College Life

UCC Award Scholarships To Seven Asylum Seekers and Refugees

Seven asylum seekers and refugees are set to receive scholarships to study at UCC, commencing September 2018. The college, which has now been designated University of Sanctuary status, will cover

Dublin and Cork Hold The Highest Number of Employed Graduates

Things are looking up for Irish university graduates, as 54% of last year’s graduates are currently employed in Ireland. According to a survey released by the Higher Education Authority today,

Parents' Anger Over TD's 'Sexting' Booklet In Schools

A parent of a 9-year-old child has expressed anger and disgust over the inclusion of a ‘sexting’ term glossary in primary schools. The glossary, which includes acronyms for terms such as

NUI Galway Study Reveals Attitudes Towards Teaching Religion in Ireland

The School of Education at NUI Galway has carried out the first ever study in Ireland that explores the religious affiliations and religiosity of applicants and entrants to undergraduate primary

Exams After Christmas: A Cruel and Unusual Form of Torture

Christmas is supposed to be a time of rest and relaxation for students after they finished up their first semester. Instead, for many, it’s a stressful time of missed study opportunities. Is

Kerry Babies' Cold Case Reopens - 34 Years Later

It was a case that horrified the nation – a new-born only days old was found washed up on a beach in south Kerry, stabbed and left for dead. For decades since he has been known as one of the