There comes a time, sometime after January. When the fear returns to students as Easter looms on the horizon. Bringing with it warmer weather, crème eggs, flowers, exams and deadlines. At this point in the year, no one is too incredibly busy, but all are very aware of how busy they will soon become.… Read More
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Fel myfyriwr Deintyddiaeth dwi wastad yn atgoffa fy hun pa mor lwcus ydw i i gyrraedd ble ydyw nawr, a pa mor falch ohonom hun ydyw am lwyddo mewn pwnc mor heriol. Does dim cwestiwn y gystadleuaeth sydd i gyrraedd ble ydyw, a’r holl waith caled sydd di fynd i mewn i’r radd erbyn hyn.… Read More
By now I am well aware that my course is not one that follows the flow of the majority of university courses, at least at Cardiff Uni. For one we only have one exam, at the end of the year, and an extreme weighting on coursework that’s all marked in basically a single presentation.… Read More
Unfortunately this year a lot of people can’t afford to go on holiday 🙁 I was talking to my friends about how I was wanting to go away somewhere and one of them told me about a programme that the university do called global opportunities.… Read More
Being a journalism student at Cardiff uni comes with impressive opportunities. The Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies school (also known as JOMEC) has a great reputation in the industry, named number 1 in the country by the Guardian! Cardiff itself is also well recognised in terms of media particularly with popular shows such as Sherlock and Doctor Who being frequently filmed on campus.… Read More
It’s one of those clichéd questions you get asked at interviews: ‘what would you describe as your greatest weakness?’ Well mine is definitely organisation. It’s not so much my daily schedule that I struggle with, but rather looking ahead to the next week or month and planning for the future.… Read More
The infamous France V England match has come and gone and yet again, since 2005 we have yet to show our true potential at Twickenham. Here is how I felt throughout the match. You can call it the five stages of a Frenchman’s stubbornness.… Read More
Ar ol ‘dolig wnes i ddarganfod fod fy ffitrwydd di cwympo peth. Felly, fel un o’n cydraniad flwyddyn newydd dwi moen ymuno mewn fwy o rasus o gwmpas y ddinas. Lle well i ddechrau na Parkrun Caerdydd?
Dyma ras 5km sydd yn rhedeg pob Dydd Sadwrn am 9yb, bach yn gynnar (ac tipyn o effaith ar ol cwpwl Nos Wenner), ond lot o hwyl!… Read More
Finally! Exams are over, coursework is in (for now) and students can now look forward to getting back into a routine. Lectures started up again this week and everyone’s now adjusting to actually leaving the house to go to them. And of course it’s time to have guilt free chilling time and start going out and you know, actually doing things.… Read More
After coming back from the Christmas break and exams I have been feeling quite deflated. I couldn’t quite put my finger on why I was feeling the way I was. But I’ve realised that I haven’t taken advantage of all the opportunities at university that I could have.… Read More