Hazel Raff

Hazel Raff

Website: http://deardiarylovehazel.wordpress.com/

Hazel is in her final year at the University of Malta on the small sunny island of Malta, where she is studying for an honours in European studies, with a subsidiary in Archaeology. She would be graduating end of November and will take a gap year to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico until she decides whether to continue with politics or museum studies.

Likes: Reading classics while its raining outside, dancing and clubbing in Paceville, running, helping backstage for musicals, pink mobiles and any form of soft-toy.

Dislikes: Procrastination ( though it's a skill of mine), mosquitos, window seats on a plane, and mortuary studies on Monday mornings at 8 am

All posts by Hazel Raff

How To… Get Along Better With Your Siblings

How To… Get Along Better With Your Siblings

Being brought up in a a large family hasn’t always been a walk in the park. It has its pros and cons, as everything in life does, but more often than not...
Gap Year: To do or Not To Do?

Gap Year: To do or Not To Do?

According to the almighty Wiki: “A gap year (also known as year abroad, year out, year off, deferred year, bridging year, time off and time out) is a year during which students take time off and do something other than...
Try This! The Workout Above All Others

Try This! The Workout Above All Others

  For the last 4 months I have been going to an hourly session of Pilates 5 times a week. While my flexibility has increased immensely, I have not lost as much weight...
How To…Have an Epic Saturday Night in Paceville

How To…Have an Epic Saturday Night in Paceville

Paceville is a small area in Malta that consists of a couple of streets lined with bars and clubs, all with free entrance unless it’s a private event or adult club.  Not...
Visiting Europe? Hostel Reviews

Visiting Europe? Hostel Reviews

Last semester I had the opportunity to go on ERASMUS. This is a study abroad opportunity within Europe for students at European Universities.  At the University of Malta we are encouraged to...