Author Archive: Hilary Beattie

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Regrets

Regrets

by / October 14, 2013 / No Comments

I think they’re just Scooby-Doo saying ‘Egrets’, and I want to debunk their mystique right heron now.

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Student Media Self-Indulgent for Once

Student Media Self-Indulgent for Once

by / October 14, 2013 / No Comments

Trophies and ribbons mean nothing on your deathbed.

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Interactions, Inter Alia

Interactions, Inter Alia

by / October 7, 2013 / No Comments

When you’re with people, give them your full attention. Be available to them.

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How Could We Have Known?

How Could We Have Known?

by / September 30, 2013 / No Comments

Law students have always been so quiet on study stress!

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Last One Left

Last One Left

by / September 9, 2013 / No Comments

In a liberating and altogether new experience for both me and the reader, let me try and explain to you (read: justify to myself) how I went from being ignorant and identifying as right-wing to just being ignorant.

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People Don’t Have Consciences:

People Don’t Have Consciences:

by / July 29, 2013 / No Comments

They have lust and they have a budget, would you like a sodding Venn diagram?

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Weekly Rant With HG Beattie

Weekly Rant With HG Beattie

by / June 4, 2013 / No Comments

Papers I have taken and the personal crises I used them to claw my way out of.

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A Rant

A Rant

by / May 20, 2013 / No Comments

Please, allow me to bluster on through this desert of self-flagellation and justify my wallowing to you, undeserving reader. What goes unacknowledged, by those who tell me that “I am my own harshest critic”, is that impossible is something.

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Missing: One ‘A’ Game

Missing: One ‘A’ Game

by / April 29, 2013 / No Comments

If found, please spray-paint gold and teach intimacy.

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Mulled Whine With H.G. Beattie

Mulled Whine With H.G. Beattie

by / October 15, 2012 / 1 Comment

I met this guy once—total babe—and upon our second encounter executed absolutely devastating game, none of which he responded to because he was high as a kite and physically unable to speak.

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