AberSU AGM Live Blog – 5th December

AberSU AGM Live Blog – 5th December

December 5, 2016

Join us for our live blog of the Aberystwyth Student Union AGM.
The event is starting at 6pm on Monday 5th December in the Main Room of the Union.
You can find the details of the meeting includingRead More

Action Hero – ‘Wrecking Ball’ Review

Action Hero – ‘Wrecking Ball’ Review

December 5, 2016

THEATRE HAS ALWAYS had the power to present pertinent issues in interesting ways. It is fitting, therefore, that Action Hero’s Wrecking Ball – a piece which explores how images can be constructed or altered from one person to anotherRead More

(Heart)Breaking News: Wiff Waff to Close

(Heart)Breaking News: Wiff Waff to Close

May 22, 2016

IN NEWS THAT will bring great sadness to fans of fine food, drink and the scintillating sport of ping pong, it was announced today that Wiff Waff, Aberystwyth’s ping pong bar and restaurant, will close itsRead More

Zac Goldsmith Defeat Must Be a Wake-Up Call on Brexit

Zac Goldsmith Defeat Must Be a Wake-Up Call on Brexit

December 2, 2016

ZAC GOLDSMITH has lost his seat as an MP, conceding his constituency of Richmond Park to the Liberal Democrats. Goldsmith, who sparked a by-election by resigning from the Conservative party over their decision to expand HeathrowRead More

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Ali

June 13, 2016

IN AN INTERVIEW with Parkinson in 1971, about six months after his first professional loss by the gloves of Joe Fraizer, Ali admitted he didn’t box because he enjoyed it; he merely used it as aRead More

Dennis you rabble-rouser you. May you heckle for may years to come.
Credit: Duncan Harris

In the wake of ‘Dodgy Dave’, Nick give his top 10 Dennis Skinner commotions

April 19, 2016

DENNIS Skinner, Member of Parliament for Bolsover, was suspended from parliament for a day’s sitting after referring to Prime Minister David Cameron as “Dodgy Dave”. After being demanded by speaker of the commons to withdraw the wordRead More

Bay TV Interviews with the Aber IN and OUT Teams

Bay TV Interviews with the Aber IN and OUT Teams

May 2, 2016

FOLLOWING the recent student-led debate, regarding the upcoming EU Referendum, Bay TV had a quick chat with each team.
First the IN campaign who organised the event and first approached ASM for us to cover the event.

NextRead More

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AberSU AGM Live Blog – 5th December

AberSU AGM Live Blog – 5th December

News December 5, 2016 at 5:57 pm Comments

Join us for our live blog of the Aberystwyth Student Union AGM.
The event is starting at 6pm on Monday 5th December in the Main Room of the Union.
You can find the details of the meeting includingRead More

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Leonard Cohen – the Great Communicator of Human Emotion and All its Contradictions

Arts, Music November 11, 2016 at 2:53 pm Comments

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Arts, Music October 24, 2016 at 5:44 pm Comments

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Arts, Music October 12, 2016 at 12:53 pm Comments

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Arts, Creative Writing October 8, 2016 at 10:40 am Comments

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Arts, TV October 6, 2016 at 12:25 pm Comments

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Arts, Music October 5, 2016 at 4:03 pm Comments

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Arts, Games October 4, 2016 at 1:01 pm Comments

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