College Life

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

Tragedy In Dundalk - Who Is To Blame?

On the morning of the 3rd of January, three people were brutally attacked while minding their own business and walking around the town of Dundalk. A Japanese man, Yosuke Sasaki was stabbed and killed

Trump's Tweets, Muslims & North Korea

North Korea are claiming that their most recently tested intercontinental ballistic missile can now strike anywhere in The United States. It is the most powerful of the 20 ICBMs North Korea test

Zimbabwe and The Chance For Improvement

The recent bloodless military coup of Zimbabwe differs from the near continuous coups (over 200) that the continent has suffered since decolonization in the late fifties. This coup has seen no

How A Medically Supervised Injecting Centre Will Reduce Street Based Injecting In Dublin City Centre

Dublin is to have its first Medically Supervised Injecting Centre in 2018. The pilot service will be established to respond to Dublin’s significant street based injecting problem. At a conservative

ULSU In Support of PrEP

A campaign for ULSU to campaign in favour of access to a preventive HIV medication was passed by the students’ council on Wednesday. PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) is a HIV preventative medication