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FiNZ 31 - Summer Sizzlin'

Happy Thanksgiving all! This year I got lucky and my company got a surprise extra holiday. Therefore, us in the New Zealand office decided to utilize that during Thanksgiving. 516 more words

A Day Trip to Kent, Part Two

Canterbury

While Dover was a bit of a disappointment, Canterbury (or as our English friends say it, “Cawntabry”) was a delightful surprise. I knew there was a cathedral there, of course, but really didn’t know much more than that. 314 more words

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2nd Year - Where is my bag??!!

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are well!

I have had such a hectic weekend which consist of my bag being “stolen” hence why the title is “Where is my bag?”. 382 more words

SHUTTLE BUSS SUCCESS FOR CLUB CHEMISTRY

By Chloe Flood 

A bus service run by Canterbury’s biggest club is a huge success just weeks after being set up.

Club Chemistry, on Station Road East, introduced the idea of a shuttle bus about a month ago when concerns about students getting to the venue were talked about. 301 more words

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Canterbury Tales- A historic assault on the senses.

It’s a dull rainy Wednesday morning in Canterbury, and armed with a camera and a companion (fellow student journo Mary Holding), I set off for one of Canterbury’s main attractions, … 569 more words

Tithe disputes over the centuries

Reaper-binder: Brook Argicultural Museum

In addition to the lecture feast this week at Christ Church, beginning today with the Becket Lecture, I thought I would mention Dr John Bulaitis’ Nightingale Lecture next April. 133 more words

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The Time We Went To Margate And It Wasn't Actually A Complete Dump

If you live in Royal Tunbridge Wells, chances are that everything east of Maidstone is a mystery to you. There’s no need to go to the dark side; why visit skankholes like Strood, Dartford and Folkestone when the glittering metropolitan lights of London and the hipster-filled beaches of Brighton are bigger, closer, and – quite frankly – better? 709 more words

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