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... Grey College's student led seminar series. I got to see some excellent presentations on Genetic Engineering, the history of Chinese Dragons and the Politics of the Sochi Olympics. The presentation on the Sochi Olympics was especially controversial, as the presenter attempted to portray the Russian perspective on the Olympics and the Ukrainian crisis, which certainly sparked heated discussion.
Last week our Social Secretary Katy organized an awesome ...
... of the Baltic Gallery. In the afternoon we walked around downtown, and explored Newcastle's New Castle. The Castle was built during the Norman Period to defend the river Tyne, although a fort had existed on the sight in the past. Although once a sprawling defensive complex, only the keep and Black Gate remain as the rest was demolished to make way for the train tracks during the Industrial Revolution.
In the evening, we returned to Durham to have dinner ...
... publish' this blog. I've never made any of my blogs public, and feel a bit worried that I have attached a very personal element to some of my entries. I question if it's too personal? Do I really want anyone who chooses to read my blog to see that side of my life? The past year of my life has been crazy, which has understandably led to many varying emotions, some of which have been expressed in my entries. Looking back at the earlier posts I feel so different to how I do now, ...
... in the world.
The American engine was originally called the Golden Shuttle, reflecting the Yorkshire Woolen Industry, and traveled from Bradford and Leeds to London. In 1945 it was renamed the Dwight D. Eisenhower in honour of the General who led the Allied Forces to victory in WWII. It was shipped to the National Railroad Museum at Greenbay, Wisconsin in 1964. The Dwight D. Eisenhower returned to Britain for ...
... me that fit has a different connotation here in England than it does back home. While we would say fit to mean: in good shape, here in England its used as a slang term for attractive. So instead of saying that a person is "hot", you can say that he/she is "fit". If you so desire you can stick "well" in front of it for added emphasis and say: "he/she is well-fit". This gives new meaning to the term: survival of the fittest.
Back to the main narrative! On Friday morning at ...
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