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Examinations may be over for some students, and they are anxiously waiting for results. Waiting for exam result is no doubt one of the most nerve wracking chapters in a student’s life. 896 more words

University Of London International Programmes

Our Mutual Friend Tweets: The Big Reveal!

As we come to the end of our blogging and tweeting adventure, we will be hosting a gathering after this year’s Dickens Day on Saturday 10th October at Senate House, London, at which our anonymous tweeters will be revealed! 36 more words

Charles Dickens

Opinion: Some criminals might not be mentally unstable, they might just choose evil

News reports about heinous killings lead many of us to question why such crimes occur. Often, people say things like, “A person must be sick or crazy to do something like that.” 575 more words

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Epidemiology for Zombies

A man is going into space and at first he is excited by the prospect. As time moves closer to the launch date there is stress and anticipation before the rocket launch. 844 more words

Distance Learning

Dickens Day 2015: Booking Now Open!

Reading is a powerful thing in Dickens’s novels. David Copperfield says of his childhood that ‘reading was my only and my constant comfort’. He goes on, ‘when I think of it the picture always rises in my mind, of a summer evening, the boys at play in the churchyard, and I sitting on my bed, reading as if for life’. 172 more words

Charles Dickens

Sir Colin Blakemore and the Importance of Neuroethics

The International Neuroethics Society (INS) defines neuroethics as “a field that studies the implications of neuroscience for human self-understanding, ethics and policy.” Though it is oftentimes the subject of controversy, the field is crucial for understanding the significance of science and personal responsibility, and it’s also something that is vital to all criminal justice systems. 470 more words

Dana Alliance For Brain Initiatives