By Kaylen Blanchier This week, production officer Claudia Nussbaumer takes us behind the scenes of one of the biggest societies in NUI Galway: Film Soc. Cameras are rolling, cue to the society spotlight. With more than 600 students signed up at this year’s Societies Day, Film Soc has grown more and more over the past five years, so much so as to become one of the most … [Read more...] about Quiet on set! Film Society Spotlight
By Darren Casserly It’s mad to think that this time next month we’ll have Christmas exams. It feels like only yesterday I was in the Bailey Allen Hall listening to the President of the University address us. People told me before the start of the year that I better enjoy my time here because it flies by, and I have to say they were right, the last couple of months have gone … [Read more...] about First year diaries: Striking that college/life balance
Le Quinton Beck Bail ó Dhia oraibh, a lucht léite dhílis. Seo hé an dara halt anois i sraith reatha ina leanfar polaitíocht na hEorpa agus ina bpléifear ábhar amháin suntais i gcoinne na coicíse. Eisíodh an 23 Deireadh Fómhair 2018 Clár Oibre an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh don bhliain 2019. I measc na mbeartas agus na dtosaíochtaí polaitiúla eile a léiríodh sa Chlár Oibre nua … [Read more...] about Vótáil tromlaigh cháilithe i gcúrsaí cánach sa CE?
On Saturday 20 October, two members from NUI Galway Taekwondo club, Agata Rzeznik and Nathan Deane-Huggins, went to Cork to compete in the Redking Rumble tournament. The two competitors managed to walk away with three medals between them, with Agata getting bronze in the senior female colour belt division and Nathan winning bronze in senior male colour belt sparring. On … [Read more...] about Success for NUI Galway Taekwondo at Redking Rumble and Connacht Championship
By Cathriona M Coleman A recent survey published in the Connacht Tribune shows that 1 in 3 students are commuting to college in Galway. The survey was carried out with students of NUI Galway and Galway - Mayo Institute of Technology. According to the survey, roughly 31 per cent of students are commuting to college in Galway this year. SIN spoke with a number of … [Read more...] about 1 in 3 Galway students commuting to college this year