Our postgraduate community

Our postgraduate community

– In terms of the postgrad facilities, in the Library you do have your own section, which I use quite a bit. And they have a little station that GSA run, which is the Graduate Students’ Association, where they have like tea and coffee. – I’ve found great community within my course mates that I’m […]

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The Mysterious Disappearance of Roanoke Colony

The Mysterious Disappearance of Roanoke Colony

(clock tower ringing) (crows squawking) (thunder booming) (dramatic music) – This week on BuzzFeed Unsolved, we discuss what may be the oldest mystery in the United States, the lost colony of Roanoke. Do you know anything about this one, no? – Colonial intrigue. – It’s pretty much an entire island of people vanishing. – Poof. […]

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European conquest of the Americas – summary since mid-15th century

European conquest of the Americas – summary since mid-15th century

In the middle of the 15th century, these were roughly the territories known to Europe. Despite the discovery 500 years earlier of a tip of North America by a Viking tribe, the continent and the tens of millions of souls that populate it are still unknown to European powers. For centuries, Europe is mainly oriented […]

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Who had more colonies – Countryballs

Who had more colonies – Countryballs

I actually had Hey yeah yeah yeah I actually had a lot of colonies back in the day I was big and strong not like I’m trying to brag or anything but I was pretty good yeah… You again? You need to stop annoying everyone with your stupid stories Hey you better walk away I […]

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CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: England

CIVILIZATION VI – First Look: England

Victoria leads the English Civ in Sid Meier’s Civilization VI. The British Empire reached its widest expanse during her 63-year-reign. She remains one of the most popular and iconic rulers of England to this day. The English special ability is called British Museum. Archaeological Museums have extra artifact slots, and each museum gives more archeologists. […]

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🔴 Is INDIA still a BRITISH Colony? Is INDIA still under BRITISH Rule? Let’s Find Out!

🔴 Is INDIA still a BRITISH Colony? Is INDIA still under BRITISH Rule? Let’s Find Out!

As we all know that, India attained partial independence on 15 August 1947, when it became a dominion, after the Indian independence act was passed in the British parliament. But, 3 years later, in 1950, India finally attained complete independence on 26 January, when it transformed itself into a republic; thereby abolishing the Dominion status, […]

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The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

The Plymouth Colony Explained: US History Review

Hey guys, welcome to hip news history we hope you have your pilgrims hat on Cause we are gonna travel back to the early that’s right guy

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New Clues to the fate of the Lost Colony/UNC-TV Science

New Clues to the fate of the Lost Colony/UNC-TV Science

– [FRANK] IF ONLY THESE TREES NEAR THE BANKS OF THE CHOWAN RIVER COULD TALK. (SHOVEL SCRAPING) – EVEN WITH ALL THE PIECES OF THE PUZZLE STARTING TO COME TOGETHER, THEY’RE STILL MISSING. – [FRANK] THE OAKS AND MAPLES COULD TELL US WHAT HAPPENED IN THIS FOREST NEAR THE HEAD OF THE ALBEMARLE SOUND MORE […]

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Prince Harry’s touching gesture after rugby loss as Meghan and Archie watch from home

Prince Harry’s touching gesture after rugby loss   as Meghan and Archie watch from home

the Duke of Sussex who is patron of the Rugby Football Union arrived in Tokyo on Saturday for the match against South Africa which England lost 32 12 Harry looked smart in a navy blue suit as he joined Japan’s Crown Prince a casino of the international stadium Yokohama Harry left the Duchess of Sussex […]

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1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

1984 by George Orwell, Part 1: Crash Course Literature 401

Hi I’m John Green and welcome to season 4 of CrashCourse literature. Today, we’re transporting you to one of my favorite (slash least favorite) dystopias, George Orwell’s 1984. I feel like that eye is looking at me. The book starts like this: It was a bright cold day in April and the clocks were striking […]

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