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Cardiff Connect

Cardiff Connect, formerly Cardiff University Magazine, is our annual publication designed for our alumni community and packed with the latest news from the University.

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Cardiff Connect - Autumn 2018

Cardiff Connect - Autumn 2018

20 December 2018

The latest Cardiff Connect for alumni and friends

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Cardiff Connect Autumn 2018

Who are the alumni behind the food revolution taking place in Cardiff? Our feature takes a look at the changing food scene in the capital.

100 years since the first election where some women were able to vote, are Cardiff's game changers keeping the legacy of Millicent Mackenzie alive?

With universities facing more scrutiny than ever before we take a look at the reasons why universities are such an important part of the fabric of our day to day lives.

The magazine is also jam-packed with University news, events, and research discoveries.

Cardiff on a plate

The food scene in Cardiff is changing dramatically, and Cardiff University alumni are setting the menu.

Why Universities

Why Universities?

With higher education under more scrutiny than ever before, we analyse the unseen role of universities in the 21st century.

Millicent Mackenzie

Game Changers

The staff, student and alumni community keeping suffragette and pioneering academic Millicent Mackenzie’s campaigning spirit alive.

Examined Life – Guto Harri (PgDip 1988)

Examined Life – Guto Harri (PgDip 1988)

Guto Harri is a writer, broadcaster and strategic communications consultant.

Examined Life – Shrouk El-Attar (MEng 2018)

Examined Life – Shrouk El-Attar (MEng 2018)

Shrouk El-Attar is a prominent LGBT+ activist named ‘Young Woman of the Year’ 2018 by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Chair from 2017 National Eisteddfod

Gwyn ein byd

Osian Rhys Jones, winner of the chair at the 2017 National Eisteddfod, pens an exclusive poem for Cardiff Connect.

Centre for Student life, artist's impression

Supporting students

Student wellbeing matters. Cardiff’s Director of Student Support and Wellbeing, a Cardiff alum and donor, and a current support recipient discuss how a revolutionary approach is making a real difference.

Sunset over main building

In Memoriam 2017-2018

Remembering the Cardiff University alumni, staff and friends we lost in 2017-18.