Articles by: Matt Warwick

India are making a mess of the T20 World Cup

India are making a mess of the T20 World Cup

International Sport, Opinion, Sport March 12, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

IN THE WORLD of cricket T20 is either viewed as the glorious future, a hit and giggle, or an abomination to the cricketing gods that will lead to the destruction of the game as we knowRead More

In? Out? Billed as the 'choice of a generation', the debate is already overrun with scaremongering and mudslinging fro both camps.

Cameron’s ‘Project Fear’ is embarrassing to us all

Opinion March 4, 2016 at 6:00 pm Comments

AS YOU PROBABLY know, on the 23rd June 2016 the United Kingdom will have a vote on whether to leave, or remain a part of, the European Union. This referendum was promised in the Conservative 2015 manifesto,Read More

This 3D Printer is currently printing a turtle.

Jobs, technology and the future

Opinion February 21, 2016 at 10:15 pm Comments

WHEN considering the future and the way that technology will develop, most of us usually think about it as if change will happen at some vague point in time which can just be ignored, but thatRead More

BYG Students' protest to save Pantycelyn Halls

Photo - Tomos Nolan

Good intentions can still endanger free speech

Opinion January 25, 2016 at 8:01 pm Comments

THE PUBLICATION of the Free Speech University Rankings 2016 (FSUR) will have caught many eyes in Aberystwyth due to the listing of Aber as one of the top five for censorship. Student Union politics passes many by,Read More

The Repetitiveness of the Online Aptitude Test

The Repetitiveness of the Online Aptitude Test

Opinion January 11, 2016 at 5:00 pm Comments

SATURDAY 28th May 2016 is the final day in the summer examination period for this semester, and therefore I can guarantee completion of all my degree related work by then. At the time of writing that isRead More

A Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 ground attack aircraft above northern England.

When Syria comes to Britain

Editors' Pick, Opinion December 29, 2015 at 7:00 pm Comments

YOU WOULD find it hard to believe that just under five years ago, Syria was a relatively peaceful country and, historically, the cradle of civilisation as part of Mesopotamia. Now Syria is one of the mostRead More

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Conservation: Why do we care?

Opinion December 15, 2015 at 12:00 pm Comments

CONTRARY to popular belief, the importance of conservation isn’t something only nature and animal-lovers can understand. Conservation isn’t simply “I like this animal and I don’t want it to disappear”, or even “we must make sureRead More

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The Implications of Fferm Penglais on Student Life

Aberystwyth News, Opinion December 8, 2015 at 3:00 pm Comments

FOR THOSE of you not familiar with the Aberystwyth University’s new £45m hall of residence, Fferm Penglais/Penglais Farm, you’re probably not familiar with the friction it’s causing with Aberystwyth’s local businesses. Fferm Penglais was opened in JanuaryRead More

Submarines breaking the surface of the water are a common site at the Firth of Clyde.

Why Britain should keep its nuclear deterrent

Opinion November 16, 2015 at 4:00 pm Comments

AT SOME point in the next year or so, the government of the United Kingdom will have to make a final decision on whether or not to construct a new class of submarines with which toRead More

Rugby Union is institutionally corrupt

Rugby Union is institutionally corrupt

Editors' Pick, International Sport, Opinion October 31, 2015 at 2:00 pm Comments

RUGBY Union is an institutionally corrupt sport with no moral compass. The sport at the highest level is too often left in the hands of referees rather than the hands of hard-working players the public payRead More