Annual Teddy Bear Hospital makes doctor visits more bearable for children

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

Lit & Deb hosts social media panel featuring Suey Park

Over the last decade social media has revolutionised our work, education, personal relationships, and even activism.

Giving up on Giving

Well, Unofficial RAG Week (Raising And Giving Week) has come and gone, but one question still remains; is NUI Galway’s ban on the widely observed party-week a case of cutting off one’s nose to spite its face? Since NUIG’s ban on the eventful charity-fundraising week back in 2011, many believe that the only changes to […]

Academic Writing Centre Competition

The deadline for the Academic Writing Centre’s competition for academic writing is fast approaching. The prize is an Apple iPad2. So, it’s time to get writing. The AWC aims to facilitate students in writing better essays. Their core service is one-on-one help with academic writing which is staffed by tutors who are currently pursuing postgraduate […]

NUIG women claim Kay Bowen Trophy

NUIG women travelled to UCD for the 2nd annual IURU Intervarsity Kay Bowen Cup competition on Saturday. The Connacht side took on University College Dublin, University College Cork and last year’s winners Trinity College Dublin in the pool stages and met Trinity again in the final. All ties were 20 minutes.

Art on Campus

NUI Galway will open two art exhibitions in the next week. Karen McDonnell reports…

iRocks Battle of the Bands at Galway’s Monroe’s Live

iRocks battle of bands is back in town with an exciting line up set to battle it out in Monroe’s Live. Lisa Penski has more…

NUIG’s Got Talent 2013

The final round of NUIG’s Got Talent is nearing and Sin’s very own GUMS correspondent, Freya Carroll has the story…

NUIG Rugby 2013/14

Stephen Swyer discusses NUI Galway’s men’s rugby team, their successes and what’s in store this season…

International Students Embrace Galway

NUI Galway welcomes large numbers of international students every year, and as Pamela Bump found out, this year is no different…