• Final year feels…

    Earlier this year I wrote a goodbye letter to my second year of university but now, a few months and a global pandemic later, the fears of final year are taking hold. I now have the looming thoughts of final grades, full time jobs and further study. I know I want to do a Masters […]

  • Graduation Ball

    Hi everyone, Two weeks ago I attended the annual graduation ball organised by Edge Hill’s student union so I thought I would tell you all about it and how the evening went! So, the ball costs £49 to attend it include a three course meal at Aintree Racecourse and entry to the afterparty held in […]

  • Finishing Third Year

    Hi everyone! Well, that’s it! I have finished my third year at Edge Hill doing my literature degree. I had quite a lot of work due in over the last few weeks and I am so glad I can finally just chill and be able to do what I want – as well as no […]

  • My University Highlights

    Hi everyone, As I enter my penultimate week of lectures as I am in my last year I thought it would be nice to look at my highlights of being at Edge Hill over the last three years! I have had a great time and I am definitely going to miss it! Celebrating 21! This […]

  • My New Years resolutions

    Hi everyone, Happy new year! I thought today I could share with you some of my New Years resolutions for 2019! Be healthier – It is definitely true that with university comes a lot of takeaways and convenience foods for those late nights in the library. So, I just want to be a bit more […]

  • What to expect from final year?

    As my third and final year of university as an undergraduate draws closer, I’m wondering how different it will be to second year. You might also be wondering what modules are available to you in your final year of a biological sciences degree. As I’m doing a Genetics BSc, I have four compulsory modules: Applications […]

  • Beginning Third Year

      Hi everyone 🙂 In September I will be starting my third and last year of university at Edge Hill. It’s something I have been thinking about a lot and the idea of graduating in just over a year is so terrifying as it feels as if I started uni last week!! Many people will […]

  • New England Thoughts

    New England Thoughts

    Although I’m working at the Field Museum most days, I still work at the arboretum on Thursdays. The main purpose of this is for the individual and group lab meetings, but it’s also a good time for me to focus on analysing the data from the prairie restoration project, this includes the biomass data I […]

  • Things to keep in mind when living with friends

    Living with your friends sounds like the ultimate dream right?! Well, it really can be, but you need to remember that you and your friends are completely different people. You don’t truly know a person until you live with them and you may have a bit of a shock when you move in. Luckily I’ve […]

  • What Do I Do Now?

    As of 9th May 2017 I will officially be finished with my degree. Yes, I know, It’s scary! But what’s even scarier is that the question I’ve been asking myself for the last year will be staring me right in the face: What do I do now? Now I don’t have the cushy support of […]