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Let's be Honest: 21 and Inside Out

When I woke up the other day, I did just that. I woke up and I was fine. Granted, because of the looming pressure of final year, my sleep pattern was still a bit off and I still felt that residual tiredness that gradually adds up after too many late nights. 797 more words

University

My first volunteering experience abroad

Volunteering abroad was always something that I wanted to do. By the time I have finished my Law and International Affairs degree, I already knew that unlike my friend I was not going to spend my holidays celebrating our graduation in Ibiza. 838 more words

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Bar prep - prep = Bar

Also known as where I want to go to after classes are finished.

This semester, I’m taking a bar prep course through school. It focuses on testing strategies so learning how to read questions, how to break down the rule, how to apply it, and how to write an essay. 140 more words

Law School Such A Beast

Hi all,
I hope your Monday is going well. Today has been such a long day for me. I’m now relaxing with some coding while sipping on a cup of tea (and munching on chocolate chip cookies that I really shouldn’t be eating). 123 more words

Life

First entry!! Happy (Chinese) New Year and DAY 1 of A Month of Productivity Challenge

“It’s never too late to start again.”

I have always wanted to become a blogger and share with the world what I have experienced in my daily life. 490 more words

Law School

Looking Forward, Looking Back: QUB City Scholarship Experience.

This post was originally published as ‘City Scholars, Leaders and Memories’ on the 7th February 2016 via the wordpress account of the QUB Young City Leaders Society.  2,455 more words

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City Scholars, Leaders and Memories.

As the interview season for the QUB City Scholarship programme rolls around, we want to wish all short-listed candidates the very best of luck. We can remember too clearly what it felt like to go through the process! 2,638 more words

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