Month: October 2016

Class of ’66 return to Cardiff’s School of Geography and Planning

Posted on 19 October 2016 by Susie Bailey

Fifty years since the first class graduated from what was then ‘Town Planning Studies’ at the School of Architecture and Environment, the Class of ’66 returned to Cardiff  University for their gold reunion. The class were joined by both current students and staff from the School of Geography and planning and were eager to share stories and relive memories from their time
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Our City of the Unexpected

Posted on 18 October 2016 by Alex Norton

  This September, Cardiff witnessed its biggest ever arts event: ‘Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected’, a remarkable celebration of the master storyteller’s life and work on the 100th anniversary of his birth in the Welsh capital.  Born in the district of Llandaff in 1916, the globally beloved author spent his formative years in Wales; a
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Cardiff University documentary stars

Posted on 13 October 2016 by Susie Bailey

Cardiff University students past and present become documentary stars. ‘Doctoriaid Yfory’ (‘Tomorrow’s Doctors’) is a new S4C series  which follows 15 medical students at Cardiff’s School of Medicine as they get to grips with the emotional, physical and mental challenges of studying medicine. The series has proven to be a big success, rivalling long standing soap opera ‘Pobol
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#TeamCardiff’s Half Marathon success

Posted on 13 October 2016 by Alex Norton

The 2016 Cardiff University/Cardiff Half Marathon took place Sunday 2 October, with 17,000 runners taking to the flat, fast course that winds around the streets and sights of the Welsh capital. Amongst those taking in the sites of the Civic Centre, Cardiff Bay and Roath Park Lake, were the 200 strong #TeamCardiff competitors, all of whom
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