The story of my manipulative roommate I lived with in the first term of boarding school.
Free coffee is great. But why would someone want to give it away?
Spin on the classic quote.
HI EVERYBODY! As my quarantine ends at 00:00 am this Friday, I HAD to make a podcast so that I can say that I made a podcast during my quarantine. (Makes sense, doesn’t it?) I say it took me five days, one day for each episode, but in reality it all took me less thanContinue reading “A Podcast About Content – Premiere TODAY!”
Artist – Self-portrait (The Instagram version was better – the coffee was a GIF. Now the steam is immobile : c)
I can’t express to you how much I hate food sections in the newspapers. And potlucks. God, potlucks are the worst — it’s a curse that they seem to be the easiest form of student socialisation, as they happen in my residence hall all. The. Time.
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Been Othered, quite upfront – not British, not Irish, not Scottish, just Other White [uni classification system]
I merged a bunch of stock images into a collage that partly describes the visual impression of my first semester, year three. Just because I like it when things are visual – that’s right, visual, not quantified – and I like to reflect on my time on Earth. I find it quite therapeutic. The ‘quantified’ reference isContinue reading “Semester 1 – in pictures”
I’m glad I can have conversations like this on an everyday basis. My Polish isn’t very good.
“11th November is supposed to be the day of joyful celebration of something that unites us, not the confrontation that it is today based on who has the right definition of ‘Poland’ and ‘patriotism’.”
In the past, I used to despise Gothic spires. When introduced to Gothic Revival in an architectural history course in first year, I would look at AWN Pugin’s “Contrasted Towns” and grimace. What he was saying did not match up at all to what I was thinking – the high-reaching Gothic spires were not signpostsContinue reading “Gothic spires”