Articles by: Zoe Rowson

Can Jeremy Corbyn bring victory for Labour?

Can Jeremy Corbyn bring victory for Labour?

Opinion September 30, 2015 at 4:00 pm Comments

THIS month, Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour Leadership with an impressive mandate of 59.5% of the vote. Originally seen as a rank outsider, Corbyn quickly gained media attention and popular support through his idealised left wingRead More

Number of Welsh students going to university increases, as clearing figures rise across the UK

Number of Welsh students going to university increases, as clearing figures rise across the UK

National News, News September 30, 2015 at 2:00 pm Comments

FIGURES show that the number of Welsh students going to University is on the rise, with data suggesting a 2.4% rise so far this year, up to 19,010 from 18,570 at this time last year. 19,010Read More

All the best: The departing words from an Online Editor

All the best: The departing words from an Online Editor

Blogs, Editors' Pick, Notes from the Editor September 28, 2015 at 8:18 pm Comments

JUST as everyone gets ready for the year ahead and ASM gears up for what I’m sure will be an incredible year, it’s time for me to depart. My MA is complete and so it’s timeRead More

Changes to permissions on university network

Changes to permissions on university network

News, University News September 28, 2015 at 5:00 pm Comments

DURING the summer, Information Services have made changes to their network to allow consoles to connect to the University network natively. Instructions for this can be found at: https://faqs.aber.ac.uk/1453. Limitations exist, with some video games requiring portsRead More

5 apps you will need at university

5 apps you will need at university

Lifestyle, Student Living, Technology September 28, 2015 at 12:00 pm Comments

AS YOU ARRIVE at university this year, there are certain things that you know you’ll need, but something that you may not have considered is those apps for your smartphone that will make your university experienceRead More

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Hugh Owen Library to remain open 24 hours

News, University News September 27, 2015 at 2:00 pm Comments

THE HUGH Owen Library is to remain a 24-hour library every day of the week. This comes after the successful 24-hour opening trial that occurred last year following a Student Union campaign. Students will now benefit fromRead More

Our longest serving monarch: Elizabeth II

Our longest serving monarch: Elizabeth II

Features, National News, News September 27, 2015 at 9:30 am Comments

EARLIER this month, Queen Elizabeth II became the longest reigning monarch and surpassed Queen Victoria, her great-great-grandmother. Her 63 year and seven-month reign became the longest in history on Wednesday 9th at 17:30, having reigned for 23,266Read More

Dislike! Do we need the new Facebook feature?

Dislike! Do we need the new Facebook feature?

Opinion September 26, 2015 at 6:45 pm Comments

LAST week it was announced by Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook was to get a “dislike” button after many years of will they, or won’t they and many users requesting some form of “dislike” button. At aRead More

Aberystwyth student raises money for Cayman Islands animal charity

Aberystwyth student raises money for Cayman Islands animal charity

News, University News August 27, 2015 at 11:00 am Comments

MELANIE Moore, a Caymanian BSc Animal Science student at Aberystwyth University has been fundraising for the Cayman Islands Humane Society. She raised the money by participating in the gruelling 5 km Muddy Mountain obstacle course at Penrhyn-cochRead More

Research award for Centre for Research into Environment and Health

Research award for Centre for Research into Environment and Health

News, University News August 4, 2015 at 4:25 pm Comments

THE Centre for Research into Environment and Health (CREH), part of the Department of Geography and Eath Sciences won the Software Tools award at the recent 2015 Research Excellence Framework (REF) ‘Impact’ Awards, held by theRead More