College Life

Third Level Students Stage Walkouts Due to Lack of Funding & High Fees

Third level students and staff across Ireland staged a number of campus walk outs to protest the lack of funding for higher level institutions last Thursday, March 21st. The “Fund the Future”

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

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

IT Sligo Vodafone X is coming for you!

Students of IT Sligo, 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

DCU Led Project Addressing Gender Imbalance in Entrepreneurial Sector Receives €1m in Funding

A Dublin City University (DCU) led consortium that is addressing the gender imbalance in the Entrepreneurial sector in Ireland, has been awarded nearly €1m in funding. The project is titled