With the arrival of the month of March, my second term at university came to a close. This term definitely felt quicker than my first but at the same time more cram-packed.
Reflecting on my final ever class and the challenges that come with change.
The month of February happened in a blink of an eye, it seems as if it had only just started and now it is finishing ushering in March.
As an archaeology student myself, and a lover of Anglo-Saxon and Viking history, I was cautiously excited to watch The Dig starring Ralph Fiennes and Carey
A review of the Christmas holidays and the beginning of Spring Term as a Master's student under the third national lockdown.
By now I probably should have expected that this term would be different from the last. I was extremely lucky to get back to york just in time!
Like the rest of this year, Christmas time has been a unique experience. I began my December back in university, where exam season was in full swing.
It is December 2020 and the skies of York blacken each day at around 4pm.
This article is a reflection on a first ten weeks of study during Covid 19, and on what the future might hold.