The downfall of Rugby in the Northern Hemisphere

The emphasis on club rugby in the northern hemisphere has led to the downfall of its international scene.

Please Talk combats mental illness on campuses across the country

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“Something had changed; it was as if I had lost something precious that I could never get back.”

My Alternative Football Championship

GAA football championship article

It has been common knowledge for some time now that the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, in its present form, is a joke. Although there are some genuine All-Ireland contenders in each province, some have a much easier route to glory than others. Take Kerry for instance. Every year they play a Munster Championship with five […]

“The University is all of us and we should back our university”

Quadrangle

Lit&Deb Soc holds Gender Equality Panel

Erika Fox honoured with lifetime membership by NUI Galway’s BizSoc

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Popular blogger shares her knowledge at NUI Galway event.

Rape and Consent: Number of reported rapes in Galway doubles in 12 months

Jenna Hodgins

Don’t walk home alone: how about we stop rape happening in the first place?

Being transgender, web comics and mini-muffins: a chat with cartoonist Sophie Labelle

AM3

It’s 12.40pm on Friday afternoon, and my editor Jess and I are brisk-walking into college from the Blackbox theatre car park after failing to find a spot amidst the university open day rush.

#RockTheRegister

#RockTheRegister

USI smash target of 10,000 registered student voters in 48 hours

Galway Mayor brands students as an “embarrassment” to the city

Frank Fahy

Galway City Mayor Cllr Frank Fahy recently described drunken students as an “embarrassment”, creating a negative image among visitors and tourists to the city – comments which have since generated criticism from NUI Galway’s Students’ Union.

8km to a better you

At the launch of the NUI Galway 8k (l-r): Brian King, Kingfisher Club; Dr Pat Morgan, VP for the Student Experience, NUI Galway; Justin McDermott, Jigsaw Galway; and Emer Kavanagh, Aerogen.

NUI Galway and Kingfisher Fitness Club announce details of annual 8km race in aid of Jigsaw