Maximo Park have announced a headline show in Whelan's on February 28, and you could win tickets to see the boys in action!
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The return early next year with their fifth album, Too Much Information.
9 weird fears and phobias
We all have that one fear, the thing that scares us more than anything else in the world. For a lot of us it’s something along the lines of heights, death, losing loved ones.
For others, however, their irrational fear can a bit more far-fetched. Here are nine weird phobias.
1. Aquaphobia – fear of water (or being near water)
The silent disease: Living with epilepsy as a student
Have you ever had to worry about not having any control over your own body? For those who suffer from epilepsy, this fear is a reality.
According to the figures from The Irish Epilepsy Association, about 40,000 people in Ireland suffer from the condition – to add to that, there are an estimated 70 to 80 epilepsy deaths every year. Epilepsy is often referred to as a ‘silent disease’, as it lives in an individual without anyone knowing about the anguish that it causes.
"Live is best": Hermitage Green talk to Campus.ie
For the last two years, Irish band Hermitage Green have been touring extensively, with a schedule that has seen them play over 500 gigs, which included two dates at Whelan’s, where the band recorded a live album.
In a brief chat with Campus.ie, Hermitage Green’s banjo and djembe player Darragh Graham talks about the new album, the band’s strangest gig, influences and appearing on RTÉ’s Second Captains TV show.
'Anchorman 2': Will it "stay classy" or become "a bad choice"?
News that a sequel to the popular comedy movie Anchorman was in the works has left fans across the globe jittery with anticipation. But as the media and publicity hype surrounds Anchorman 2, the fear has set in that maybe the sequel won’t be as good as we hope it will be.
As a media student, Anchorman is comedy gold for any aspiring journalist. Even for working journalists, the movie has prompted newsreaders across the world to attempt witty broadcasts dressed as Ron Burgundy.
Labour men asked to promise not to appear on all-male panels
At last weekend's Labour Party Conference, male party members were asked to take a pledge not to appear in the media on an all male panel.
The campaign organised by 'Labour Women' is a response to a groundswell in calls for greater gender balance across all areas of Irish public life according to Billie Sparks, Labour's Women and Equality Officer.
10 children's games that could pass as drinking games
Ah, life as a kid was so much easier. No responsibility, somebody always made your dinner, and your biggest stress was guaranteed to be that your bedtime was earlier than all of your friends'.
These days, things are a little less carefree, but here are a few handy games to bring back that childish sense of (now-alcohol-fuelled) glee.
Government responds to We’re Not Leaving with "Yes You F**king Are"
The Government has today unveiled its strategy to deal with We’re Not Leaving, a group set up to mobilise and organise young people in Ireland in response to their systematic marginalisation by the state.
The Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced the “Yes You F**king Are” initiative today to rapturous applause from the gathered Tánaiste. The policy’s aim was, to quote the Taoiseach, “to show the little bollockses who’s boss”.
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New comedy TV show features former Campus.ie sports editor
RTÉ’s much lauded comedy department is set to launch new show, Foul Play early next month.
The show will be hosted by Aidan Power (your man from The Den and The Café) and will feature several of Ireland’s finest sports stars including Cian Healey and Kenneth Egan.
Think Punk’d meets The Sunday Game as the sports stars get pranked and put in awkward situations by the show’s resident pranksters.