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
A review of the Christmas holidays and the beginning of Spring Term as a Master's student under the third national lockdown.