Clothes Swap Cinema & Co.

Many students will be familiar with Cinema & Co. in town - a versatile space that acts as a cafe, bar, gallery, independent film...

Summer events in Swansea: Outfit planning

by Gwen Miles I’m coming to the end of my time at Swansea, and in my three years here I’ve planned my fair share of...

Study Abroad: From Applicant to Co-ordinator

by Bronwen Beard Studying abroad as part of a degree programme can be a simultaneously thrilling and daunting process. This proves to be true for...

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

by Henry Burgess As the summer term gets under way, it is likely that most of us will be busy with revision, deadlines and exams;...

Why you should give the DC extended universe another chance

by Michael Fraser Aside from Wonder Woman, critics and audiences have not been kind to the DCEU, and this I believe is a misunderstanding of...

Is the horror genre still ‘good?’

by Alex Udraufski-Osborne The horror genre, like many others, is ever-evolving to meet the criteria of its audiences across the world of cinema. As we...

Titanic: The Last Great Hollywood Epic

by Carlos Tseng I doubt that there are very many of you who have yet to see the cultural phenomenon that is James Cameron’s Titanic....

Julia Michaels: An interview with pop’s behind-the-scenes gem

Whether you’ve heard her name or not, chances are you’ve heard her music. Julia Michaels is the song writing mastermind behind chart-smashing hits such...

Is Uplands really as hip as it claims to be?

by Carys Svendsen After being tagged in a WalesOnline article dubbing Uplands as ‘one of the hippest places in the country’ which was mainly due...

Coming out at University

by Emily Maybanks Earlier this year, I decided to take the plunge, and skilfully ‘used’ February’s LGBT+ History Month to come out properly as a...

MY Story

In the world today, identity, culture and citizenship have been the key aspect of widespread political and social controversy on a global scale. The...

Quidditch, Care of Magical Creatures & Study of Ancient Runes: An...

In March, a group of care experienced young people from across the Swansea area took part in a Harry Potter themed day organised by...

Exam positivity

by Olivia Rogers With summer exam season looming, and for those third years possibly your last set of exams, the pressure is beginning to mount...

Agony Aunts

Heather and Emily are Waterfront’s very own Agony Aunts and matchmakers. If you’re interested in going on a Blind Date, have a Campus Crush or...

Staying healthy while travelling: Keeping fit and eating well

by Meryl Hanmer Travelling is medicine for the mind, the body and most importantly the soul. It feeds our desires, inspires our imagination and provokes...

Travel Hacks: Which Apps to download and why?

by Meryl Hanmer Organising flights, accommodation and activities can be a stressful task to endure, but today in 2018 there is an abundance of apps...

Why is Pride important?

By: Emily Maybanks Thursday 17th May 2018 saw many people worldwide show their support for the International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOTB). The...

Big success in the water!

by Grethe Tenden Following fantastic earlier successes in the year at both Short and Long-Course individual BUCS, where we placed a record 8th, came the...

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 and an insight into men’s mental...

By: Emily Maybanks *DISCLAIMER* - mention of suicide Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 – stress From Monday 14th May through to Friday 18th May 2018, it was...