Applying for jobs can be one of the most challenging obstacles to face after graduation, and in sectors where vacant roles are limited, reality can be harsh. However, all hope is not lost.
When one hears the word "Viking", one often imagines longships pulling up to a rainy beach, followed by men in iron helmets rushing over-board, brandishing axes ready to slaughter and pillage.
Term is finished and instead of celebrating I’m in isolation… Again! Annoying, but not in reality that surprising, I saw it coming the way you would bad weather.
I can finally say I’ve taken part in some of the practical elements in my course! I just wish the weather had been nicer while I did them! (It’s meant to be summer, where is the sun?
Coming back to university for my last term as a first year was definitely a more pleasant experience than second term.
Rejoice! The pubs are back!
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