Kesha’s trial outcome a loss for victims of sexual abuse and workers’ rights

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On 19 February, Kesha Rose Sebert, better known by her stage name Ke$ha, lost her historic case against producer Dr Luke and record label Sony in the New York Supreme Court.

NUI Galway Students’ Union to host General Election hustings for Galway West – South Mayo


  NUI Galway Students’ Union will be hosting a hustings for all Galway West – South Mayo candidates for the upcoming General Elections.

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…

January Mindfulness Classes for NUI Galway Students and Staff


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. […]

Remains of NUI Galway student Michael Bugler found following three week search

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Both Galway and Clare communities have been left mourning as the body of Michael Bugler (20) was recovered last Thursday.

“The University is all of us and we should back our university”


Lit&Deb Soc holds Gender Equality Panel

8km to a better you

At the launch of the NUI Galway 8k (l-r): Brian King, Kingfisher Club; Dr Pat Morgan, VP for the Student Experience, NUI Galway; Justin McDermott, Jigsaw Galway; and Emer Kavanagh, Aerogen.

NUI Galway and Kingfisher Fitness Club announce details of annual 8km race in aid of Jigsaw

NUI Galway Society in Focus: You can dance, you can jive

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DanSoc invites students and alumni to put on your dancing shoes

Francis Cronin: From NUI Galway ‘Tent Boy’ to LA Star

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Former NUI Galway student talks to Sin about college, camping and comedy

Be Brave, Be You!

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GigSoc reaches thousands with new Mental Health campaign.