Reuben is in his second year of studying for a Physics MSci undergraduate degree at Imperial College London.
As well as occasionally referring to himself in the third person in “About Me” pages, Reuben enjoys a diverse array of hobbies and interests (of which many have been facilitated by various clubs and societies at Imperial).
In his first year he did lots of rowing on the Thames (Boat Club), ate cheese once a week (Cheese Soc) and and met lots of lovely fellow Catholics (Cathsoc). In his second year he is probably going to be doing less rowing, more Judo (Judo Club), and singing (Choir). Reuben also likes to occasionally be a thespian, fulfill British stereotypes, play the odd game, drink the odd pint and meet nice new people.
This year Reuben has returned to live at Holbein and Willis Jackson Halls of Residence in the posh land of Chelsea after living there last year. There, Reuben is a “Hall Senior”. This is a voluntary role that requires Reuben to be nice to lots of the new residents, help them settle in to life in London, and organise lots of fun halls events.
Of course, Reuben doesn’t just live in Chelsea. He also lives in the heart of Devon, England’s best* county. Devon is a lovely place full of fields, farmers and nice people.
Reuben is very happy to answer email questions about life at Imperial as best he can. So feel free to email him at
Breaking from the third person, I hope you enjoy reading my blog.
*In his humble (but of course, correct) opinion.