A life in London update as well as Christmas hols travel plans.
While I have, indeed, been traveling quite a bit, I’ve been doing a fair bit of wandering around central London as well. Here’s the part where I squee gleefully about the things I’ve seen, people I’ve met, and experiences I’ve experienced (mainly for my sake, not so much for yours. Feel free to skip around to the sections you’d like!) Continue reading “Culture, Damnit!”
Well I can’t go to one and not the other! Here’s Cambridge.
With the rivalry between Oxford and Cambridge being what it is, I couldn’t very well not take a day trip to Cambridge…in the interest of science, of course. Continue reading “Figured I Might As Well…”
Getting settled in London before the real work begins.
It’s been a good long while since I’ve updated; a solid ten days, at that. Rather than going in chronological order (so predictable,) I’ll touch on some highlights from the last week and a half. Continue reading “Even When I Don’t Intend To, I End Up Talking About Hamilton”
My parents opened a college bank account for me the day I was born. Of course, I didn’t appreciate it until the day I was accepted to the University of Texas at Arlington, took a look at the four-year bill, and was told that I wouldn’t have to pay any of it on my own. I’m extremely cognizant that I am in the minority in this regard. Continue reading “Tips for Applying for Scholarships”
For many, the largest hurdle that keeps them from obtaining an upper-level education is the sum it takes to obtain it.
Luckily, in today’s day and age, there are many different ways to fund your college education, at least in-part. Here are some you can consider. Continue reading “Funding Your Education”