluster of 14 million bodies going about their hectic daily routines, the...

36 hours in Tokyo: a guide to Japan’s vibrant capital city

This summer I was very fortunate to find myself in the capital city of Japan, Tokyo, a city with enough delights to satisfy any...

Cultural Cock-Ups

All this sunshine is making me so confused. I mean, I am in Scotland, it is April; I am still supposed to be walking...

Sarajevo: where east meets west

Sarajevo is a patchwork city. In a single street one can move seamlessly from Ottoman bazaars to Hapsburg boulevards to concrete communist-era apartment blocks....

Easter Ideas: Loch Lomond

Staying in the country for Spring Break and looking for a day trip away? Why not visit the bonnie banks o’ Loch Lomond? Situated...

City guide to Amsterdam

Before visiting Amsterdam, I had heard from numerous people that the sidewalks, canal houses, and the waterways were beautiful. I heard that the museums...

The frugal traveller’s trip to Budapest

Upon selecting the perfect exploration destination for our very long inter-semester break, we had but two criteria; the place had to be as yet...

Around the world in 21 universities

Caitlin Hamilton compiles a snapshot of life at universities and colleges across different continents.