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Remote learning and overcoming procrastination during lockdown

By Adwoa Amankona
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Adwoa Amankona, UCL Geography student, had to end her year abroad in Sydney early due to Coronavirus. Hear how she found remote learning back home and her tricks for dealing with procrastination.

Returning from my year abroad during Covid-19

By Sophia Saeed
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Sophia Saeed, third year UCL Geography student, shares her experience of having to leave her year abroad in Toronto early due to the pandemic.

Remote learning during the Covid-19 pandemic

By Issy Proctor
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Issy Proctor, final year UCL History student, shares her reflections on how she has found remote learning during lockdown and offers her top tips for effective learning at home.

Inaugural Lecture: Living in a World of Rules

By Sanjana Balakrishnan
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Written by Sanjana Balakrishnan, BSc Politics and International Relations student, UCL Department of Political Science.

Inaugural Lecture: Forecasting Tomorrow’s Election Today

By Sanjana Balakrishnan
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Written by Sanjana Balakrishnan, BSc Politics and International Relations student, UCL Department of Political Science

Inaugural Lecture: Refuge in a Moving World: Beyond Hospitality and Hostility

By Jonathan Ren
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Written by Jonathan Ren, BSc Geography student, UCL Department of Geography.

Inaugural Lecture: Fast Urbanism: Between Speed, Time and Urban Futures

By Jonathan Ren
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Written by Jonathan Ren, BSc Geography student, UCL Department of Geography.

Inaugural Lecture: The Power of Maps

By Jonathan Ren
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Jonathan reviews the Inaugural Lecture: ‘The Power of Maps’ by UCL Geography’s Professor James Cheshire.

Inaugural Lecture: Schools, Houses, Fruits, Taxes and Other Differentiated Products

By Tom Gray
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Written by Tom Gray, BSc Economics student, UCL Economics.

Inaugural Lecture: Surviving the Anthropocene: The Role of Groundwater

By Isabelle Colvin
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Written by Isabelle Colvin, BSc Geography student, UCL Geography.