Here it is, 2016! Probably slightly belated as we have been in it for 24 days, but I still can’t get my head around how ‘futuristic’ it sounds. I also realise every year I’m starting to sound more like my Mother saying those sort of things. It has been a whole month since my last entry and life has been relatively quiet in terms of large … Continue reading Bonjour 2016!
After my sister and I had the pleasure of being treated to a lovely dinner by Professor Lord Robert Winston last week, I was inspired to blog about In Vitro Fertilisation and the background behind how I came to be through IVF! Monday 2nd November, Professor Winston took Fay and I to dinner at the House of Lords. He also took us on a fantastic and interesting tour of the Houses, where we also had a chance … Continue reading IVF and Robert Winston
This post is long overdue having graduated 2 weeks ago today! However, in between graduate job applications, networking and workshop events, running the Union and looking after 17,000 students, my feet have hardly touched the ground; I’m glad I’ve managed to squeeze in an hour to document Commemoration Day! For me especially, my graduation was rather unique as I didn’t just go up and skip across … Continue reading Imperial College Graduation 2015!
Here I am: a 21 year old, Poole born girl, living in the heart of London, running the students’ union of one of the best universities in the world… it’s been an exciting few years to say the least! At 18, I fulfilled my ambition of going to study at a top-class university, reading a subject I was beyond fascinated by. My love for science … Continue reading Here and Now