This blog was written by Flora McNerney, a UWTSD third-year student in Anthropology and English, who was a member of the team that worked on the material for the exhibition. Flora was the Lampeter Campus Students’ Union President in 2014/15. This year a number of third-year students embarked upon a project within the Roderic Bowen […]

History

This is the third year of the UWTSD Lampeter Student Led Awards, and on Wednesday a number of students and staff got together for the celebration and presentation of the awards. The Student Led Awards are organised by the UWTSD Students’ Union and are based upon a process of nomination and selection by the students. The […]

Ancient World

The blog below was written by one of our Anthropology students, Lucinda: Hello! I’m Lucinda Walker, a second year anthropology student. I am writing about an excellent cultural exchange trip to Zimbabwe. I went in January 2016 with 6 other Anthropology students to Chinamhora Village. We went with a charity called Love Zimbabwe, they are a […]

Anthropology

The blog below was written by one of our Ancient History and Archaeology students, Heather: I can put a spell on you!! …well not you, but I can cast a spell on your dead body… You are probably thinking that I am crazy but I am not! And I will tell you why. My name is […]

Ancient World

The blog below was written by one of our Ancient History students, Stephany Aymerich: Hello everyone, I am Steph, second year Ancient history and anthropology student. Togidubnus!!! …You may think that I have just made that word up but it’s actually the name of the guy who (presumably) used to live in Fishbourne. First of all, […]

Ancient World

The blog below was written by one of our Anthropology students, Stephany Aymerich: Well this being my first post I guess I should start by introducing myself. I am Steph, a second year student of Ancient History and Anthropology at UWTSD Lampeter. Today I am going to talk (write) about one side of my degree ANTHROPOLOGY… […]

Anthropology

The blog below was written by one of our Classics students, Gemma Russell: “Ahhhh!” Exclaimed Kyle as he fell off the stage with a dagger in his back. Wait a minute. I should probably give you some background into this. First let me start by saying that Kyle happens to be Dr Kyle Erickson, head […]

Ancient World

Last Saturday the School of Classics went on its annual autumn day trip. Whereas last year we stayed on our side of the border and explored Caerleon and Caerwent, this year we ventured a little further afield to the Roman Baths of Bath Spa. This gave students taking Dr Ralph Haeussler’s Britain in the Western […]

Ancient World