College Life

Study Finds that Leaving Cert Subject Choices Are the Main Reason for the Gender Gap in STEM

Subject choices play a huge role in why more male students choose to do STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) courses than female, according to a study published on March 6. The

TU Dublin Societies to Host Sustainable Fashion Show in Aid of St. Vincent de Paul

Fast fashion is a big issue in the world we live in, with online shopping making it easier than ever to purchase clothing on a whim. According to Global Fashion Agenda in 2017, the fashion

DKIT Vodafone X is coming for you!

Students of DKIT, do you like free coffee? Fancy a free power bank? Are you a sucker for a good deal? If so, you’re in for a treat. We’ve teamed up with Vodafone X to visit the campus on 28th

NUIG Vodafone X is coming for you!

Students of NUI Galway, do you like free coffee? Fancy a free power bank? Are you a sucker for a good deal? If so, you’re in for a treat. We’ve teamed up with Vodafone X to visit the campus on

UCD Vodafone X is coming for you!

Students of UCD, do you like free coffee? Fancy a free power bank? Are you a sucker for a good deal? If so, you’re in for a treat. We’ve teamed up with Vodafone X to visit the campus on 25th of

Decrease in Engineering Students Means There Won’t Be Enough Qualified Workers to Meet Ireland’s Future Needs

There has been a 55 per cent decrease in civil and building engineering graduates within the last five years, even with an increase in salaries and many job opportunities, according to the Irish