Monthly Archives: March 2014

Losing my religions

Every second summer or so, the Pope proclaims World Youth Day. He chooses a city and Catholic youth from all over the world come together and meet him. When I was a child, my parents and brothers went to Santiago … Continue reading

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Buliding

Foundations Other people are both my favourite and my least favourite thing in the world.  As well as writing, one of the things that makes me feel alive is when I have a crowd of people “following” me. Sometimes, when … Continue reading

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Futureproof

Future Aaargh! Future! I’ve spent a lot of time recently thinking about what I want to be when I grow up.  The Warden has warned us that he’s going to send out an email soon asking us to clarify if … Continue reading

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48 hours in Italy

On Thursday, I was planning a nice quiet evening. I had a flight at 6:25 on Friday morning and I would need to get to bed early. As class rep for the 79 PhD students in my department, I had … Continue reading

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