Monthly Archives: May 2016

Waterfalling

Posted by Tom Coope

Exams are finally over! Well at least for another couple of months until the next set, so a definite reason for a brief hiatus before returning to the shackles of revision. A sometimes slightly frustrating aspect of studying medicine is that assessments tend to be timetabled outside of the normal exam period, which for most students is around May or June.… Read More

Top travelling tips

Posted by Rachel Underhill

Summer is finally just around the corner (well, at least it was sunny this weekend), which means that a lot of students are thinking about setting out their summer travelling plans. Having been away for two months, and learnt the hard way, I thought it might be useful to share my top tips for successful travels:

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Cardiff, London, Paris!

Posted by Helena Fern

So whilst I’ve been rambling about our house over Easter, going to the library and working a bit, I decided to make an impromptu trip to London! I got the MegaBus down on Friday, my first ever! It was mostly uneventful, a bit more cramped than being on a train, and the toilet situation wasn’t great, but then the whole journey was only £8 so you can’t complain really!… Read More

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