College Life

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

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 Main Challenges Facing Consent Workshops in Ireland

Consent workshops in Ireland have been introduced across Irish university campuses within the last couple of years, yet there are still mixed opinions in relation to how they are run. In general, the

Is It Possible To Save And Be A Student?

Trying to manage being a full-time college student, having a social life and working a part-time job can be seriously tough work. Having three months off for summer seems great as it gives you a

Education With Autism: My Experience

I’d thought for years that I’d never go to college. When I was completing my Junior Cert in school, I worked really hard and gave everything I had into my exams, but for some reason those stellar

The Education System is Failing its Young People and Their Sexual Health.

The Irish education system is far from perfect, and one could pick at the curriculum being taught to Irish teenagers all day. But following the recent HSE statistics that HIV is on the rise among