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  • Journey of evaluation

    Choosing an optional module can be confusing. And after choosing a programming-related module in my first semester, I decided to choose something a little beyond my current academic scope. Hence, I choose BS12008. My experience with BS12008 – Introduction to Scientific enterprise has been interesting. I took this module to understand the evaluation process that […]

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  • A subdued ailment

    These past two years have helped us realize the widespread devastation that a pandemic can cause, and we as humans are trying to work our way out of this crisis, but what about the pandemic that has grappled this world before the current crisis and has only gotten worse with the widespread reach of COVID-19? […]

  • Reflection: Civil Engineering through the years and my favourite parts!

    As my time at University comes to an end, I have been reflecting back on the long but short 5 years. I came to University hopeful, excited and a little nervous. Like the majority of students, my biggest fear was that I wouldn’t make friends. That quickly changed of course once I realized all the […]

  • Cheap meal ideas for students on a budget

    I know how hard it is to budget properly when you’re first starting university (or even after uni!). Over my first year I found a way to save some money while cooking meals, and I thought this could really be helpful for people looking to eat well but not break the bank. I will try […]

  • Good books to keep you company…

    Books have always kept me company being an introvert, so here are a few books that I came across and enjoyed thoroughly. Circe by Madeline Miller. If you are someone who enjoys Greek mythology, you should indulge in this book. It is a retelling of the Odyssey through the point of view of Circe- who […]

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  • Happy International Mother Earth Day!

    In these gripping times, our planet needs to be protected from the ongoing pandemic and the surging climate change devouring it by the day. And today, the 22nd of April is celebrated as International Mother Earth Day.Isn’t it interesting how we refer to the planet as a mother? This rather abiotic being nurtures and cares […]

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  • Packing to go back home (International Students edition)

    After a somewhat restrictive first year at the university, I took many take away with me as I packed to go back home. There was a lot that needed to be done before leaving, and here are a few tips that might be useful for international students as they prepare to head back home. Storage […]

  • 10 More Songs to Help Keep You Motivated

    It can be hard to stay focused on your work during the Easter holidays, with having no contact with tutors. On top of that, it won’t be long (hopefully) until the world will start to get back to normal, we’ve just got one last little push to go. So I’ve compiled 10 more songs that […]

  • What I’m missing about Dundee

    Since going back to my hometown for Christmas, I’ve been unable to return to Dundee because of lockdown restrictions. They say distance makes the heart grow fonder, and so I’ve come to realise what I’ve been missing most in the four months I’ve been away. The ArchitectureOf course, being an architecture student, I have a […]

  • How it feels to be finishing uni

    My time at the University of Dundee is unfortunately coming to an end, and it’s such a strange ending to my four years! I thought I’d make a little blog post to share some of my feelings about finishing uni, and hopefully others who are leaving this year will be able to relate. My last […]