Rachel Stones

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  • Five Tips for First Years

    As we approach A Level results day, I thought it might be helpful to hear a few tips about starting first year from someone who has just completed it. The last year has gone SO quickly and it only feels...

  • Reflecting on First Year

    Woop woop! It's official, I have passed my first year of Pharmacy at Bath! The last year has gone SO fast, with many highs and some lows, so I thought I would take a moment to reflect on some of...

  • V Team: Beach Clean

      V Team is the university's volunteering society - they organise loads of different events to get people involved with volunteering. As part of the Gold Scholarship Programme, we have to do a minimum of 50 hours volunteering every year,...

  • Education Awards 2018

    Earlier this year, I wrote a post about being an academic representative for my course. This week, I got to attend the Education Awards as a 'thank you' for my work as a rep. The Education Awards is a ceremony...

  • Gold Scholars in London

    Right at the start of Semester 1, each Gold Scholar was given a calendar outlining the various events throughout the year. One that caused lots of discussion was the "Away Day" in London scheduled for February... the time has finally...

  • Gold Scholarship Programme - The Training Sessions

    As part of the Gold Scholarship Programme, we have to attend 4 training sessions each year. I say we have to attend, but I look forward to them! Each session will have a couple of speakers, and they teach us important life...

  • Making the most of Bath: Latin and Ballroom Dancing

    It’s fairly obvious to say that a big perk of being a Gold Scholar is the money we receive as part of the programme. One of the things I’ve invested this money in is developing a new skill while I'm...