Finding friends and building a community – the success of Swansea University’s Barbell Society

Our MA student Howard Qi tells us about the rise of Swansea University’s powerlifting club that…

Student thesis published in MEDIA, WAR and CONFLICT

A new article by Linda de Veen and Richard Thomas discusses the coverage of some recent…

Horses – effective therapy for mental illness

During your lifetime, you have a 25% chance of suffering with mental illness, so learning how…

Remixing journalism: the power of satire as an alternative fourth estate

Dr Allaina Kilby is a lecturer in Journalism in the Media and Communications department.  Her current research interests…

BBC caught in the crossfire: why the UK’s public broadcaster is becoming a big election story

Richard Thomas, Swansea University and Declan McDowell-Naylor, Cardiff University The final week of campaigning for the…

Jon Stewart: journey from satirist to political advocate is no laughing matter

Allaina Kilby, Swansea University When Jon Stewart quit the Daily Show, the satirical news and comedy…

UK election 2019: how the growing reach of alt-media is shaping the campaign

Richard Thomas, Swansea University and Declan McDowell-Naylor, Cardiff University The UK media landscape features a new…

Journalism in conflict: “For the sake of peace, whatever it costs…”

Louisa Esther Mugabo is an Erasmus Mundus MA student at Swansea University, specialising in War and…