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What I wish I had known as a Fresher

Find out what Elizabeth wishes she had known this time last year!

My biggest worry when I started Uni was making friends

Find out how Molly made friends during her first year at Uni

What should you do to settle into University?

Read Georgia’s top tips for starting your Uni journey

Uni essentials

What to buy / What you don't REALLY need

What is the Financial Assistance Programme and Why You Should Know About It

Megha Roy, your International Students' Officer, shines light on the Financial Assistance Programme and how it can be useful to you!

Mind Your Head’s Guide to Motivation

Mind Your Head's President, Darrian Harris reveals all the tips and tricks to help you stay motivated to move and Put a Spring in Your Step!

What’s exciting in Wales and how are Welsh students treated?

Your BAME Officer's experiences of Wales and Welsh culture having now lived in Cardiff for 5 years | Profiadau eich Swyddog BAME o Gymru a diwylliant Cymru ar ôl byw yng Nghaerdydd am 5 mlynedd.

Your Mind Matters this Freshers

Some advice on looking after you this year from your VP Welfare and Campaigns, Georgie.

Being Trans and Disabled

Trigger warnings this article includes ableism and transphobia

Winning the minority bingo

Trigger warning: this blog discusses homosexuality in the Muslim Community

Why joining a sports club was the best decision I made at University!

A student story from Charlotte, President of the Ice Skating Club

The race to find a gender

Read Luke’s personal account of how they came to grips with their gender

Rethinking LGBTQ+ History

Connor shares some fascinating facts about the LGBTQ+ community

Don’t Rush

Zac shares how joining the LGBTQ+ Community at Cardiff helped him discover himself

St Dwynwen's Day

Valentine’s Day might be around the corner but why wait until then? Wales has its very own patron saint of love, St Dwynwen.

Self-sabotage and procrastination

Jade from Cardiff Student Minds shares some useful tips to help break the cycle around exam season

Bare Necessities : how it all began

Bare Necessities is student-led project aiming to empower communities by providing basic amenities to be clean and comfortable. Find out how it began.

When to stop ignoring uni jitters

...from someone who’s done first year twice

Don't Ovary Act | Mynd Efo’r Llif

Georgie talks about periods, removing stigma and why bleeding is bloody brilliant