The BelleVue how-to guide for graduate jobs & selling yourself in the good way

IT’S ABOUT this time that final year students up and down the country start breaking into panicked sweats about the gaping chasm of the unknown that lies beyond that last deadline, exam or society meal. There’s even a comforting, head-in-the sand grace period between then and graduation day. The excitement of throwing on the robes and … Continue reading The BelleVue how-to guide for graduate jobs & selling yourself in the good way

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Appeal for information after Easter Sunday robbery

Police are appealing for information after a robbery at an Aberystwyth shop. The Premier Shop on North Parade was targeted at around 20:40 on the evening of Easter Sunday. Dyfed-Powys Police said they were called just after the robbery. The suspect is thought to be in his early 30’s wearing a grey/blue hoodie, a black ski mask and … Continue reading Appeal for information after Easter Sunday robbery

Healthcare research moves up the agenda in Mid Wales as new Centre for Excellence is launched

DURING an announcement made on Thursday at the launch of the Centre for Excellence in Rural Healthcare, Welsh Government Minister for Health and Social Services, Professor Mark Drakeford AM, has also started the Centre for Excellence in Rural Health Research. The new research centre will see Aberystwyth University work closely with the Mid Wales Healthcare Collaborative and … Continue reading Healthcare research moves up the agenda in Mid Wales as new Centre for Excellence is launched

Aber Spring Gathering brings together community projects for a day of celebration

TAKING over the Cardigan Bay Gallery this Saturday is the Aberystwyth Spring Gathering, an all-day event bringing together the best of the local grassroots community projects in the day and some of Aber’s finest musicians by night. Organised by the Freeriver Community, the Spring Gathering is a celebration of the dawning of a new season … Continue reading Aber Spring Gathering brings together community projects for a day of celebration

We could not have been more wrong about the Six Nations

HERE at the good ship A.S.M we can admit when we’ve got something wrong, and we did not get the Six Nations right. Well, Jim got close. Saturday’s action was exactly what fans had been longing for this entire competition; big hits, bold runs and fantastic play. All six teams came out like they had … Continue reading We could not have been more wrong about the Six Nations

Sandy Spence and Comp Sci department lift UK photography prize two years running

AN IMAGE of a humanoid robot learning about how to play from a young child as part of robotics research at Aberystwyth University has won a top UK science photography award. ‘iCub and the tutor’ by Sandy Spence from the Department of Computer Science is the winner of the ‘People’ prize in this year’s Engineering and … Continue reading Sandy Spence and Comp Sci department lift UK photography prize two years running

BUCS leagues end as Real Varsity build-up begins

AS THIS term comes to an end, so too does another BUCS season. With just rescheduled fixtures and Cricket to be played in the final term the league tables have settled for the time being and sit 70th of the 179 registered institutions, four places behind Bangor. Tîm/Team Aber have been chasing their Varsity rivals (the competition … Continue reading BUCS leagues end as Real Varsity build-up begins

Cupboard under stairway in Old College conceals donated Edwards sculpture for 80 years

JOSEPH Edwards was a prolific Welsh sculptor and his work is highly praised, which made discovering one of his forgotten busts in a cupboard under the stairs of the Old College all the more surprising. The bust, of prolific nineteenth century scholar and historian Thomas Stephens of Merthyr Tydfil (1821-1875), is believed to have reached … Continue reading Cupboard under stairway in Old College conceals donated Edwards sculpture for 80 years

Donations pouring into fundraiser in tribute to Stefan Osgood

SURPASSING their initial target five times over, a fundraiser on the site JustGiving started by students of Aberystwyth University have raised over £2,500 in tributes paid to a student who has died. Stefan Osgood, the Vice-President of Aber Snow, passed away on Tuesday night, and now his friends have set up the online donation page with … Continue reading Donations pouring into fundraiser in tribute to Stefan Osgood