College Life

Snooker's Biggest Tournament Continues to go Against the Grain

A counterculture is defined by the Oxford Dictionary as “a way of life and set of attitudes opposed to or at variance with the prevailing social norm”. In the fast-paced modern world of

Arsene Wenger: A Victim Of His Own Accomplishments

“After careful consideration and following discussions with the club, I feel it is the right time for me to step down at the end of the season…” With a single sentence, after fighting the

Dublin Camogie Star Decides To Give Up County Career

When I sat down with All-Star nominee, Dublin camogie star and DCU student Eva-Marie Elliott, she talked me through the reality of being a woman in the eyes of the GAA. Eva-Marie spoke candidly when

Intensity Triumphs Over Control as Liverpool and Roma advance to Champions League Semi-Finals

Both of Tuesday night’s second leg games in the Champions League saw the two teams who were underdogs going in their quarter-final ties prevail. Liverpool would hold onto their 3-0 first leg

Joshua Has Wilder In His Sights After Parker Victory

March 28 saw the professional boxing heavyweight unification bout between English boxer, Anthony Joshua, and New Zealand’s Joseph Parker. Titled “Road to Undisputed”, the unification

Campus.ie's Premier League Team of The Year

  As always at this time of the year, half of the football-supporting public are beginning to form their opinions on who the season’s best players have been. Of course, the other half are