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Student News: September 2010

Olivia’s Commonwealth Challenge

Olivia Orchart, a student at Bangor University, is currently representing the Wales in the Commonwealth Fencing Championships (CFC10) in Melbourne, Australia.

Publication date: 28 September 2010

Award winning Amy arrives at university in style!

A first year student at Bangor University who was named her county’s ‘Student of the Year’ has arrived in style at her Halls of Residence in her competition prize - a brand-new Fiat Panda!

Publication date: 27 September 2010

Bangor student runs Anglesey Marathon in memory of father

A PhD student from the School of Environment, Natural Resources and Geography (SENRGY) at Bangor is running the Anglesey Marathon on Sunday in memory of his late father.

Publication date: 23 September 2010

Support for Bangor’s new students shortlisted for Award

Bangor University’s Peer Guide Scheme, which supports new students and ensures easy transition to University life for them, has been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Awards in the Outstanding Student Support Category.

Publication date: 23 September 2010

2010 Llew Rees Memorial Prize winner announced

The highest Sporting Award at Bangor University, the Llew Rees Award, presented to the most outstanding sportsman or woman from among the student body has been awarded this year to Postgraduate Sports Science PhD student Vicky Gottwald.

National league Basketball player, Vicky, of Grove, Oxfordshire has received a cash prize of £750 in order to advance her performance.

Publication date: 21 September 2010

Eating Oyster- in the interest of scientific research!

It’s not every day that you’re invited to eat 12 fresh oysters for free, but that was the experience of a ‘taste-testing’ panel at the School of Ocean Sciences recently.

Publication date: 9 September 2010

Our Peer Guides are on hand....

Your peer guide will be on hand to help you if you’re ever not sure about where you should be during welcome week or the subsequent weeks.

This year Darren Rhodes is the psychology Head Peer Guide and he’ll be around ready to help with any peer guide questions you may have.

Publication date: 1 September 2010