Monthly Archives: March 2016

Exploring

Posted by Tom Coope

You’re never short of things to do living in Cardiff, wherever your interests may lie. The city is alive with sport, music, theatre and much more. In fact, sometimes there’s so much going on you simply don’t know what to do with your weekend.… Read More

Working as a student ambassador

Posted by Amelia Rivers

One of the biggest regrets I’ve had whilst being a student ambassador is not starting sooner. I started working as a student ambassador in September of this year, unfortunately because I’m in my final year at university this is the only year I will be able to do this role.… Read More

Protein Pancakes

Posted by Rachel Underhill

I know that Shrove Tuesday has been and gone, but I’m a big pancake lover and definitely don’t think they should be constricted to one day a year only! After all what better brunch is there than pancakes?!

Procrastination got the better of me this week, and I decided to make some pancakes.… Read More

The Student Voice

Posted by Tom Coope

IMG_6160Last Saturday I attended a demonstration over current plans to cut £700,000 from the arts budget in Cardiff. The weather was quintessentially welsh, but neither rain nor wind could dampen people’s spirits. The march was organised as a funeral for the arts with local performers and musicians using their various talents to send a strong message to the city council.… Read More

Drama tech rehearsal

Posted by Kailea Turner

Ever since school I have always loved Drama Studies and the multiple aspects of it. During my GCSEs and A-levels, the devising process was always so much fun and engaging, albeit slightly stressful due to the high pressure environment of the stage!… Read More

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