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London Calling

Article written by Adrian Hepfer, a graduate student at Indiana University. Adrian works with the International Programs and Student Services office at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). 683 more words

Internship Stories

An Education

After spending nine months away from home, in a different country, studying at a university known for its exceptional standard of education as well as its diversity in terms of the backgrounds and nationalities of students, I can safely say that the trick to gaining maximum knowledge and exposure is to have an open mind, not only in terms of approach to academics, but also in terms of approach and attitude towards fellow students. 608 more words


Gateley Plc… what does that mean for a trainee?

It is fair to say that it is an exciting time to be a trainee at what is now Gateley Plc. On Monday, 8 June, we became the first UK commercial law firm to float on the stock exchange, with shares in the firm being admitted to trading on AIM (‘Alternative Investment Market’). 697 more words


How hard can it be?

Over a month has passed since I finished taking my second year UoL exams. But this time was a bit different. I was not a… 754 more words

Distance Learning

I finished my first term!!

So many feels to share. And photos. In other words, I need to sit down and do some free form writing on reaction for my first academic year in London, what I’m doing now, and thoughts on what’s ahead. 44 more words

Grad School

Austerity UK

  • The poor have become poorer and the rich richer thanks to David Cameron and George Osborne’s new austerity policies.
  • The most prosperous half of Britain has got wealthier due to Osborne’s reforms, while the poorest have become even poorer.
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