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How to navigate Online Assessments

August 17, 2020, by Jayda How to navigate Online Assessments Starting university in the midst of a global pandemic is going to be a bit strange. Many universities have had to adapt teaching and move courses online. With this move towards on...

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Using brand names in fiction without getting into trouble

Originally Posted by Taylor I have read that it is ok to use brand names in your novel, if you depict these products in a positive light. For example, if your hot shot protagonist wears a Rolex watch, and you use the imagery to suggest that...

Nottingham in Bubble Tea

August 11, 2020, by Agnes Nottingham in Bubble Tea I have a confession… I’m addicted to bubble tea. Whereas some people might stop for a cup of coffee in the morning, I go straight for the boba shop. It’s a problem… but a really yum...

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Gunshot

Depends on a whole list of factors. Foremost, bear in mind that terminal ballistics (what happens when the bullet reaches its target and what it does immediately after) is a strain of weird science bordering on witchcraft. There are enough ...

How can YOU capitalise on boredom?

July 3, 2020, by Shweta How can YOU capitalise on boredom? Now that we are in July, we’ve now formally seen an entire season pass amidst the pandemic. And of all the highs and lows we have experienced this year, our biggest takeaway has u...

My Grad Letter to the Class of 2020

For the class of 2020… An envelope arrives from the University of Toronto. “It’s a big one!” my mom says. I run up the stairs to open the package.   “Oh, it’s just my certificate of graduation,” I say, disappointed. Not a pa...

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July WF Book Club Poll

If you’re looking for pure genre Westerns, there is no better writer of these (in my opinion) than Elmer Kelton—who was a 7-times Spur award winner. He died only a few years ago, and is output was prolific. Unfortunately very few of...

My path to postgraduate study

June 25, 2020, by Ryan Neal My path to postgraduate study This guest post is written by third-year PhD candidate, Declan Wayne. I started my academic career at the University of Nottingham in 2010. I knew I wanted to study science but wasn...

In Defence of Mind Maps

May 5, 2020, by Agnes In Defence of Mind Maps Ahh, the dreaded Summer Term. Exam season is upon us and, along with the omnipresent lack of motivation due to that-which-shall-not-be-named, we’re all looking for ways to spice up our revisio...

Mystery/Crime First Place Winner: “A Cowgirl Farewell”

Congratulations to Mary Lou Condike, first place winner in the Mystery/Crime category of the Writer’s Digest 15th Annual Popular Fiction Awards! Here’s her winning story, “A Cowgirl Farewell.” A Cowgirl Farewell A line snaked out th...

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