College Life

Here's What You Missed: Weekly News Round Up

According to new findings, revelaed by the Journal, just under half of people have said that they will be voting to repeal the 8th Amendment in the upcoming referendum, though 1 in 5 are still unsure

Black Tie Event Organised In Memory of DIT Student

DIT student Laura O’Neill lost her battle with synovial sarcoma last September 2017 aged just 22. To raise funds for the Gavin Glynn Foundation, her nearest and dearest are organising a black

What You Missed Last Week: Weekly News Round Up

A leading Australian emergency medicine specialist has warned Ireland that the country is “lagging behind” on trauma services. Director or Trauma Services at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne,

What You Missed Last Week: News Round Up

In case you were living under a rock the last few days, here are the biggest news stories from last week: UFC fighter Conor McGregor was effectively charged with three charges of assault and one

Repeal, Equality & Social Trolls: Here's What Went Down At USI Congress 2018

The USI’s (Union of Students Ireland) annual Congress kicked off Tuesday 3 April in Ballinasloe with over 300 student delegates from across the country arriving for the four-day event. Day one

Over €6 Million To Be Spent On WiFi In UL Over 3 Years - Despite Losing €6 Million Annually To Student Drop Out Rates

It was recently revealed by the University of Limerick Student Union President, Jack Shelly, that over the next three years the University will engage in a big spending of €6.2 million euro on new