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Every Day Should Be Earth Day

Every day should be Earth Day:   Well, that’s my opinion anyway, and it baffles me that anyone could think any different!    The good news is that...

9 Eco-Conscious Practises You Can Partake in This Earth Day

To celebrate this year’s Earth Day, the Swansea Conservation and Ecology Society have put together a few lifestyle tips that you can follow to...

Health Benefits of Tea

Tea has a long history in various cultures: from the southwest of China during the Shang dynasty, to the first Portuguese priests in the...

Earth Hour 2021/Sustainable Student Living

This Saturday (27th March), we lit our candles, turned off our lights, and joined the world in darkness to support the WWF Earth Hour.    Originally...

St. David’s Day Welsh Cakes Recipe

We're the Swansea University Baking Society, and we are celebrating St David's Day by hosting a 'Welsh Week', during which our members will bake...

St. David’s Day

The way we think about key events in the Welsh social calendar is changing. Of course, change is normal, but the change in Wales...

The Top 5 Most Wonderfully Unconventional Societies at UK Universities

Everyone knows that joining a society at University is a great way to meet people and develop new interests. Whether you’re a sports enthusiast,...

Children’s Mental Health Week: 1st – 7th February 2021

Mental health has never been so high on the public agenda as it is at the moment, with everyone feeling the mental strain that...

We Need More Men in Dresses and Women in Suits

It’s undeniable that the last 12 months have been very trying for everyone, but as a queer person it has been an odd experience....

LGBTQ+ History Month

The month of February is LGBTQ+ history month. This month is very important to the LGBTQ+  community; we remember those who paved the way...

SUCES x Dynamic Dunescapes Beach Art Event

SUCES x Dynamic Dunescapes Beach Art Event  By The Conservation Society (Amy Shorley and Karolina Yagüe) Hi everyone, we’re the Swansea Conservation and Ecology Society! We’re...

Resurrecting the Media Society

Resurrecting the Media Society By Mathurin Aron   Who are we and what do we do?   We are the Swansea University Media Society, a dying society aiming to...

LGBT+ Speed Friending Event

LGBT+ Speed Friending Event By Cara O'Sullivan - LGBT+ President   In light of the current COVID restrictions it has been hard to organize in-person events, which...

Student Ambassadors Do Movember

Student Ambassadors Do Movember By Iwan Taylor-Evans This year, the Student Ambassador Scheme at Swansea University has formed a Movember Team, to raise awareness for both...

How Societies are Adapting to Adhere to COVID-19 Restrictions

How Societies are Adapting to Adhere to COVID-19 Restrictions By Rachel Hart Societies are currently facing much adversity at the hands of the ongoing pandemic and...

Chapati Recipe

Chapati Recipe By Mitchelle Wamahiu: East African Society   Similar to Naan, Parantha, Roti, Safati, Phulka, and Roshi, chapati is a very well-known dish eaten anytime of...

Diversity Within The Dance Industry

Diversity Within The Dance Industry By Hannah Courtney Thomas: Dance Society President   Inclusive. That’s one word we would use to describe the environment we create Swansea...

Students Saving Our Theatres: Shoreline’s Summer Project

Students Saving Our Theatres: Shoreline’s Summer Project By Sam Binnie On March 12, 2020, Broadway shut down. Slowly, theatre by theatre, London’s West End followed. Since...

Reasons to Join a Society

Reasons to Join a Society By Rachel Hart “Should I join a society?”- The oh-so familiar question every fresher asks themselves upon arriving at University. You...

Trans and Non-Binary Support Group

TNBS - pronounced Tenbies - is a monthly support group that has been set up by the Societies and Services Officer Georgia-Rose, after the...

An Introduction to Societies at Swansea

An Introduction to Societies at Swansea By Rachel Hart University provides the perfect opportunity to meet people, diversify and immerse yourself in new activities. Despite the...

Dressing For Socials

Dressing for Socials by Chiara Cimmino   When it comes to hockey, the sport itself isn’t the only thing, there are also the socials that need to...

Swansea Sports: Three That Fit For Freshers

Swansea’s Sports: 3 That Fit for Freshers. By Efan Willis University sports enables students, both old and new, to enjoy the full benefits of student living;...

Volunteering with Discovery

Volunteering with Discovery By Owain Brooks I started volunteering with Discovery during my second year in order to expand my CV and my employability. The first...

Society of the Month – February

Winners  This year’s Society of the Month is the Malaysian Society  The Malaysian Society spent the month of February organising the WMS: Welsh Malaysian Shield. This...

Society of the Month – November

Conservation & Ecology November’s Society of the Month is the Conservation & Ecology Society. They’ve been very hard at work engaging with not just their...

Society Spotlight – October

October 2019  Society of the Month – Geography Society  On Monday 7th October, the Geography Society held a drop in Coffee and Cake morning in aid of the charity YoungMinds. This charity focuses...

Society Spotlight: Swansea University Hispanic society

This issue’s Society Spotlight is focusing on Swansea University's Hispanic Society. Founded by James Walker, Sean Muñoz and Sebastian Saavedra, this society has been...

Your full-time officers 2018/19

Meet your new officers. They get voted in by students and they're here to represent you with all things Uni-related. If you're having an...

5 Reasons why you should join a society

As the saying goes ‘New year, new memberships’. It’s a heavily paraphrased saying, but it’s that time of the year again, and it’s time...

The Death of Societies?

We all know the scene: you’re whittling away the week with work and then society night (or nights, in some cases) rolls around. You’re...

Give it a Go! Week & the Mega Quiz

by Heather Dimmer Every year, coinciding with Refreshers, societies participate in ‘Give it a Go!’ week, where we host taster events open to the whole...

SUSU CIVSOC

by Thomas Edge CIVSOC is Swansea University’s brand new Civil Engineering Society. CIVSOC aims to enhance students’ university experience, CPD, networking opportunities and broaden their...

Swansea University’s Triathlon Club

by Fin Hardie Triathlon may not spring to mind as the easiest club to get involved in for a beginner, but this idea is a...

Upcoming society events

by Heather Dimmer As 2017 comes to a close, a lot of societies will have big events planned to celebrate the end of term or...

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...

So Why Should You Join A Society?

  by Heather Dimmer Freshers Fayre feels overwhelming, they all have membership fees, and you don’t know which ones to choose. Seriously, don’t worry about it....

Your Full Time Officers 17/18

by Lauren Kent Let us introduce you to the new student union officers for the academic year 2017/2018! The full-time and part-time officers were elected by...

Success for Swansea Uni Sub Aqua Charity Event

On the 10th May, Swansea University's Sub Aqua club organised a  beach clean and BBQ fundraiser at Swansea Bay. Club member Evie Furness said "We had...

Rocking All Over The World

This January Surf, Snowriders and Rowing set out on some epic trips across Europe! The Surf club have recently returned from Fuerta Ventura after taking...

Debating and Feminist Society Collide!

The 8th of March marks International Women’s Day. This day commemorates a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women....

Cinderella

By Zoe Stabler All of the performing arts societies collaborated together for a performance of the much loved ‘Cinderella’ performed in February in the Taliesin....

the art society: life drawing

By Hazel Stabler This year, a whole host of new societies have already become some of the most successful and incredible this university has ever...

shoreline theatre: waiters needed

Waiters Needed was a wonderful set of three one act plays encapsulating the audience and giving us a night of laughter, more laughter and...