Archive for Annie Curran

Hosting an old friend

Hosting an old friend

Posted On: March 19, 2015

It was 3:00 p.m. on a Monday and after feeling defeated by the relentless British rain, we retired [...]

Embracing Carnival and the lunar new year

Embracing Carnival and the lunar new year

Posted On: February 27, 2015

My friends and I wanted to get into the spirit of it — a “do as the Romans [...]

Selfie sticks down, eyes open

Selfie sticks down, eyes open

Posted On: February 16, 2015

As someone who is an avid traveler, I have a passion for travel photography and videos. I want [...]

62 pages of children’s literature

62 pages of children’s literature

Posted On: February 05, 2015

The film module has been delightful. The two professors that run the course are young and passionate about [...]

Queuing up: Life in Exeter

Queuing up: Life in Exeter

Posted On: January 22, 2015

My first week has come and gone at the University of Exeter, and it has been a whirlwind [...]

College unveils construction Master Plan, Morton, Millington slated for destruction

College unveils construction Master Plan, Morton, Millington slated for destruction

Posted On: November 21, 2014

Martin referred to the plan as a “road map for the next 20 years.” [...]

Attempted kayaking in Galway

Attempted kayaking in Galway

Posted On: July 17, 2014

A pattern quickly emerged — left, right, spin in a circle, left, right, crash into canal wall. [...]

Got a free weekend? Jump off a cliff.

Got a free weekend? Jump off a cliff.

Posted On: July 07, 2014

Being blocked on the road by a dozen sheep on the way to jump off cliffs was definitely [...]

Is this the real life, is this just Ireland?

Is this the real life, is this just Ireland?

Posted On: July 07, 2014

I understand now why the people here have such a strong connection to the land. [...]

Gone to Galway

Gone to Galway

Posted On: June 25, 2014

“Packing is always a nightmare,” – Stefanie Powers I don’t know who Stefanie Powers is — although Wikipedia [...]