ARU Blogs — Zoe

University student and blogger Zoe

Faculty:Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

School:School of Creative Industries

Course: BA (Hons) Drama and English Literature

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Hi, my name is Zoe and I’m studying Drama and English Literature in Cambridge.

I study a joint honors which is brilliant because I get such a diverse experience, in terms of both academics and the people I meet. It also means I get to take both of my favorite subjects and find a career path that encompasses both walks of life.

I enjoy working as an ensemble and putting on shows in our Mumford Theatre. It’s a great way to make friends and connect with different types of people.

In my spare time I enjoy hanging out with friends and socialising. I also, as an introvert, take a lot of comfort in being by myself – my biggest hobbies are reading and writing. I also try to keep in touch with my family and friends back home as their support really makes a big difference.

Something interesting about me: I love to experiment with my cooking. Since I’m from the Caribbean, I love trying to make different dishes to connect me with my heritage as well as other parts of the world. I think eating is one of the easiest ways to travel!

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22 October 2020

Right from my first year, the staff members that I’ve met have been supportive and friendly. They have been a huge part of making my experience an enjoyable one at ARU. As a joint honours student, I’ve had the benefit of meeting different circles of staff from Drama and English Literature. Read more…

24 March 2020

Choosing whether or not to go to university was one of the hardest decisions of my life. I always told myself that I didn’t want to go: the idea of moving out, living in halls and attending lectures, as well as the level of study required for a degree, was terrifying to me. Read more…

3 March 2020

Accommodation is, it goes without saying, a huge part of your first year at university. It will be your space, a potential chance to make new friends and can often help you determine where you're going to live later in your studies. Read more…

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