COMING back for a second year is the ASM Student Sports Survey. Following a mixed year in BUCS for the university as a whole and a second away loss to Bangor at Varsity we would likeRead More
PANTYCELYN Project Board, which is coordinating the development of plans for the provision of designated Welsh medium accommodation and social spaces at Aberystwyth University, has completed its report in line with the timetable agreed in JuneRead More
ABERYSTWYTH Student Media are adding their names to a list of student newspapers across the UK participating in a national student survey on racism, following an incident at Warwick University on the 5th April 2016.
On theRead More
ON THE 28th April 2016, Aberystwyth University students will lead a debate about Britain’s membership of the European Union. The debate will be hosted by the Aber ‘IN’ Campaign and UKIP Aberystwyth Uni and pro-Brexit Campaigners inRead More
InterPol hosts Institute of Welsh Politics annual lecture on ‘Wales in Europe’ ahead of EU referendum
THE INSTITUTE of Welsh Politics (IWP) holds its 16th annual lecture this term on Wednesday 20th April and in Aberystwyth University’s very own International Politics building. Giving this year’s address entitled ‘Reflections of Wales in Europe’Read More
Amnesty International Society to host a discussion about “Human Rights and the Body: The Zika Virus”
ON THE 13th April 2016 the Amnesty International Society is hosting a discussion titled, “Human Rights and the Body: The Zika Virus”. The event will begin at 6pm and will be held in the Main HallRead More
TALKING about his latest award-winning book, Other People’s Countries, author Patrick McGuinness will be in the Old College this Saturday.
The lecture, starting at 11:30 in the iconic seafront building, takes its title from the author’s memoir OtherRead More
EACH year the Exemplary Course Awards, established by Aberystwyth University’s IS E-learning Group, recognises the best modules being taught in its annual rankings. This time two Computer Science modules and one from IBERS were highest, but itRead More