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Laptop University: Adjusting to the Online MLIS

It’s 8:15 pm. After working until 5:00, I came home, played with my dog, made dinner, cleaned up my kitchen, and now I’m sitting down with my laptop and signing into my online class portal. 1,066 more words

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I’ve been in Ireland for 3 weeks—here’s what I’ve picked up on.

By UL international student ambassador Rachel Pierson.

I left New York for Limerick in mid-January, and since then I’ve met some amazing people, tried some great food, and been to some awesome places. 831 more words

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Hands Up! trip to Wolverhampton Art Gallery by Rebecca Savage (2nd year)

Late last year, the History of Art buddy scheme was awarded £1600 from the Birmingham Alumni Hands Up! fund, who provide funding to student-led projects and activities. 627 more words

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Exploring your career options

At Durham University we have a range of local, national and international employers from many industries, including finance, law, science, technology and engineering coming here to our recruitment events. 376 more words

Helping others with Enactus Durham

Enactus Durham and the Durham University Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre have had a great relationship over the years, working together to ensure that student social entrepreneurs have a big impact on disadvantaged people both locally and abroad. 363 more words

Making SCENE tick: The whirlwind efforts of Rona Brennan

The cast and crew of SCENE work hard in many differing roles, from making sure the aquaria are working correctly to setting up visitor days and stays—each a vital part of bringing the facility to life. 979 more words

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Celebrating Chinese Lunar New Year in UL

By Xiaoyu Lin

For all the Chinese, Chinese Lunar New Year (also called the Spring Festival), is undoubtedly the most important thing for a year. Weeks or even one month before the New Year’s Eve, families especially grandparents tend to be very busy preparing traditional food, snacks for visiting relatives and new clothes. 220 more words

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