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MyAston Uni Life Blogs

myAston Uni Life

Blogs written by Aston students while at University. There is no better way to get an insight into Aston uni life.

Meet the bloggers

Chloe B

Chloe Barnes

Hi! I’m Chloe, a second year Computer Science student, and an ambassador for Aston. I love painting and afternoon tea. I’m also partial to chocolate…

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Krystal

Krystal

Second year undergrad reading Politics with International Relations.

Vegetarian. Always smiling. Always dancing. Lover of all things Strawberry. #TeamAston

Krystal on tumblr

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Chloe Wright

Chloe Wright

I’m Chloe a 21 year old Yorkshire Lass who has 2 wishes in life:

Own A Big Time Marketing Company (specialising in events and communication)

To Live The American Dream. 

I am able to work my way to achieving this through moving to the city to study at Aston University.

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Uche

Uche

The ramblings of a second year at Aston University studying International Relations and English Language. Keep up with me via Twitter, Instagram & Youtube: @uchjn ♥

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Geraldine

Geraldine

I was always Geraldine, which then morphed to Gerri, Gezza and is slowly returning back to the original Geraldine…Im not yet sure which I prefer!!

Currently about to start part two of this amazing journey… my second year of Pharmacy at Aston Uni

Excited …yes !

Nervous …meh!

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Esther

Esther

My name is Esther and I’m currently in my second year studying Chemical Engineering. In my spare time I like to chill out by listening to different music such as gospel, R & B and pop and I also like watching action and comedy movies as well as socialising with friends.

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Oluwayemisi

Oluwayemisi

Call me ‘Oluwayemisi’. If you cannot pronounce that, just call me ‘Yemi’. I am an International student from Nigeria studying Accounting for Management. Lover of all things purple. Give me a good book and we are friends for life. Practical dreamer. Feel free to hug me. I tend to smile a lot.


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