Virtual Reality: The evolution of gaming

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The announcement of the Oculus Rift’s shipping date early last month signals that the time of Virtual Reality (VR) gaming is upon us.

Corporation Clubs need to understand value of fans

The year is 1945 and people in London were just about getting back to normality after the brutality of the war years.

Students outraged as NUI Galway raises repeat fees by €100


Students who are looking at repeat exams in August this year have been hit hard with an increase in fees, following an announcement by the university last week.

Students with invisible disabilities demand to be seen

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Will the next Welfare Officer consider campaigning for those with invisible disabilities?

Kesha’s trial outcome a loss for victims of sexual abuse and workers’ rights

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On 19 February, Kesha Rose Sebert, better known by her stage name Ke$ha, lost her historic case against producer Dr Luke and record label Sony in the New York Supreme Court.

Time for Schmidt to turn on the style

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Over the last century, the Irish community have spread throughout the world like seeds from the emerald-tinted hopper. An anthology of stories have been collected and indeed fabricated during the course of their travels, many of which are still told upon high stools today.

NUI Galway Students’ Union to host General Election hustings for Galway West – South Mayo


  NUI Galway Students’ Union will be hosting a hustings for all Galway West – South Mayo candidates for the upcoming General Elections.

Annual Teddy Bear Hospital makes doctor visits more bearable for children


If you made your way down to Bailey Allen Hall last week, you were sure for a big surprise…