Letters. Those things in the mailbox that aren't thrown in the trash right away. When somebody sits down and put their thoughts down on a piece of paper and ship it off with a forty-nine cent stamp. Nowadays, there are many ways to communicate. You can use Snapchat, Facebook, Periscope, even the ancient art of e-mail to name a few. People can use 140 characters or show breakfast with a dozen hashtags and filters. Writing letters seems to be a lost art. They take time and thoughtfulness. When I write someone every other week, I can't put every detail of my life. I have to be selective, not like social media, but in a different way.
Hi, I'm Lauren. I studied Music at the University of York. I graduated last year with a 2:1. I picked to study at York because I fell in love with the city, it was just such a pleasant place to be. I felt like it suited me, and a lot of my interests. York has… Continue reading Meeting Others: Lauren BA Music, University of York
My name is Charlotte. I’m just your average 22 year old girl with a fairly casual job and a graduate degree with no idea of how to use it. I started studying BA (Hons) Musical Theatre at Bucks New University in 2014, well, technically Amersham & Wycombe College with Bucks New University accrediting it. It’s… Continue reading Meeting Others: Charlotte Ba Musical Theatre, Bucks New University
Every uni experience is unique; we all go to different universities, study different things and view everything with our own perspective on life. I wanted to ask others about their university experience. This new series is exactly that. Its opinions from different people highlighting their uni experiences from their eyes. Its the chance for… Continue reading Meeting Others