A Review of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, a Nomadic Players Production

A Review of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, a Nomadic Players Production

Arts, Events, Local, Opinion, Societies, Theatre February 7, 2019 at 12:00 pm Comments

I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to watch The Nomadic Players in a dress rehearsal performance of their current play, an adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, ahead of theirRead More

Warrington, United Kingdom - March 6, 2016: Warrington, UK - march 6, 2016: View of the NHS (National Health Service)  logo at the Springfields Medical Centre in the centre of Warrington, Cheshire.

Is Healthcare a Human Right?

Health, Opinion, Politics, Societies March 6, 2018 at 7:49 pm Comments

“Healthcare is a human right.” The chances are, if you’re left-leaning, you probably agree with that statement. If you work for the World Health Organization, or helped draft the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, you probablyRead More

Curtain Call Set to Light Up the Stage

Curtain Call Set to Light Up the Stage

Arts, Interviews, Societies, Students' Union News, Theatre February 22, 2018 at 10:51 am Comments

Between the 23rd and 25th of February, the Curtain Call Musical Theatre Society will be performing their latest production, 9 to 5. The play, based on a 1980 hit movie of the same name, is aRead More

The original poster for the production

Such Combinations Love Sustains – A Triumphant Performance

Arts, News, Societies, Theatre February 13, 2018 at 5:38 pm Comments

Forever intrigued by the work of the rising stars of this generation, I decided to accept my invitation to see The Broad-ways Theatre and Film Society’s production entitled, Such Combinations Love Sustains. This was a playRead More

All representing members of Aber Poolsoc; Kobi Mates, Zenan Ibrahim, Liam Croft, Gwynfor Evans, Adam Norton, Kieran Miller, Jordan McCorkell, Liam Davies, Nick Morgan, Yao Zhu, Evan Fuller, and Niall Sloan.

Aberystwyth Pool Society Emerges Triumphant in Welsh University Pool Championship 2018

In recent weeks, our very own Pool and Snooker society has emerged victorious from their very first attempt at the Welsh University Pool Championship held in Pontyclun. Twelve members of the society were sent to representRead More

The Open Mic Night took place on October 19th

ECWS Starts Year Well

Arts, Creative Writing, Events, Local, Societies December 12, 2017 at 2:28 pm Comments

Thursday, 19th October 2017 Bar 46   The English and Creative Writing Society have fired the starting gun for a year of fun, with an impressive first open mic held at Bar 46. The evening wasRead More

ECWS ‘Would I Lie To You?’ RAG Event a Huge Success

ECWS ‘Would I Lie To You?’ RAG Event a Huge Success

LAST week, Aberystwyth’s fabulous English and Creative Writing Society held their annual Raising-and-Giving event, a ‘Would I Lie to You’ competition in aid of the mental health charity, Mind. The event also included a hugely successfulRead More

That is a big trophy right there.

British Beer Pong Champion Rhodri Davies talks to ASM about his recent success

Societies, Sport, University Sport April 21, 2016 at 12:09 pm Comments

DESPITE being so laid-back he’s practically horizontal, Rhodri Norman Gaskins Davies cuts a formidable figure as I meet him for the first time since his emphatic win on the national stage. I’ve been watching him and theRead More

The old boys will be playing the current team for Scope, the disability charity, and lifelong bragging rights.

DIGS’ AC ALSOM lace up for their 12-hour charity match in aid of Scope

Interviews, Societies, Sport, University Sport April 6, 2016 at 10:21 pm Comments

RAISING & Giving have been high up the agendas of many clubs and societies this year and it’s produced some brilliant events both on campus and in town. The latest addition to these fundraising ranks comesRead More

Aberystwyth Robotics Club receives award

Aberystwyth Robotics Club receives award

ABERYSTWYTH Robotics Club, open to all years of students from Penglais and Penweddig schools, is run out of the Physical Sciences building on the university’s Penglais campus. Run by members of staff from IMAPS and assisted byRead More