TASK: Produce a monologue. You must choose one of the crimes that we have been studying and produce a monologue explaining your life as a criminal as if you are the criminal (first person). Explain what crime and why you committed it, how you were treated by the public and how you were or will … Continue reading The Vagrant
One underestimates the quantity of paper and books required to successfully complete a History degree with a first. If someone could buy me my Amazon Wishlist in its entirety, that would be great... #studentsarepoorbooksareexpensive
And yet the people of the free states have no guilt in slavery!
Slowly beginning work on my dissertation on racial violence and I found this article from 1834, Boston, Massachusetts. I think it really is fascinating but I can't use it because of its location, so I thought I'd share it with you guys. It is from an online archive called Accessible Archives and is followed by … Continue reading And yet the people of the free states have no guilt in slavery!
A Student’s 3 Great Tips For Writing That Darned Essay
It is not uncommon for students to leave an essay to the last minute, be it because you are King Procrastinator, because you would rather be drinking, because this is the one at the bottom of your never ending list of things to do...or because (and I will believe you) you genuinely forgot. I will … Continue reading A Student’s 3 Great Tips For Writing That Darned Essay
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What a depressing image!
Is this really the light at the end of my three-year degree course tunnel? Surely not! However, anyone who has watched the news in the last five years would believe that it is. In the same breath, however, I am going to leave this chart here. Yes, graduates are suffering unemployment, but so is everyone … Continue reading What a depressing image!
The Value of a History Degree in 510 Words
Ever-expanding and constantly under criticism for being ‘irrelevant’ to modern society, History is one of the most all-encompassing academic subjects; there is little that can be excluded from its studies. Forever delving further into the depths of time and the recesses of the past allows its students to develop critical research skills that are beneficial … Continue reading The Value of a History Degree in 510 Words
We are doomed! But at least we’ll see it coming…
A lovely little thought that my friend (a law student) shared with me recently...