Rebecca Chaddock writes for the University of East Anglia’s Norwich Tab on experiencing unexpected loneliness throughout her degree:
Do you remember back in the good ol’ sixth form days, when the future looked bright because the future was university?
You heard about the adventures you’d have, the friends you’d make, and the things you’d learn, academically and otherwise.
Picking up those A-Level results and getting that much anticipated university place confirmed was the perfect ending to a school journey. As one door closes, they say, another opens. It certainly does…
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