Vicky

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What to do during Freshers Fortnight…

Posted on 10 September 2015 by Vicky

It’s not long until your official Freshers Week starts at Cardiff University, and the whole experience can be a bit daunting, especially if you’ve never experienced clubbing like it before, or have no idea what to expect both for the day events and otherwise. But here are my top tips on what to check out
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A moving in checklist for Freshers…

Posted on 31 August 2015 by Vicky

In the next couple of weeks, most of you will be settling in to your new homes for the year whether it be in private accommodation, or one of the 17 residences at Cardiff University. I made the mistake of packing everything I owned into my parents’ tiny car (and borrowed roof rack!), only to
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What a wonderful day Graduation was…

Posted on 31 July 2015 by Vicky

I graduated from Cardiff University with a First Class Honours, a moment I had been waiting for for a long time. It wasn’t just the past three years working for my degree, but the past seventeen of my educational career that seemed to be living up to this moment. I can’t help but smile looking
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Student Elections

Posted on 15 February 2015 by Vicky

I’m on a bit of an election hype at the moment considering my last post was on the General Election! But with a week until student elections begin, what should you know about it? Well, for a start you vote for 7 full-time officer roles, and 9 part-time officer roles. Full-time positions are SU President,
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MOVING OUT OF YOUR STUDENT HOUSE CHECKLIST

Posted on 30 June 2014 by Vicky

I’m currently writing this, physically exhausted after one of the most amazing weekends of my life at Glastonbury Festival. Arriving back home at 4am, today has been somewhat of a struggle, and tomorrow I’m driving down to Cardiff to get the last of my stuff out of my house… I’m sort of dreading it as
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WHY I LOVE BEING A SOCIETY PRESIDENT

Posted on 14 May 2014 by Vicky

Time management at uni is tough, and before you know it you’re at the end of your degree and thrust into the world of grown-up stuff. Non-uni goers look upon our student lives as lazy and pretty easy, but fitting in deadlines, socialising and all the other sports/extra-curricular/part-time jobs we seem to accumulate over our
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