National Stress Awareness Day

by Emily Maybanks For more information visit: nationalstressawarenessday If you would like to speak to someone about stress or health and well-being, please contact the Students'...

PRO14 South African teams

by Greg Stone Toyota Cheetahs The Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, where they will play at home, has a capacity of 48,000 but don’t expect them...

Rugby, a wealth of Opportunity

by Lulu Thornton Both the men’s and women’s teams played in the millennium stadium last year and went on an international trip to China for...

Foods you’ll fall for: The best places to visit this Autumn...

by Kassy Fox Though the common practice with most students is to just hop to town and jump into the wonderful chaos that is Tesco...

Foods you’ll fall for: The best places to visit this Autumn...

by Annie Harte Turtle Bay is a funky Caribbean themed restaurant which has just opened on Castle Street. It brings chilled vibes, mouth-watering street food...

Cymru ac Arswyd

by Lois Williams Mae llawer o waith gwych o lenyddiaeth Gymraeg, o'r Mabinogi i waith mwy modern Roald Dahl a Dylan Thomas. Ond, genre mwy...

“Adre, adre, am y cynta Hwch Ddu Gwta gipio’r ola”

by Keziah O’Hare Er bod Noson Calan Gaeaf yn draddodiad sy’n mynd yn ôl i’r oed Celtiaid, yn ddiweddar, mae rhan fwyaf o bobl yng...

Review: American Made

by W. B. Kriescher “What a film!” The most recent masterpiece in Tom Cruise’s arsenal of outstanding films, American Made, is about the struggle between...

Netflix Binge: Bates Motel

by Guto Griffiths To keep in line with this frightful time of year, why not watch a prequel to Alfred Hitchcock’s thrilling, Psycho? Psycho is still...

Review: It

by Lauren Lewis Thirty-one years have passed since the first publication of Stephen King’s bestseller IT and finally, the newest adaption of the book has...

Synonym of fear

by Emily Maybanks 31st October 2011… Halloween Young and sweet, I was seventeen Still a child, full of innocence With a craving for independence So much I didn’t but...

Listen to your daughter

by Gemma Woodhouse Humans are weird creatures. Investing years of a child’s life teaching them how to talk, write and draw. Sending them to drama...

What are you working on?

by Gemma Woodhouse Tell us about yourself. My name is Anzelika. I was born in Lithuania, where I have spent most of my life. I came...

Science isn’t Scary

by Gemma Woodhouse Or so we keep saying. But the reality is more and more people are embracing ‘alternative thought’ movements; whether this be anti-GMO,...

Blind date

By Heather Harvey & Emily Jane Griffiths Emily a Masters student studying Professional Translation and Amin a Second Year War and Society student met at...

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...

Women Graduates Swansea University Society

by Brandi Hill, President WGSUS The Women Graduates Swansea University Society promotes and advocates for women in higher education to progress in academia and achieve...

‘We’ll see how we roll’ : A short guide to Swansea...

by Carys Svendsen By now you’ve probably seen a cart being wheeled around campus and at least 2 people running behind it while somebody inside...

Quidditch: What is it?

by Charlie McLeod I first joined the Swansea Swans Quidditch Team after noticing the stall at Freshers Fayre. I knew quidditch as the sport played...

The Silent Genocide We Don’t Seem to Care About

by Zoya Chishti Myanmar, also known as Burma, is home to over a hundred different ethnic groups. Myanmar is a Buddhist majority nation, with Buddhists...