Leggings, high-heels, sports top, scarf

Last night, PhD girls from different schools enjoyed a wine together. Research and academia aside, the topic turned to fashion. I like fashion, and many times I would like to have the money to buy the cool clothes I see and bring up enough motivation in the mornings to make my hair look pretty. In real life, training before uni, tutoring sports and cycling to uni combined with a decent amount of morning sleepiness make me go to uni dressed casually. The other girls seemed surprised by this fact.

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The evil side of research: software updates

I did the big wrong thing: I updated my software. – and I shouldn’t have. It was one of those days without deadline or meetings. Instead it was a day after having discovered $3 G&T at that one bar. I had not had enough sleep. I imagined blankly staring at a screen was just what I needed. When do you get to do that? Right. During software updates.

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My LBD – and what Sophie has to do with it

I had not been out to bars/clubs in ages. So when Easter weekend rolled in, my date cancelled and birthdays needed to be celebrated, I got into my LBD (yes, the little black dress), put on the highest heels I could find in my closet and stalked my resulting 185 cm down this dark residential street in my quiet neighbourhood.

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Hello World!

GUPSA is proudly introducing Wenx. As from today, she will maintain her own blog on this page. Do you like writing too? And would you like to share your thoughts with a considerable audience? Write about your own postgraduate student experience or anything else pertaining higher education. Contact us for more information and become a GUPSA blogger just like Wenx!

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