My picture is from London’s West End. I can’t believe it’s almost christmas! When I first checked my syllabi for three of my four modules here at the University of Sheffield, I realized there was such a thing as a reading week; a week where the departments do not have any classes and is supposed… Read More Reading Week Woes
It was the day after my birthday(Happy Birthday to me!) and I was still feeling disoriented after a night of dancing. On Thursdays, I have a history lecture that starts at 1pm and ends at 2pm. Somehow I misread my calendar and thought my class was starting at 2pm instead. My feet were still tired… Read More Wrong Lecture: IP Laws and Copyright
It’s been 19 days since I last checked in and I can’t believe how fast the time has gone. I should have written at least five days ago but I’ve been a busy, busy bee. Sorry about that and to make it up to you, I’ve compiled a list of all the stuff I’ve done… Read More I’ve Been so Busy! Here’s Why
Hi! My name is Sarah Adigba and I’m currently studying abroad at the University of Sheffield. It’s been a week since I arrived in the UK and it’s been a whirlwind of an experience. My journey here was uneventful. I booked a super-cheap ticket on Thomas Cook airlines and slept through most of it. Then… Read More Oh What A Wonderful Week It has Been!
Our final week in London included many final adventures and re-visits to our favorite sights in the city we have all grown to love so dearly. Our last class trip was to the only Urban Winery in London, London Cru. We learned all about the wine-making process and how the grapes come from different countries… Read More Dancing Dragons in London: Cheers for Now!
For the last week of our adventures together, our professor, Miriam, organized a trip for us to all go to Stonehenge. The bus trip to Amesbury took about an hour. The drive there is beautiful as it takes you through the rolling, sheep-filled green hills of the English countryside. Once you arrive, you have the… Read More Dancing Dragons in London: Spiritual Stonehenge
A large part of cuisine in England comes from the immigrants from the Indian Sub-continent. We have discussed and read about their influence in our Food and Culture class, and we finally had the opportunity to take a trip to an area of London where the Indian influence is the majority. We went to a… Read More Dancing Dragons in London: Immersive Ingredients Included