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Six questions with Eliza Robertson

She has been rightly dubbed–on both sides of the Atlantic–one of Canadian literature’s rising stars. And no wonder. Over the last few years, Eliza Robertson has garnered an impressive array of awards and accolades for her deeply enigmatic, pitch-perfect short stories. 663 more words


The Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts

The Sainsbury Centre For Visual Arts is an amazing museum on campus! They have an impressive collection of old and diverse objects from all over the world and various eras, some paintings, photographs and sculptures. 272 more words


Christmas is coming!

It is only November, but Norwich is already full of Christmas decorations everywhere in town and in shops! For the first time ever, I promise I’ll try not to be too grumpy about Christmas and I’ll do my best to be in a Christmas mood :P.¬† 246 more words


Wall flower She's Not

A Canadian (born 1987) graduates from the University of Victoria, comes to England in 2011 to study Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on a scholarship, wins the Commonwealth Short Story Prize, gets short-listed for some prizes back home, and before finishing a PhD, publishes a collection of short stories. 1,413 more words

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Of traceability and transparency - on the 5th anniversary of Climategate

If you happened to miss the release of the first batch of Climategate files, Paul Matthews has a summary you might want to read. And if you’re looking for an “alternate” view, you might want to check the … uh …”revisionist scholarship” of former BBC-nik, Richard Black. 803 more words


How Climate Change Affects Male Miner Bee Sex

Wondering about the title? Read on!

Researchers at the University of East Anglia recently analyzed the long-term patterns, dating back to 1848, of male miner bees pollinating spider orchids. 224 more words


Who wants to go back to the past ?

So asked La Roux herself, last night, on stage at the University of East Anglia, before performing one of the best pop songs ever