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Wedderburn and Simson Collections now on SAULCAT

Special Collections is pleased to announce that the cataloguing of two of its rare book collections is complete.  Both the Simson Collection and the Wedderburn Collection… 760 more words

Rare Book Collection

Book Review: Down the Shore

As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a sucker for novels about excess – money, power, caloric intake, you name it. Throw in prep school kids, twenty-something debauchery, and a European destination, and I’m sold. 273 more words

Hit The Books

UWI'S IRVINE HALL

The UWI’s first modern hall of residence was named after the university’s godfather – Sir James Irvine, Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of St Andrews in Scotland from 1920 to 1952; and the chair of the British committee on higher education that recommended establishment of the regional university. 316 more words

UWI Museum

Wedding Season

In the states June is definitely the month for weddings and that seems to be the same in the UK! After the wedding in England, it was time for some Scottish wedding traditions. 777 more words

St. Andrews

Uniwersytet Momoyama i parę słów jak się tu znalazłam. Momoyama University and how did I get here?

Widok na główny budynek niedługo przed kwitnieniem wiśni! Main building right before cherry blooming time!

Zaczęłam trochę z dupy, ale tak to bywa. Na wstępie należy powiedzieć, że w Japonii znalazłam się dzięki paru życzliwym osobom i możliwości wyjazdu stypendialnego do Momoyama Gakuin Daigaku z mojego kierunku na UJ. 2,995 more words

Japonia

An Alternative

So Harvard kindly offered to let students delayed by their country’s Embassy muck up arrive by Wednesday which meant that from Friday morning when I got up an extra hour early just in case onwards for the next 129 hours until it was officially too late for me to get a flight to Boston in time, I was checking the embassy website on average every 50 minutes only to feel like I’d been punched in the gut every time I saw the same message telling me that they were ‘experiencing technical difficulties’ i.e. 254 more words

Emmanuel Gobillot: Part 2 of an interview by Bob Morris

“There must be a better way.”

That’s the motto Emmanuel Gobillot has adopted toward everything he does. As one of the world’s most popular speakers, consultants, and thought-leaders, he believes there is a better way to lead, relate to customers, and engage an organisation’s creativity, passion, and drive. 1,358 more words

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