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Our First Weekend

The pre-sesh Session!

We officially started our journey to Stockholm for Global Sessions 2016 at 6.15am(!) on Saturday 14th of May from Glasgow.

We probably should have been discussing our expectations of the Global Sessions, but as it was so early, we just chatted and used the time as an opportunity to get to know each other better. 414 more words


My 2016 GCU residency experience

This is not a sponsored post.  All opinions are 100% my own.

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For those of you in the GCU doctoral program, you probably have a lot of questions going into residency.  881 more words

Nail Polish

New Society Alert!

I’m back taking on even more responsibility and I’m loving it!

Women for Women is an organisation I first discovered through the St Andrew’s society. Honestly, I was surprised I hadn’t heard of it before, especially when it’s been up and running for 20 years! 518 more words

Caledonian Women

Keeping it all together

When I first started my program, I had about a month and a half of summer to really focus on school and build a good routine. 660 more words

When Tuesday, April 19, 2016, 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Where LS-270 Commons Contact E-mail karen.ann.conzelman@gccaz.edu Contact Name Karen Conzelman 37 more words

What a way to Finnish (with other European flatmates)

We’re finally approaching the end of my big old uni assignment that, no doubt, has bored everyone to tears. However, I still stand by the fact that this topic has been an enjoyable take on the brief as it has presented me with plenty opportunity to indulge in the finer things in life as well as giving me as excuse to heave up GBBO from its iPlayer grave. 431 more words


GCU Student designs Scotmojis

A student from Glasgow Caledonian University has designed a new range of Scottish based emojis which were launched yesterday.

Kayleigh Dempster, a second year Digital Design (Graphics) student was approached by Fanmoji Ltd to develop the emojis, which feature a range of Scots inspired emojis. 128 more words

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