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Reflections and Rabbits

The sun was setting as I approached the inclined hill opposite Colman House. The yellow paired with the orange, reflecting blinding lights at the Ziggurat windows. The green pastures stretched in different shades, altering between lime and teal under the changing light.  However, a glimpse of movement at the corner of my eye caused me…

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Home of the Bun-derful

Concrete writers of days gone by have described the campus bunny colony as ‘the unofficial mascot of UEA’, and it is difficult to argue with this idea. For so many students, walking across campus and seeing our furry friends roaming alongside them is a really positive element of the university experience. When I was a…

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UEA is wonderful

You only have to be at UEA a week, and I guarantee you will have heard the infamous ‘OH UEAAAA IS WONNDEERRFULLL’ chant by a group of drunken students, a sports team, or a particularly patriotic student. UEA has cottoned onto this turn of phrase, and you’ll find the ‘What makes UEA wonderful to you?’…

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Some bunny that I used to know

Take one cursory glance around the UEA broads on any given day and you’ll realise the phrase ‘breeding like rabbits’ certainly comes from a true place where the miniature mammals are concerned. No late-night trekking to the LCR is complete without a squeal from a member of your group at the sight of a cotton…

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