Fieldtrip to Dorset

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LIFE, TRAVEL

Most of you probably don’t know that I study Civil Engineering. I’m not sure whether this makes me super lame or interesting cool. I personally haven’t even made up my mind yet whether to find engineering cool or not. But modules like soils, fluid mechanics or structures make me think less so… But in-between dry theoretical maths and physics, we also get to do something fun once in a while. Last week our geology fieldtrip took us down the beautiful British coast to Dorset.
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Lulworth Cove. Green juicy fields, beautiful white cliffs and happy cows – the scenery was incredible and pretty exotic for the many Asians and Arabs, which make up most of my year.

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O. too cool for school. P. being a good student sketching.

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Silver Linings
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