By Olivia Hanna “It’s about accepting yourself, and when you accept yourself and you put exactly who you are out there, letting everyone judge you for exactly who you are, that is [being] vulnerable. But it’s also like, the best thing you can do,” says 21-year-old Molly Roberts, a.k.a. Mollerina, about her experience on Youtube and Instagram. Molly is from Claremorris, … [Read more...] about Building her empire: Meet Mollerina
By Olivia Hanna Daniel McFadden, a third year Computer Science student, hailing from Philadelphia, USA spoke to SIN about the trials and tribulations of the role. “The most rewarding part of my role is meeting other international students and seeing their time abroad positively impact them. It’s always wonderful to see students achieve travel dreams, or connect with … [Read more...] about Daniel McFadden, SU International Officer says international students’ accommodation woes need to be tackled
By Olivia Hanna It’s no secret that petite pop sensation Ariana Grande has had a wild ride in the limelight. Years ago she came under fire for licking donuts in a shop and saying she “hates America,” her concert in Manchester was the target of a deadly terrorist attack in 2017, her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, passed away from drug misuse and her whirlwind engagement … [Read more...] about She wants it, she gets it: Ariana Grande shows no signs of slowing down
By Olivia Hanna The first I ever travelled alone was to London. I had been there once before with family, but on my own I was going to the city through a very different lens. I booked my hostel dorm (a co-ed room for four people), booked my flight on none other than Ryan Air, packed my bags, and jetted off. I arrived in London in the dead of night both a little excited … [Read more...] about Solo travel: it’s good for the soul
By Olivia Hanna With the start of my final semester my mind has turned both to maintaining my good grades and to life after final exams. At the end of May, I, and my fellow classmates, will be going from undergrads to unemployed: a prospect I don’t think anyone is taking lightly. On 29 January I had a few hours in between lectures so I wandered down the Bailey Allen … [Read more...] about Opinion: I studied arts, now what?