My Experience of Geoscience

Geosciences is a broad discipline that ranges across science and humanities, drawing connections between them.  However my experience of studying geography as a social science specifically, has further broadened my understanding of what geosciences can be, which is what makes the discipline so interesting. I am currently a second year MA geography student. The first... Continue Reading →

time . is . flying.

Wow Its mid-October…can I even call it that? It’s the 21st. How has time gone so fast…dammit that means its only 4 days till the next essay is due. What fun. But they do say that time flies when you are having fun. It’s almost certainly everything but the lectures which are enjoyable part of... Continue Reading →

Edinburgh is all about passion

Since I arrived to Edinburgh I’ve met incredible, inspiring and admirable people; from professors to students from many different schools of the University. All of them come from different countries and backgrounds, have different stories, ideas and ways to understand the world; still, all of them have something in common, and that is their passion.... Continue Reading →

Living and studying in Edinburgh

I love living in Edinburgh, for two main reasons: it’s a fantastic city, and everyone at university is lovely. That probably sounds really cheesy, but it’s true! As a city, Edinburgh is amazing. We have Arthur’s Seat, Blackford Hill and the Pentlands on our doorstep, so if you need to get out and about it’s... Continue Reading →


It's essay season in Edinburgh. There are high winds (seriously, we nearly hit gale force today) and I have high expectations on this spring day. I'm crunching through a marine policy paper and am blessing the folks who designed bibliography referencing software. I am infamous around the geosciences postgrad group as the unofficial Endnote ambassador. I attended... Continue Reading →

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