Monthly Archives: January 2016

When I grow up, I want to be…

Posted by Tom Coope

FullSizeRenderI still don’t know what I want to be when I’m older. If all goes according to plan I’ll finish my degree in medicine and qualify as a doctor, but that’s about as far as I’ve got. I haven’t a clue as to what area of medicine I might want to specialise in and although I like to think I’m keeping an open mind, it’s more that I haven’t fallen in love with a particular specialty yet.… Read More

Dylan the Dragon

Posted by Helena Fern

IMG_9229So today instead of doing work, I made a camera. I IMG_9228got a kit for Christmas and bish bash bosh! These are the sorts of shenanigans I get up to when I’m supposed to be doing work. Luckily for me I don’t have too much urgent work at the moment because I gave in my essays last week, it even got to the point where I was cutting them up and putting them back together again like William Burrough.… Read More

Hire me?

I’m almost 22, and for the first time in my four years at uni I’m having to actively start pursuing what I am going to do when I complete my masters. It’s weird to actually think that I now have to think about life after uni; where I want to live (London), who I want to live with (friends I hope) and what job I want to be in (PR fingers crossed!).… Read More

January Blues

Posted by Tom Coope

dec2.3The Christmas season is drawing to a close. Wrapping paper litters the floor whilst assorted family members doze on every available sofa or chair, the combination of food, drink and festivities finally taking its toll. Pine needles fall from the branches of the Christmas tree like an organic sand timer, counting down the days until it’s once again time to leave the comforts of home behind and head back to Welsh capital.… Read More

Adventures in Sandhurst

Posted by Rachel Underhill

On Friday a good friend of mine was being commissioned into the army. We met whilst at Cardiff Uni (through running and cycling) and after studying his degree here he decided to join the army. After 18 months of very very tough training he finally finished, and I was invited along to Sandhurst 1spend the day with him, his family and a few other friends. … Read More

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