Author: Kayla Jones

Deputy Editor - Content 2015/16 Travel Editor 2014/15

TV

With the number of cheese nights out, Buzzfeed articles centred around stuff you used to have growing up, and the re-emergence of jelly shoes, it is clear that our generation is in love with nostalgia. The recent reboot of Fuller House is no exception of that. From the opening credits of Carly Rae Jepson singing “everywhere you look”, to the identical set, and almost every character returning from the original Full House, this new show is all about feeding off of the original. Though the focus has been taken off of a single father trying to raise 3 daughters on his…

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The first time I saw Eurovision was when Jedward were bopping around on the stage. I’m going to be honest and say that the event made me feel like I was tripping on something real funky. All the colours, costumes and lights were a bit different for a southern girl like me. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen all this Lady Gaga and Katy Perry stuff that’s been going around for the last few years, but if I wanted to see a bunch of people dressed up like they were in a Hunger Games musical, I’d go to the movies. I love the…

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On  22nd February Seren Editors Kayla and Ida went to the Give It A Go event at Normal Site. The taster session, which allowed students to drop by was filled with with sword-fighting, Archery and Re-enactors. Any student who wanted to come along to the taster could try out being a part of the societies. First up, Kayla saw how good of a shot she was at archery. Archery club member Tasmin came and taught her how to use a bow, stand correctly and how to aim for the bullseye. Though Kayla only got to the outer part of…

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Studying Abroad on the Island of Martinique North Wales may have Snowdonia, but I am doubting students are being served shark and octopus in Bangor. Studying abroad for a semester in the Caribbean, new and unusual food has become the norm for my stay on the Island of Martinique. I spend my Monday afternoons surfing and body-boarding on the Atlantic Coast and Fridays wake-boarding and Kayaking in the Caribbean Sea. Yes, my university here includes surfing and kayaking as actual classes. Summer lives on here throughout the seasons, and I would be lying if I said I didn’t spend a…

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