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Susan

I'm a third year student reading English Literature, which I love tremendously even though it often makes very little sense. I'm secretary for the YMCA society, raising money for young people in Exeter who are vulnerable to homelessness. I go to Isca church and I spend the rest of my time getting overly-excited about food, animated films and bad puns. I'm forever bursting into my housemates' bedrooms to tell them something wholly unimportant about my day, so I imagine my blogs will go along a similar line. I delight in the little things, and I aim to be honest about the hodgepodge that is my life.

Website: blogs.exeter.ac.uk/susansscribbles/

A new tune for the last dance

Thus ends the first week of my final term here at Exeter. My friends and I feel a bit like we’re in limbo – people are forever asking about our plans for the future, and we’re thinking ever-more about what to do after we leave university. Some people are intimidatingly organised, and some of us have precious little clue as to what’s next (I’m in the latter category). Sometimes it feels like I’m wishing graduation forward, and have half-left uni already. So, since I’ve personally ruled out post-graduate options which would require full organisation now, I’ve temporarily suspended thinking about the future until the freedom of Summer term.

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   January 16th, 2016    Lectures and Seminars, Life in the South West, Life on Campus, Studying, Undergraduate     , ,


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