Cecily Grace Morgan

A vegan student came travelling… in Europe

Being a vegan student at Warwick, or in the UK in general, gets easier every day. The vegan diet is popular amongst students, not surprising considering that close to half of all vegans in the UK are aged between 15–34, and our campus, as well as those around the country,...
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Posted Feb. 5, 2018

Into the Woods: a review of Reality Dimmed at the Mead Gallery

Disturbing, perplexing, and wonderful are all adjectives that spring to mind when it comes to describing Reality Dimmed, an exhibition of the British artist Clare Woods’ work, which debuted at the Mead Gallery in the Warwick Arts Centre this month. The exhibition features eight large-scale paintings, each of which was...
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Posted Jan. 27, 2018

The Warwick Student’s Guide to Veganuary

After weeks of over-indulgence during the festive period, for many people New Year’s resolutions will involve cutting back on the sweet treats and eating a few more greens (excluding Quality Street green triangles). However, some people are going one step further by signing up for Veganuary, a campaign which encourages...
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Posted Jan. 10, 2018

48 hours in Dublin: A whistle-stop tour

From my crush on Aidan Turner to my childhood fondness for B*Witched, something about Ireland has always appealed to me. It felt natural that one of my closest friends in my first term at Warwick hailed from Dublin and I was heartbroken when she transferred to the city’s Trinity College....
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Posted Jan. 10, 2018

Here’s why two year degrees are a terrible idea for students

Having just finished the first term of my second year at Warwick, I can wholeheartedly affirm that the last 15 months have been the most significant of my life. For me, university continues to serve as the perfect stepping stone between the cotton wool-wrapped comfort of childhood and the daunting...
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Posted Jan. 2, 2018