Rethinking Tourism - What Impact is Our Travel Having?

In December last year, the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks, increased its entry fee in an effort to bring down the number of visitors. The 365-year-old mausoleum had been

Six Million Tonnes of Plastic Generated by Airlines in 2017 - What Can Be Done?

Our ever-increasing dependency on plastic has always been a matter of grave concern for myriads of environmentalists and regulatory authorities. In a recent study conducted, which also happened to be

Three City Trips That Won’t Break A Student Budget

The major capital cities of Europe are amazing. The hype is obviously not miss placed but mass tourism and a globalised market means you often spend way too much of your quick city jaunt queuing with

Commuting Both Hinders and Helps the College Experience

We would all love to be able to roll out of bed 20 minutes before our first lecture and arrive on time, but unfortunately, many of us can’t do this. Whether you live at home to save money or could

The Best Irish Libraries to Visit This Winter

With the evenings getting darker and the cold weather fast approaching, there’s never been a better time to curl up somewhere warm and enjoy a good book. Whether you’re a regular reader or just a

My Experience With: Camping on Inis Oírr

It was the Summer of 2014. Rory McIlroy was at the height of his career, Sia was singing about chandeliers, and George Ezra was still assumed to be a middle-aged man who sang some nonsense about