Posts tagged Jessica Armstrong
Our Academic Style, Part One.

With autumn officially present, members of The Attic come together in the first of a two part series to share their history and takes on the revered academic style of dressing.

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What We're Reading, Vol. 12

Midway through September, a group of Attic writers discuss what it is they’re reading this month – from campus novels to Book Prize nominees to YA adult novels.

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Graduation – The End of an Education? 

Writer and recent graduate Jessica Armstrong discusses life after academia, sharing what it is she’s learned in adjusting to the so-called “real world.”

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An Homage to the Independent Bookshops of my Student Years

In an unofficial edition of “Bookshops of the World,” Jessica Armstrong pays tribute to the independent bookshop and all it can bring to one’s life while looking at the two bookshops of St. Andrews.

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In Defence of Marie Kondo – What Does It Mean to ‘Spark Joy’?

Inspired by Marie Kondo, Jessica Armstrong considers what it means to “spark joy” by turning to literature and other aspects of life before tidying up.

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Morris & Co x H&M: A Conflict Between Culture and Commerciality?

“Fashion is also one of the most genuine forms of self-care I know. Not only is it a means to assert political feeling, but it can also be a valid way to find comfort in spite of the uncertainty and hurt the political climate continues to inflict.”

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