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UWISTUniversity of Wales Institute of Science and Technology (merged with UCC in 1988 to form UWCC)
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THE article by Dave Owens on the "mod" rebirth (Lambrettas review, Echo, February 2) brought back great memories of my own "mod" years before I came to Cardiff University in 1967 to read law (then called Welsh CAT, later UWIST - University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology).
T-D was principal of UWIST from 1968 to 1988 and had doubled as principal of University College during its last year to 1988.
Christopher Short Cardiff graduate 1969: Faculty of Law at UWIST (predecessor constituent College of Cardiff University), Barry
The fact that Gwynfor was a monoglot English speaker at school was confirmed to me by a fellow pupil of his, that is, by my former colleague at Cardiff's UWIST - William P Beddoe 1912-2008.
For two years Jeff thought about his future - then applied and was accepted to read for a law degree at UWIST.
Price was educated at West Monmouth Grammar School and studied civil engineering at UWIST, Cardiff.
This college later became UWIST (University of Wales Institute of Science & Technology), and later still, amalgamated with Cardiff University College to form what is now Cardiff University.