Life with Rachel
12 August 2017
By Rachel Dlugatch
Rachel Dlugatch is an Anthropology DPhil candidate and Kellogg College Progress Scholar.
What is it like to be a student at Oxford? Watch Rachel Dlugatch’s YouTube channel – Life with Rachel – to find out. Rachel is nearing the end of a doctorate in anthropology at Kellogg College. In her videos she describes life at Oxford, ponders where her career will take her once her doctorate is complete, and discusses books she’s enjoyed along the way.
Here’s what Rachel says about herself:
“I’m Rachel, a 29 year-old Californian pursuing her doctorate at Oxford University. I’ve been going through some life transitions recently and questioning who I want to be, what I want to do with my life, and who I want to spend time with. Most of my twenties have been spent in long-term relationships, and for the first time in a while, I’m on my own and spending more time getting to know *me*. I’m looking to rediscover myself and my passions, and to learn some new things. I’m both nervous and excited about where my life will head next, but I’m determined to make this adventure fun. Come share this experience with me.”
Here are Rachel’s first ever videos. Check out her YouTube channel – Life with Rachel – for further instalments.
Or read along with Rachel’s book club and join her Goodreads group to chat about the book during the month!
You can also read more about Rachel and her hobby, Dancesport, in a profile from Kellogg College News: From novice to prize-winner in one term.
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