Cycling academics, poor publishing standards, diet Coke rations, a farewell disco, and stiletto heels (Rousse)

I cycled to work to mark the last day of operation of Queen Margaret’s Corstorphine campus. Many other Edinburgh academics did the same, discussing the poor standard of journal submissions as they rode the route.

Because it was such a special day I allowed myself three cans of diet Coke (two more than my usual ration) over the course of the morning’s meetings, and agreed to attend the farewell disco that started at 2pm in the college grounds.

My university pals SL (was SPC) and HJ (was HW) (last seen together on a train heading towards the mountains of the north) agreed to come along, as did my childhood friend GT – so long as she could find a pair of cream stilettos to fit her gnarled feet.

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