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  • 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 […]

  • Life of a medical student: Obs and Gynae placement

    Hello everyone! I am blogging about my clinical placements and what’s it like being at the hospital during covid times. I am in my obstetrics and gynaecology placement in Dundee. One of the most exciting part of my rotation were surgical theatre days. I had to wake up early and arrive at the ward for […]

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  • The Truth behind Biomass “Green Energy”

    If you are still reading my blogs, by now you know I am passionate about sustainability. It is a difficult subject to tackle because it is so vast, and it requires not only the actions of ourselves as individuals, but everyone; especially governments. The UN released the 17 sustainability goals back in 2015 to envision: […]

  • How to choose the perfect student flat

    Apartment hunting season has officially commenced!🥳 What that means is that you are all probably as stressed as I am. I know it can be tough so I am here to give you some (hopefully useful) tips! Look for HMO flats: Now this is something that I did not know existed in the UK when […]

  • Decoupling Natural Resource Use and Environmental Impacts from Economic Growth

    In the next series of my sustainability blogs, I am going to speak about the growth of countries’ economies while their use of resources is declining (‘decoupling’). We are currently using unsustainable amounts of the Earth’s natural resources. “Decoupling” involves allowing economies to grow without this being directly dependent on the quantity of resources used […]

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  • The Sidlaws: Part 2 – The West

    Finally getting round to writing the second part of this blog, here are my top hills to climb on the western side of the Sidlaws (that is to the west of the B954 where I set the boarder to stop in my east Sidlaws blog). Lundie Craigs This one is fantastic for walking and has […]

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