USI submits proposal in support of marriage equality


The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) have come out strongly in favour of supporting equal access to marriage in Ireland. Jill Murray reports…

Is ‘sex’ a dirty word?

Is 'sex' still dirty to society?

We’re all aware of the news of SpunOut and it’s threesome tips, but one TD is unhappy about the article. Seán Dunne discusses society’s view on ‘sex’. Is it a dirty word…?

FETAC students taking over the fashion field

GTI students Sabrina Fallon, Fiona Bulfin, Aisling Kerr, and Claudia Taheny with their design boards ahead of last week's Irish Fashion Innovation Awards which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel Galway on Thursday March 28 2013. Photo: Andrew Downes.

Participation in the Fashion Innovation Awards will be a huge boost to a fashion career. Shannon Fahy reports…

Student elections, pro-choice position and political relevance


Students’ Union elections: how important are they? Frank Doherty discusses…

A day out for the Paddys

Chicago River is turned green for the occasion.

Paddy’s Day has passed us by but Joyce Fahy takes a look at what the Irish holiday and Paddys’ Day out means…

Nicola Furlong’s murderer convicted

DCU student, Nicola Furlong, who was murdered in Tokyo after attending a Nicki Minaj concert last year.

The murderer of DCU student Nicola Furlong was sentenced today. Áine O’Donnell reports…

New World Snooker Champion crowned in Galway

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The PTC Grand Final went down well in NUI Galway last week. Sean Dunne reports…

A Cry for Humanity

The World

Is our world doomed to inevitable failure, regression and disorder? In the following piece, Adam Loughnane discusses…

The Whales

The Whales

Earlier in the year, we held a creative writing competition. Roisin Kelly was the winner, with the following story…

A Portrait of the Artist: Sarah Clancy

Galway poet, Sarah Clancy

Every Tuesday at 11.30am on Flirt FM, James Falconer interviews a budding artist. From poets to musicians, James talks to them all. This week we have an interview with Galway poet, Sarah Clancy…