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What to do in your Reading Week: a guide to Europe’s photography galleries

After a seemingly endless summer, uni has officially started. The average student’s life now comprises solely of lengthy hungover lecture hours and mentally crippling visits to the library. All are […]

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Year Abroad. Part 15: Sun on Sundays

Mid-February and already layers are being removed. As T-shirts replace scarves we are beginning to slow down into the regular pace of life: morning visits to the park, coffees in […]

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Year Abroad. Part 12: The Exam Period

Given my previous experiences of France, I should have expected this to be anything other than straight forward. However, after two weeks in England over Christmas, any nightmarish recollection of […]

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Excuse My French, Part 11: Au revoir Avignon!

The 17th of December marked my last day in Avignon. Despite the final few exams in the last week (because by this point we had simply stopped caring) we enjoyed […]

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Year Abroad. Part 10: Home time

So here marks the end of my first semester, and it makes sense to end it as I began: hot, tired and uncomfortable. I’m sitting on a Ryanair flight to […]

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Part 3: Excuse my French, Exams & University

I write this sitting in the departure lounge at Marseille airport. In less than 3 hours, I will be breathing the sweet pollution of London air, and relearning how to […]

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Intro: Excuse My French

It’s been a month now in Avignon, and although the hours in my lifeless classes drag with the pace of a limp corpse, time seems to be flying by in […]

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Introduction

Zac’s the name, writing columns is the game. No, in all seriousness, it isn’t. This is first time I’ve ever done this and I’m actually a joint honours French and […]