It was time for the last week in Cambridge for a while. At the end of the week, Jacqueline and I were to head to Australia via Hong Kong to visit my grandmother and sister while my parents are away. At work, I spent the week trying to turn my plots into a moving image.… Continue reading Week 92: Preparing for Departure!
My calculations continued throughout the week, reaching some rather pleasing conclusions of the calculations I was doing. My focus would now turn to some hopefully illuminating visual plots. After work, Annalise had invited a host of her friends from Gates, department and college to meet up with her for her birthday not-a-birthday dinner. She insisted… Continue reading Week 90: A Week of Sport
By Monday morning, I was starting to feel the full effects of my injury the previous week. I had been stocked up on pain-killers to get through Rohan and Rosie’s visit over the weekend, but now I needed time and rest. Through much of the week, I stayed at home getting some much needed sleep… Continue reading Week 85: LfP Skillathon
Tuesday was the first day of May, which, after months of waiting, finally brought with it the proper start of the cricket season in Cambridge. After four months of training in the indoor nets at Fenner’s, the evening promised the first play outdoors on a grass pitch of the year. However, this wasn’t with the… Continue reading Week 84: Day of Research, and visitors from Australia
Workwise, my week was one of the most productive since Orientation. I did a lot of work getting my model implemented into the new code that I was using, which required a bit of maths to reaffirm that I knew exactly what I was doing. But as always, the exciting parts of my week happened… Continue reading Week 59: Oxford Real Tennis and St Alban’s Signal Box Trips
It was a busy week leading up to a trip for Jacqueline and I to Snowdonia for the weekend. But first there were plenty of things to see and do. On Tuesday, the first activity was the Effective Undergraduate Supervisions course run in the physics department. I had done the same course last year, but… Continue reading Week 56: Courses, Panels and Stories
Being around Canadians a lot in Cambridge means I get invited to several Canadian cultural events. Monday was no different; some of the Canadians in Jesus college were hosting a Canadian Thanksgiving Potluck. Apparently Canadian Thanksgiving differs from American Thanksgiving in both date and history. Both still have turkey though. In response to the overwhelming… Continue reading Week 55: Canadian Invasion