Donald Trump has been president for just 128 days, and the world is already near-unrecognisable. His incompetency on the global stage has seen age-old relationships falter, and with this, the entire nexus of Western geopolitics has shifted. Whereas Obama once stated that”This is as important a relationship as I’ve had during the course of my… Read More 128 Days Later: How Trump and Russia Have Changed Our World
Prior the expedition to Malaysia this summer, Craghoppers very generously supplied the entire FxPedition Perhentian Islands team with clothing and equipment suitable for the jungle. This is the first post in a series of Craghoppers product reviews, detailing how the products coped with the toughest environment in the world- the jungle! Photographs for this post… Read More Craghoppers Nosilife Pro Shirt Review
After spending approximately a million hours on my essay for Quaternary science, it’s all finally over, in what has easily been the most challenging term (though arguably the most rewarding) yet. Michigan I got to spend just under two weeks with my love, Catherine, after nearly 8 months apart, and it was wonderful. The little… Read More Another Term Ends
Kony 2012 was a social media phenomenon that took the world, and particularly the west, by storm. Over 3 years on, what has happened to Kony? The Lord’s Resistance Army and their leader, Kony, were brought to worldwide attention in 2012 with the publication of a short documentary by Invisible Children that quickly went viral. The film,… Read More Remember Kony?
It has been weeks since I’ve posted about my goal of doing Postgraduate study at a solid American Uni, but believe me, the desire is very much alive and well. I’ve had a meeting with the Exeter Career Zone which offered some useful advice, though I gather that they don’t get many students doing this!… Read More Road to Grad School: The List Narrows
With my long-term partner now back in her homeland, and about to start her PhD at the University of Michigan (a pretty great school), I’m left stranded a long, long way across the pond. I have a visit scheduled in for December to go and see her, in the middle of prime Lake-Effect snow storm… Read More Road to Grad School: The Hunt Begins