All posts tagged City

Ellen Roberts-James

Excuse My French: Settled in Geneva

So far my time in Geneva is completely – and joyously – opposite to France. The Swiss way of life suits me very well. I even run and eat porridge […]

Zac Turner

Year Abroad. Part 16: Buenas Noches

So, Madrid called. They said they wanted to see me, so I popped over for the weekend, and, with my girl being a native, despite her misleading blonde hair, I […]

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On London and Dreams…

This is a slight deviation from our usual reviews and historical articles about the city, but as the semester is drawing to a close (are you panicking? I’m not panicking…) […]

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‘Cardboard City’: Interview

Fourth up in the QMTC New Writers’ Festival is Cardboard City, written and directed by Holly Rodman. I spoke to Holly about the real-life inspirations she had for the play […]

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Forms in Motion: Design and Architecture Under Review

The originality found within the realm of architectural design has been the source of inspiration for a myriad of creatives, who seek to go beyond the limits of their visions. […]

Ellen Roberts-James

Excuse My French: Bienvenue à Genève!

On Tuesday I finally arrived in Geneva! The journey involved a lot of waiting around (due to my dad’s eagerness to leave extra early to avoid traffic), lugging my enormous human-sized suitcase around on my own […]

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Places to take your visiting friend if they are bored of ‘Tourist London’

Recently, fellow CUB editor (and flatmate) Josie posed me a question. She asked if I had any recommendations of places that she could take her visiting friend. Of course, I […]

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Claustrophobic London

Buses and taxis whizz by in blurs – a scene which could have jumped right out of a comic book page. Everything looks just how you would expect: the financial […]

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Excuse My French Part 9: Departure

Sadly, this is my last column before I move back to England. The time has come for me to repack my gargantuan suitcase and start the journey back home. As […]