By Cóilí Collins Cóilí/Shampain is a resident DJ in Electric nightclub, former electronic music editor of District Magazine, contributor to District and Four Four magazines, former resident DJ of Hangar, and has written for Mixmag and worked on Rinse France. It’s inevitable that once you start something new, people are going to be curious as to how you go about doing it, … [Read more...] about Soundtrack to Sobriety with Shampain: The Art of DJing
This year the Taekwondo World Championships were hosted by TAGB (Taekwondo Great Britain) in the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham. The competition brought in thousands of the best competitors from over 20 countries, with some coming from as far as Australia and the USA. A few students from NUI Galway had the privilege of being chosen by the TKDI (Taekwondo Ireland) to … [Read more...] about Club spotlight: NUI Galway Taekwondo takes on the world at TI World Championships in Birmingham
By Conor Brummell Exam time can be a stressful period in any college student’s life. Many people, due to personal circumstances, a heavy workload or sickness have to defer exams at the end of the year. That, or possibly just the fact that some students are unfortunate on the day in question and fail their exams, leaves students having to repeat an exam in a resit held in … [Read more...] about Repeat exam fees: adding punishment to pain?
Recreating your favourite star’s boujie lifestyle on a budget! By Amy McMahon Zendaya; you know you’ve made it when you only use one name. Showing her many talents from a young age, she made her debut on the Disney Channel show Shake It Up with Bella Thorne in 2010. Barely in her early twenties, Zendaya is already a household name with 52.7 million followers on … [Read more...] about Living her best life: Zendaya
By Anne Rieger What a week. The first week of college is always exciting, no matter what year or what course you are in. There are always new faces and everything is unknown territory. NUI Galway lifted that to a whole new level for me. Picking my courses on my own, making sure they don't clash on my timetable, finding out what I need and finding the rooms in this … [Read more...] about Erasmus Diaries: “Just to find your timetable as an international student seems to require a PhD”