View this post on Instagram Another men’s fashion week, another @off____white collection with cherry picked references from indie streetwear labels? This time, the designs in question are a yellow graffitied ensemble from Cologne-based @colrsbaby by @punkzec , who showed his AW18 collection at … [Read more...] about ‘Diet Prada’ and the need to protect novice designers
By Martha Brennan The Minister for Education has announced the addition of an extra €1 million in financial aid for student teachers. The money is being allocated to the Student Assistance Fund, which gives funding to students completing professional Masters of Education courses. The Fund helps student teachers who are struggling with the cost of tuition fees and … [Read more...] about Student teachers to benefit from more government aid
By Martha Brennan A NUI Galway based spin-out company announced the launch of a pioneering treatment for atrial fibrillation late last month. The heart condition, commonly referred to as AFib, affects millions of patients across the globe and can be difficult to treat. Galway based start-up AtriAN Medical, however, are now hoping to change patient outcomes worldwide with … [Read more...] about NUI Galway spin-out launches innovative treatment for atrial fibrillation
By Martha Brennan The USI are encouraging women to take the lead this month, by organising a national seminar aimed at empowering females to take on student leadership roles. The USI, or the Union of Students in Ireland, is the national representative body for the country’s Students’ Unions, representing over 370,000 students nationwide. The ‘Women in Leadership’ … [Read more...] about Women to take the lead in USI seminar this month
By Martha Brennan Following the news that the IRFU would provide mandatory consent classes to all professional players, Cliona Sadlier of the Rape Crisis Network told The Irish Independent; “You need a whole hierarchy to take responsibility, it has to go all the way up and down; you can’t just land it on the players because they are just products of that system.” Sadlier … [Read more...] about Should Irish universities follow the IRFU’s lead and provide consent classes for college athletes?