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  • Britain votes for Brexit

    Brexit will negatively affect New Graduates, says USI. In a result that has delivered shockwaves across these islands and beyond, with a record turnout of 71.8%, around 51.9% of voters in the United Kingdom have voted in favour of ending the country’s membership of the European Union. This is despite a majority of voters in… [Read more…]

    Britain votes for Brexit
  • #FreeKesha: An update on the singer’s story

    The ongoing legal battle between singer Kesha and music producer Dr. Luke gained worldwide attention on 22 February when Kesha was denied an injunction to terminate her contract with said producer Luke Gottwald, and Sony, amid claims of sexual, emotional, verbal, and physical abuse.

    #FreeKesha: An update on the singer’s story
  • The Temple Café: A Social Enterprise making a difference in Galway

    An NUI Galway graduate has recently opened a new social enterprise café on Augustine Street in Galway. Sitting in the bright, airy Temple Café, I spoke with Sebastian Taylor about how the business operates.

    The Temple Café: A Social Enterprise making a difference in Galway
  • Whatever you do, don’t stand out

    Nobody wants too be seen as anything different than completely normal – even if normal means being rather stupid.

    Whatever you do, don’t stand out
  • Do the text-obsessed need their own lane?

    US university introduces a separate lane for screen-obsessed pedestrians

    Do the text-obsessed need their own lane?

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Britain votes for Brexit

Brexit will negatively affect New Graduates, says USI. In a result that has delivered shockwaves across these islands and beyond, with a record turnout of 71.8%, around 51.9% of voters in the United Kingdom have voted in favour of ending the country’s membership of the European Union. This is despite a majority of voters in […]

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The Temple Café: A Social Enterprise making a difference in Galway

An NUI Galway graduate has recently opened a new social enterprise café on Augustine Street in Galway. Sitting in the bright, airy Temple Café, I spoke with Sebastian Taylor about how the business operates.

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#FreeKesha: An update on the singer’s story

The ongoing legal battle between singer Kesha and music producer Dr. Luke gained worldwide attention on 22 February when Kesha was denied an injunction to terminate her contract with said producer Luke Gottwald, and Sony, amid claims of sexual, emotional, verbal, and physical abuse.

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The greatest works of Yeats in the west

Yeats and the West exhibition is open until December

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January Mindfulness Classes for NUI Galway Students and Staff

As part of NUI Galway’s ongoing journey to becoming a Mindful University, a day of free Mindfulness classes for students and staff will take place with Tibetan Monk NUI Galway will host a day of Mindfulness classes for staff and students on Tuesday, 19 January at the Aula Maxima Upper from 8:15 am to 6pm. […]

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Home is where the coffee is

Where do get a good brew in Galway Galway is a place of intrigue but most importantly, coffee, with some of the best cafes hidden down side streets. It took me most of my first year aimlessly meandering to find some of these but they are worth the search. Here are some affordable student gems […]

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United loses some of her zeal as suitors look elsewhere

We all know of someone for which the tide of time has not been kind.  It may have been a neighbour, a friend, that first girlfriend you fell hopelessly head-over-heels in love with.  The heart fluttered on eye-contact.

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Britain votes for Brexit

Brexit will negatively affect New Graduates, says USI. In a result that has delivered shockwaves across these islands and beyond, with a record turnout of 71.8%, around 51.9% of voters in the United Kingdom have voted in favour of ending the country’s membership of the European Union. This is despite a majority of … [Read More...]

United loses some of her zeal as suitors look elsewhere

We all know of someone for which the tide of time has not been kind.  It may have been a neighbour, a friend, that first girlfriend you fell hopelessly head-over-heels in love with.  The heart fluttered on eye-contact. … [Read More...]

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#FreeKesha: An update on the singer’s story

The ongoing legal battle between singer Kesha and music producer Dr. Luke gained worldwide attention on 22 February when Kesha was denied an injunction to terminate her contract with said producer Luke Gottwald, and Sony, amid claims of sexual, emotional, verbal, and physical abuse. … [Read More...]

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Conscience of a King: An interview with Derbhle Crotty

Still basking in her victory in the Best Actress category at the Irish Times Derbhle Crotty brings all the energy and life to her conversation that she does to the characters she portrays on stage. … [Read More...]

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No Man’s Sky release date announced

After months of speculation, perhaps the most anticipated new PlayStation 4 title of 2016 has been given the release date of 21 June. … [Read More...]

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The Temple Café: A Social Enterprise making a difference in Galway

An NUI Galway graduate has recently opened a new social enterprise café on Augustine Street in Galway. Sitting in the bright, airy Temple Café, I spoke with Sebastian Taylor about how the business operates. … [Read More...]

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The hidden reality of invisible illnesses

Recently, one Sin writer witnessed a student getting scolded for waiting to use the toilets catered for disabilities. Her reply was that she has a disability and it had nothing to do with them. … [Read More...]