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Explore Newsletter - May 20 Edition

Explore Newsletter - May 20th Edition

London Calling, bring-bring! After a whirlwind weekend away students have returned to Herstmonceux Castle with visions of Big Ben and Piccadilly Circus dancing in their heads. The term is now in full swing and everyone is hitting the books. East Sussex spring is out in full force, meaning the Castle courtyard has become the spot to be. The Archaeology Field School dug up all kinds of fun this weekend in Bath and Lullingstone and the Health Studies students are off on their own adventure this weekend to Lyon and Geneva.

Explore Newsletter - April 1 Edition

Explore Newsletter - April 1st Edition

What an amazing year here for everyone at the BISC! Many of you are leaving the Castle over the next two weeks and we want you to know you will be sorely missed here. This is a once in a lifetime experience and we hope that you’ve been able to do everything you could have possibly imagined and more since you first arrived here in September. Good luck, and in the future and remember: you’re always welcome back. 

Explore Newsletter - Mar 25 Edition

Explore Newsletter - March 25th Edition

Who can believe that it's Week 12 already! What an amazing term we’ve had here at the BISC! There’s just a few classes, essays and events here left on the calendar. The exam period is just around the corner but that doesn't mean that the fun has stopped. The spring sun has arrived and shows no signs of going away, and everyone is getting ready for what promises to be a great End of Term Ceremony! 

Explore Newsletter - Mar 18 Edition

Explore Newsletter - March 18th Edition

As students have returned from the four corners of the globe, things have picked up right back where they left off here at the Castle. This week there is so much happening from Queen’s Positive Space Training, to an Amnesty Letter Writing day, the last Trivia Night of term, and final field studies. Everyone is settling in for what promises to be a very busy last weeks of the semester and no one can believe that April is just around the corner!

Explore Newsletter - Feb 25 Edition

Explore Newsletter - February 25th Edition

We have a week chock full of events coming up, including a Digital Archives Workshop for First Years, a transition workshop focusing on housing in second year, and another transition workshop on academics, a research talk by Dr. Skyler Hijazi ‘To Stand But Not Understand My Affections’: Histories of Male Friendship and Intimacy in the Diary of Wilson Howell Carpenter, 1867-1919​, as well as information about how to sign up for the Hastings Half Marathon, and karaoke at the Headless Drummer.

Explore Newsletter - Reading Period

Explore Newsletter - February 18th Edition

Students are now on their Reading Period after the Mid-Term Trips. While we don't have a full newsletter for you this week, there are lots of great events coming up in the week commencing February 23rd that we wanted to let you know about!

Find out what's happening over the next few days in this week's shortened edition of the Explore Newsletter.

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