01/08/2013 09:32 BST | Updated 01/10/2013 06:12 BST

Blogger Of The Week: University of Exeter Student Hannah Barr

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Introducing... Hannah Barr

Age: 21

Education: I'm a theology undergraduate at the University of Exeter, currently on my third year abroad at the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Twitter: @HannahE27

Blog: A Theologian in Canada: On Mission Moose-Stealer and Courage-Achiever

What's your blog all about?

Mainly it's about my third year abroad adventures in Canada, but also contains some theology and religion-related posts.

Describe your blog in three words

A Procrastination Haven.

Why did you start your blog?

To keep a record of my year abroad and because I used to have a blog which I stopped doing (no idea why) and I really really enjoyed blogging.

How long have you been running it?

Since May 2012 when I found out where I'd be doing my year abroad.

What makes it different from the rest?

It's written from Canada and features frequent moose and beaver related puns.

Student blogger of the week: Hannah Barr

Who would be your dream guest blogger?

The obvious: Caitlin Moran. The less obvious: Vicky Beeching. (Definite feminist theme going on there...).

What was your last blog post about?

It was an essay I wrote on First Nations communities which have been blighted by suicide.

What's been your "blog highlight"?

I wrote a post in November 2012 titled 'The One With A Letter To Syond' which generated a lot of traffic; it was an emotional piece to write but I'm proud that I was able to remain composed whilst writing it and get my message across about why General Synod had been wrong to vote against women bishops.