College of Estate Management, University of Reading
Reading, Berkshire, South East England, UK; 1970-73
Howell, Killick, Partridge & Amis (photography by Richard Einzig)
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via "Cementbulletin" 42-43 (1974-75)
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Hey everyone - two updates!
1) If you’re not already, feel free to message me to join our Women in STEM Discord group! It’s open to women studying STEM degrees at university/college to chat and study together. It’s also very chill so if you don’t check it for months don’t worry, neither do some of us haha. (and apologies in advance if it takes me a day or two to reply to your DM)
2) I’m starting my first IT internship soon! Can’t say too much, but it’s for a fairly big company and I’m very excited to start.
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my 18th century lit. prof is the absolute chaos i aspire to be and i wanted to make one of those Things My Prof. Has Said lists.
“i love this book. i read it annually.”
“[Samuel Johnson] empties out our desire for things, including more of his own writing.”
“some of my best experiences were talking to wacky men i’ll never meet again with any luck”
[tangential monologue about birds and the skyline of toronto.]
“we are beguiled by our own images.”
[after student volunteers and reads out a paragraph] “you sound like an extremely articulate hostage”
[girl leaves class early] “she is leaving. out of the airlock :(”
[adjusts the monitor to face down] “it is so easy to make a computer sad”
“this is university. we should not blaspheme or not not blaspheme.”
“[Rousseau] ran away from his father to become a vagabond with results that we’ve seen.”
[gestures to the board replete with semi-decipherable writing]
“Goodbye Rousseau. You can see he was a mixed bag.”
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