College Life

Student Unions Stand With Nurses and Midwives in INMO Rally

A rally organised by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) marched through the streets of Dublin on February 9th. The march was attended by an estimated 45 thousand people, according to

Union of Students Condemn Scam Unplanned Pregnancy Support Sites

The USI (Union of Students in Ireland) have sent out warnings to students about rogue crisis pregnancy groups, which are run by pro-life campaigners. The websites are resembling the layout of

Cork IT and IT Tralee Set to Form Technological University

Cork Institute of Technology and IT Tralee will apply to become Munster’s first technological university within coming weeks. The university would be the nation’s second technological university.

IT Tralee Under Major Pressure Due to Deficits & Overstaffing

IT Tralee is currently overstaffed, bleeding money and facing serious cash flow issues, a report by the Higher Education Authority shows. According to the Irish Times, the report forecasts that the

Ireland to Face Major Repercussions if There's a “No-deal” Brexit

There will be major repercussions for Ireland in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit, according to a DCU professor. Deiric Ó Broin, a lecturer in the School of Law and Government in DCU, believes

Potential Data Breach at NUI Galway After USB Was Lost

There has been a potential breach of student information at NUIG (National University of Ireland, Galway) after a USB stick thought to contain student details was lost. While NUIG “is unclear on