Well, I know that Cassio loves Desdemona. I also know that she loves him too. But what’s a bit of exaggeration, eh?! Honest Iago. I mean, I love her too. I’d especially like to bed her as revenge for Othello bedding Emilia. Wife for wife, know what I’m saying? But let’s be honest – Othello’sContinue reading “Iago’s secret blog #2”
Hahaha. I tell Roderigo to fill his purse with money but really, he is my purse, my fool. I don’t give a crap what he wants or whether this is going to help him; all of this is for my profit only. Because I hate Othello and I want revenge. I have heard rumours thatContinue reading “Iago’s secret blog #1”
So, it’s that time of year; I’m coming to the very end of my degree. And to finish it with a bang, I’ve decided to undertake an exciting creative project for the module on Shakespeare that I am currently studying. That’s right, I’m running my own Shakespeare play… With a twist. I’m going to beContinue reading “#WarwickShakespeare creative project”
So, as a number of you know, I have been set some challenges to complete for charity over the 12 Days of Christmas. Sally set me a challenge to post two book reviews: one of my favourite book I’ve read this year, and one of my least favourite. As an English Literature student, I reallyContinue reading “Book reviews for 2014”
So after trying pole fitness at the beginning of the summer and absolutely loving it, I decided that I’d like to try some more new sports. So to end my 2014 with a bang, I thought it would be cool to give skiing a go for the first time in my life.
*PRESS RELEASE* Warwick Jailbreak returned over the weekend of 1-2 November 2014 for its 10th anniversary. With 380 participants (150 teams) signed up to take part in the event, this was the biggest event of its type in the UK. The students taking part had 36 hours to escape Warwick University campus and get asContinue reading “Warwick Jailbreak 2014 winners reach Israel”
This blog post has been brewing for a few months now, and I can’t believe that I’m actually, finally writing it. Suddenly this feels extremely real. So here’s my big announcement: over summer 2015, I am going to Uganda to volunteer with East African Playgrounds (EAP). And I really, really need your help to do this.
*PRESS RELEASE* Warwick Jailbreak, the biggest student event of its type in the UK, is set to return on November 1-2. The students taking part have 36 hours to get as far away from the University of Warwick as they can without spending any money.
So a few weeks ago I was nominated to write about the top ten books which have stayed with me, and naturally, another post is now going around about music.
Over the summer, I made the difficult decision to have to step down from some of my editorial positions before I start my finals this year (tomorrow, actually). I decided that holding six editorial positions was a little too much commitment if I want to do really well in my academic work, so for once,Continue reading “A few goodbyes”