Written by Nina Deacon It was recently reported that thousands of Irish women had their sexual and intimate images, along with personal details leaked online without their consent. This occurred after a victims’ support group uncovered nearly 140,000 stolen images from women online. It is believed that Irish women were targeted,as shockingly there is no law against … [Read more...] about The Blame Game
By Donagh Broderick David Goggins should have been just another unfortunate statistic in our society. Abusive father, single mother, learning disabilities, apathetic teachers in poor rural schools, a pregnant girlfriend, an African American who experienced racism first-hand growing up in Brazil, Indiana. Later in life he would be diagnosed with the sickle cell … [Read more...] about Unlocking your full potential and refusing to cruise by at forty percent-Lessons can be learned from Ultra-Runner David Goggins
By Fiona Lee With the new restrictions being put in motion this week, all of us will struggle in our own way. There isn’t a soul who won’t be affected by this lockdown to some degree, and going into the wintery festive months, it just feels that bit harder than before. SIN wants to reach out to its fellow students, Galwegians and our readers nationwide to remind you all … [Read more...] about You’re Never Alone – Here’s who to call when you’re struggling in lockdown
By Conor Brummell @ConorBrummell You heard that right- Flirt Fm turns 25 on Monday the 28th of September. The NUI Galway campus and community radio station has faced a tough year- among other things, the Coronavirus pandemic has meant that the Flirt Fm team has been unable to access their studios since the nationwide lockdown in March. Nevertheless, the station will … [Read more...] about Sound of Silver: Twenty-Five-hour broadcast to celebrate Twenty-Five Years of Flirt FM
By Alice O’ Donnell You know Easter is approaching when supermarket isles are groaning under a mountain of chocolate eggs. For those who observe Lent, Easter Sunday is the long-awaited day when you can finally eat those forbidden treats you’ve been stashing away for the past 40 days. For those who aren’t religious, Easter marks a day where you can sit with family, relax and … [Read more...] about Opinion: Easter Eggs – are they really that bad for you?