Monthly Archives: November 2016

3rd Year Fears

Posted by Kailea Turner

Everyone who talks to you about uni will tell you that the most important project you will do is your dissertation. AND ITS SCARY. Over the past few weeks we have been told to think long and hard about what it is we want to do for our dissertation projects.Read More

Christmas is coming…

Posted by Nicolas Pottier Blogger

Last week marked the first of Cardiff’s Christmas celebrations. From the lighting of the streets, to the opening of both the Christmas market and winter wonderland, one would say it is time to start planning the presents and blasting the Christmas music around.… Read More

The perks of Reading Week

Posted by Christabel Lungu HE Roadshow Blogger

After the first five weeks of starting uni I began getting used to cooking for myself, doing my own washing and having my own life but also getting really immersed in my new English and Philosophy course. The only thing I began to struggle with was the amount of reading I had to do, especially as I’m a super slow reader.… Read More

The big student questions

Posted by Nicolas Pottier Blogger

It is that time of the year, the temperature starts dropping to single digits and the workload increases with deadlines and exams around the corner. Pumpkin spice latte in hand you start contemplating what to do with yourself. As you daydream away you start asking yourself these very big questions…

When shall I turn on the heating?Read More

Making changes!

Posted by Christabel Lungu HE Roadshow Blogger

This is my first year of university. Before coming to Cardiff I had very mixed emotions about what course to take in my life regarding having a gap year, doing an apprenticeship or going to university. I have always been interested in writing and literature hence my decision to do an English and Philosophy degree.… Read More

Oat-rage in the kitchen

Posted by Tom Coope

Inspired by recent television events and to commemorate the programme’s premature departure from the BBC, I thought I’d pay a simple tribute to The Great British Bake Off, by making a tray of flapjacks to thank all the staff at the GP surgery where I’ve been on placement for the last couple of months.… Read More

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