Examinations 101

Exams start tomorrow and that means it is time to prepare. Here are a few tips on how to make sure you have everything you need for exams. What to bring to an exam: Your student card – there is a €25 fine if you do not have this on you for each exam Pens […]

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…

NUIG Prevail in League Decider

Sligo 5 – NUIG 14

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.

Derby day delight for NUIG-Corinthians

  NUIG-Corinthians 46 Galwegians 3 On a bitterly cold day, NUIG-Corinthians turned up the heat on their local rivals, Galwegians, with a thumping eight try victory at Cloonacauneen Road.

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.

NUIG Rugby 2013/14

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

GUMS plan ahead for this year’s production: The Drowsy Chaperone

GUMS is one of the biggest societies on campus and they have already started work on their new show, The Drowsle Chaperon. Freya Carroll of GUMS has more…

CAO Points Increase Significantly for Commerce and Science at NUI Galway

34 NUI Galway courses increase CAO points, 15 courses by more than 20 points…