'It doesn't feel like a drama course at all': diary of a virtual fresher

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As UK university students begin learning and socialising remotely, one Bristol first-year describes how week one went Thousands of students across the UK have started university this year with online classes and virtual freshers’ week activities due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here, 19-year-old Tanisha Nicholas in Taunton, who is starting her first year studying drama and acting at UWE Bristol, describes what her university experience has been like so far. Continue reading...

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