By Anne Rieger It is almost the end of the semester, we made it! I had the most amazing experience so far due to this great university, beautiful place and the awesome people I met here. Even though I can’t wait to get back in the new year to begin my second Erasmus semester I also can’t wait to drive home for Christmas (I am actually flying home, but I’m already in full … [Read more...] about Erasmus Diaries: Desperately seeking schupfnudeln
By Darren Casserly With the semester coming to an end and exams unfortunately around the corner, it seems like a great time to distract ourselves with Christmas. I like Christmas, but I’m not the kind of person who’ll put up their tree right after Halloween. Even now it feels strange writing this in early November but it’s the last issue before Christmas, and everyone loves … [Read more...] about First year diaries: Christmas cheer and exam fear
By Aileen O’Leary Welcome to the last instalment of the Final Year Diaries 2018! I will be back next semester for more insights into final year life, but for now, I’ll be signing off until our next issue in a few weeks’ time. I am a little sad that we’ve reached our last issue for the semester, but it also means a much needed break is right around the corner, right after … [Read more...] about Final Year Diaries: It’s beginning to look a lot like exam season
Le Quinton Beck Bail ó Dhia oraibh, a lucht léite dhílis. Nach bhfuil muid go léir ag súil go mór leis na Toghcháin Eorpacha (toghchán Fheisirí Pharlaimint na hEorpa) atá socruithe don 23 - 26 Bealtaine 2019? Tá neart comhrá faoi le cloisteáil go fóill—go háirithe scéalta chailleach an uafáis maidir le teacht i dtreise na bpáirtithe náisiúnaíocha Eoraiscepteacha agus … [Read more...] about Fáilte roimh an gcéad Spitzenkandidat eile!
By Aileen O’Leary Sundays, the dreariest of days if you’re returning to college. Sundays are for sleeping in late, and having dinner before starting the long commute back to college. For most of us, this commute can start anywhere between four pm and six pm, and can take between four and six hours. Somewhere along the way you find yourself plugging in to music on the bus, … [Read more...] about Final year diaries: Commutes and chaos