Picture: Bower Ashton reception. Credit to GinkgoProjects, as I’m nowhere near talented enough to take a picture like this.
Somehow, three years of university have flown by and today marks my final official day of lectures.
Although, we have been in a tutorial period for some time. Ahem.
I came to Bristol back in 2014 with the entire Wilko Student Essentials range and a Skins-esque lifestyle in mind.
OK, so while I’m far too boring to have realised this – how did they manage to party so much? – it’s been a real blast.
(Note: I still have some of my 99p cutlery, win win).
Getting into the PR industry is a tricky one.
Perhaps if I were to compare it to the X-Factor, then I’d make more sense.
Photo: My last time up in the clouds – which funnily enough, looks like thought bubbles.
(Note: Apologies for the frequent use of the word ‘diversity’ in this post – but what can you do when it’s the topic, eh?)
Politically speaking, this past year has brought us many things including; Brexit, President Donald Trump and excruciating headaches.
PR students rejoice, this post is for you.
(Note: Anyone else that’s come along for the ride, Hi…)
OK, so there’s a slight story with this one, but I feel we’re entitled to bragging rights just this once.
Last night the UWE PR Society – which I’m VP of – joined forces with none other than the PRCA to host a simulation event at the Arnolfini.
OK, so I think we can all agree it’s been a pretty tough week.
But let’s swiftly move past our planet’s political uncertainty because guess what..?
The John Lewis advert is here!
So it’s October 27th (already, sigh) and we’re fast approaching the spookiest night of the year – yes, it’s nearly Halloween.
*Cue: repeated muttering of how fast this year has gone, how fast this decade has gone and beyond*
And to celebrate such an occasion, I thought we’d talk about sorcery and magic powers, clear so far?