Sigerson Cup Preliminary round: NUI Galway 4-12 Trinity College Dublin 1-07 Victory for NUI Galway never looked in doubt as they comfortably dispatched Trinity College Dublin by a margin of 14 points on a stereotypically cold and windy Wednesday afternoon in Dangan on 25 January. This victory now sets up a tricky first round away trip to Belfast to face St Mary’s on … [Read more...] about NUI Galway outclass Trinty in lopsided Sigerson opener
Archives for January 2017
This is the first installment of SIN's newest column 'Ill-informed', written by Jennifer O'Connor, a member of the Disability Support Services in NUI Galway. So many facets of life are described in terms of spectrums. A spectrum is thought of by many as a scale of progression describing colours, life stages and on occasion, disability, or illness. For those with such … [Read more...] about Ill-informed: The spectrum of understanding
According to data published by the World Bank, Ireland has fewer women represented in government than Sudan, Mozambique and Rwanda. Female representation in the Dail stands at a paltry 27%, despite women making up half of the population. On the face of it, there seems to be some insidious patriarchal conspiracy afoot, depriving roughly half of female politicians their right … [Read more...] about Gender gap in politics: Inherent structural bias or a gender divergence in life choices?
When I was twelve I asked Santa for new games for my Nintendo, a few CDs and whatever else was cool in 2010. My younger sister, who turns twelve in two months, recently asked Santa for Flawless foundation brushes, a dupe Kylie Jenner lip kit, a new case for her iPhone and vouchers for Boots so that she could buy even more makeup. I told her it was crazy that she wanted all this … [Read more...] about Insta-ready childhood?
Former NUI Galway student and Galway native Catherine Doyle (26) launched her third novel Mafiosa, in Easons on O’Connell Street on 13 January. Mafiosa is the third, and concluding work, in Doyle’s Blood for Blood trilogy. Vendetta, the first in the series, was published in 2015 and met huge success when it came out first. It was followed shortly after by the second … [Read more...] about Former NUIG student and Galway native launches third book