By Ameya Godse “There is no substitute for hard work.” - Thomas Edison. Often being accredited as one of the greatest inventors and scientists of his time, Edison’s quotation on hard work has become immortal in the pages of inspiration. The largest crowds to draw an inspiration from this quote are the college youth. It is quite customary amongst a majority of the students … [Read more...] about Opinion: Hard work vs talent: what is the mantra for success?
By Mark Lynch When players in most sports get to their mid/late 30s, especially in high – octane sports, they tend to notice their own body not performing the way their brain wants it to, or the way it used to. The internal realisation that you’re not performing to the standard you were before is tough to deal with, but what can be tougher is the external reaction. While … [Read more...] about Sport – no country for old men?
By Julia Tereno When I was taking my undergrad course, I used to picture myself in the future as a sophisticated adult; a professional woman walking around in high heels, living in a nice apartment in the city and with a steady job. In my head, the switch to adulthood would suddenly turn itself on, and grown up life would begin, just like that. I didn’t even think what … [Read more...] about The final year career crisis is real, but you are not alone
By Catherine Taylor It’s the most fabulous time of the year! That’s right ladies, Christmas is coming and given the sequins, tassels and furs gracing the catwalks, it’s sure to be a glamorous affair. Seasonal fashion, an ever - evolving entity, is just full of surprises for winter 2018. Gone are the traditional Christmas colour palettes of old, consisting mostly of reds, … [Read more...] about Winter trend spotlight: brighter, bolder, bougier
By Rachel Garvey A class representative has a huge responsibility; they are the voice of their class. Second year Law class representative Eimear Spain gave SIN an insight into the responsibilities of a class rep. “I ran for class rep because I thought it would be a brilliant way to get to know my class and I also loved getting involved and helping others,” she … [Read more...] about A friend in the crowd