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The Dark Side of Reality TV?

By Bethany Griffiths
I think it’s safe to say that this summer could go down in history as being one of the most eventful the UK has ever seen (probably a...

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Queer and Now

Poppy Jennings
In the wake of another incredible Pride Month, society is left with both positive and negative questions about what comes next. Amidst the...

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An Open Letter To… Dementia

Features want to get personal and what’s more personal than a letter? Whether it’s to your younger self, future self, idol or your hometown, a...

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An Open Letter To… First Year Me

Features want to get personal and what’s more personal than a letter? Whether it’s to your younger self, future self, idol or your hometown, a...

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PREVIEW: Refugee Rhythms Returns!

This Thursday, the 23rd February, Cardiff University’s branch of Student Action for Refugees is holding its annual event – Refugee Rhythms. Last year’s...

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New Year’s Resolution Inspiration

January is nearly over and the excitement of the new year has faded. Whilst the January blues set in, the new gym kits lie screwed in a heap underneath the...

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Hygge – Living the Danish Way

Hailing first place in the 2016 Wold Happiness Report for the third time, Denmark seems to be getting more than a few things right when it comes to living well...

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SAD in students: What is it?

One rationally assumes that the summer is a glorious time of relaxation; no uni, no deadlines, no stress, right? After the multiple obligatory end – of...

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Good Trip?

It was New Year’s Eve 2013. The barn rave started in good nature; alcohol fuelled and surrounded by friends, new and old, some of which were frequent...

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How to be a Mermaid

Calling all final-year students! Graduation is looming and we all know graduate job hunting is a nightmare that we could really do without. Right now a summer...

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