Man scares his girlfriend...22 times
So, you think your other half is mean? Take a look at what comedian Aristotle Georgson did to his poor girlfriend...
In this Vine compilation, he scares his girlfriend a whopping 22 times, catching her off-guard as she drives, puts on make-up and goes shopping for doughnuts (the last one has tragic consequences).
Take a look...
'Let It Go' parody for college students
If you're prone to chronic bouts of procrastination, then this student-friendly re-write of 'Let It Go' is your anthem.
The track, borrowed from the Disney movie Frozen, has been doing the internet rounds over the weekend.
We have to warn you, as soon as this infectious song gets stuck in your head, you'll have a hard time getting it out...
Happy "studying", everyone!
DIT student's photography project leads to local election bid
DIT student Jenna Keane has launched a campaign for the Waterford local elections, not on the back of a deep seated affinity with politics, but because of a college project and a desire to put her city back on the map.
We’ve teamed up with Turf ‘n’ Surf to give one lucky winner a Beach Tour for two any weekend in May!
The winner will spend two nights in the Turf ‘n’ Surf Lodge and can choose two of three activities: surfing, sea-kayaking and Blo-karting (land sailing). Transport from Dublin City Centre is included.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, simply tag a beach buddy in the comments below!
The Turf 'n' Surf Beach Tour is the perfect mini-break for the weekend warrior on a budget.
Sticking to their roots: Corner Boy
Having already appeared on the Late Late Show and looking forward to supporting big acts both in Ireland and abroad, Wexford natives Corner Boy have achieved huge success in the short time they’ve been together.Lead vocalist and guitarist Michael D'Arcy talks fame, fortune, and the importance of home.
Laura Flathery: Wexford seems to be a big theme with you and your songs, like 'Ghost Town City'. Why is that?
The 5 best Trinity College myths (that are probably true)
Whether you’re highly superstitious or a hardened cynic, Trinity College Dublin boasts hundreds of years of history and odd goings on and it’s difficult to not come across the many myths that permeate it during your time there. Here are a few of my personal favourites.
How to avoid burnout this exam season
The longer evenings may be a source of joy to most, but for many around the country they signal only one thing: exam time is coming.
At this time of year, exhausted students’ days consist of studying, cramming and coffee to get the last assignments finished and get ready for exams.
With so much going on it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and trying to be healthy seems like just another thing to add to the list. However if you're not careful, all this stress can lead to burn out.
Wallis Bird - taking flight
Photo by Jens Oellermann
After three successful albums written and produced at home in Ireland, Bird decided to seek influence from elsewhere, writing and recording Architect in its entirety after making a “lifestyle change” and relocating to Berlin.
Jenny Ní Ruiséíl probed deeper to discover what factors influenced the change and ultimately the inspiration for the album.
Jenny Ní Ruiséil: What prompted you to move to Berlin?
Living with Asperger's in college
Starting out at college is a tricky time for all people, no matter what your personality is like. However, when you have Asperger’s Syndrome as well, it does make it more difficult. I am a first year journalism student in DIT and can say that, without a doubt, my Asperger’s has made this transition trickier for me in comparison to most of my classmates.
Asperger's Syndrome, a developmental disorder, is an ASD (autism spectrum disorder). It impacts mainly on a person’s ability to communicate and socialize, as well as many other things.
San Fermin chat to campus.ie
San Fermin is the sonic brainchild of Brooklyn native Ellis Ludwig-Leone, whose approach to music is both refreshing and downright intelligent.
The band was born after Ludwig-Leone’s graduation from Yale. The word “eclectic” is thrown around a bit too often for my liking, but I will happily use it in this instance to describe San Fermin’s brilliant sound.
San Fermin is a circus of baroque and chamber pop, and both genres are traditionally interchangeable and audibly symbiotic, considering the classical and orchestral element.