Blogging life

As my time draws near to giving the baton to another fellow student in the History of Art department to take over the running of the student blog, I have been thinking a lot about the future of this blog. Many probably do not know that I have used to have my own personal blog on a different domain, however, with the role of running this student blog I have long neglected my other site! For that reason, and the reason that I am really proud of this blog, I will now make this my new personal site! Although I will begin taking my posts in a different direction – mainly focusing on my time in Paris this year (Gulp, I am getting nervous!), I will still continue to have my posts about History of Art. This year I will begin my application to Masters programmes, and so this blog will also document this personal journey of mine.

 

So keep checking for updates on my gap-year, Masters applications, tips and general guides for studying History of Art where ever you are (I have lots of blog posts planned, and am currently writing one with my tips for Dissertations – watch this space!) and other things.

 

I hope everyone is having a wonderful summer πŸ™‚

‘Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.’

 

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Hey guys, and welcome to my new blog which is centered around being aΒ History of Art student here at the University of York. If you’re readingΒ this then I guess you’re about to start your first year here with us –Β You’ve made a fantastic choice to come and study at York, one you won’tΒ regret!

I hope that during this year I offer you an interesting and helpful insightΒ into the life of third year (such a scary thought going into my a last yearΒ – where have the years gone?!). If you have any questions about starting orΒ anything York/ History of Art/ or university life in general do not hesitateΒ to ask me!

Roisin