The Temple Café: A Social Enterprise making a difference in Galway

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An NUI Galway graduate has recently opened a new social enterprise café on Augustine Street in Galway. Sitting in the bright, airy Temple Café, I spoke with Sebastian Taylor about how the business operates.

Home is where the coffee is

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Where to get a good brew in Galway Galway is a place of intrigue but most importantly, coffee, with some of the best cafes hidden down side streets. It took me most of my first year aimlessly meandering to find some of these but they are worth the search. Here are some affordable student gems […]

Manage your mental health

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12 tips to look after your mental health

Whatever you do, don’t stand out

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Nobody wants too be seen as anything different than completely normal – even if normal means being rather stupid.

Annual Teddy Bear Hospital makes doctor visits more bearable for children

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If you made your way down to Bailey Allen Hall last week, you were sure for a big surprise…

January Mindfulness Classes for NUI Galway Students and Staff

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As part of NUI Galway’s ongoing journey to becoming a Mindful University, a day of free Mindfulness classes for students and staff will take place with Tibetan Monk NUI Galway will host a day of Mindfulness classes for staff and students on Tuesday, 19 January at the Aula Maxima Upper from 8:15 am to 6pm. […]

Erika Fox honoured with lifetime membership by NUI Galway’s BizSoc

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Popular blogger shares her knowledge at NUI Galway event.

Rape and Consent: Number of reported rapes in Galway doubles in 12 months

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Don’t walk home alone: how about we stop rape happening in the first place?

Galway Mayor brands students as an “embarrassment” to the city

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Galway City Mayor Cllr Frank Fahy recently described drunken students as an “embarrassment”, creating a negative image among visitors and tourists to the city – comments which have since generated criticism from NUI Galway’s Students’ Union.

Galway hosts its first Burlesque Festival

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Talent from all over Europe and beyond to grace the city’s stages