College Life

Does The Future of Journalism Lie in Subscription Services?

“The day I run into a Huffington Post reporter at a Baltimore Zoning Board hearing is the day that I will be confident that we’ve actually reached some sort of equilibrium … the next 10 or 15

The IUA calls on an increased investment into universities in Budget 2019

A decade of drastic financial cuts to Irish Universities threatens the future competitiveness of the nation and hinders the ‘best in Europe’ government ambition. The Irish Universities

The Importance of Knowing Your Rights As A Tenant

The name of the student has been changed on request. The best thing about moving out of your family home is the freedom it entails. The majority of people who attend university tend to live on campus

Unpaid Internships: The Exploitation of Young Working Professionals

Chances are if you are working in a creative field, such as fashion, film, music or journalism, you are now expected to work for free to start your career. I am sure a lot of us student journalists

Thoughts On Life After College As Told By A Final Year Student

Thinking about what to do when my degree is over is scary. It’s a lot of pressure for a young adult. Not only are we faced with final exams that determine our degree, but we also have to think

Many Students Believe The Cost Of Contraception Should Be Shared

Chances are if you are in a long-term relationship, you will be (or at least should be) using contraception. However, there is one pressing question that needs answered: should couples split the cost