By Rachel Garvey Anime lovers in NUI Galway are in for a treat with the Anime Society. SIN spoke with auditor Paul O’ Connor and was given an insight to what the society entails. “We watch Anime twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays,” Paul told SIN. “We show the first six episodes of different shows, I like to give everyone introductions and then let them do their own … [Read more...] about If you like Anime, we will accept you
There’s so much to do and be a part of on campus at NUI Galway, it’s nearly impossible to keep track of it all. One of the many, many talented societies on campus GUMS, the university’s musical society, held auditions recently for their production of The Producers in February. SIN got a glimpse of all the action when we headed to the society’s first singing rehearsals last … [Read more...] about Meeting the guys and dolls of GUMS
Efforts made by students from the Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Society of NUI Galway, and Students’ Union President Jimmy McGovern late last semester to commit NUI Galway to divestment of its €3.4 million worth of fossil fuel shares have been met with support from NUI Galway President Dr James Browne. “It is important for students to consider their … [Read more...] about Eco Efforts: Motion for full divestment of fossil fuels by NUI Galway expected early this year
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We're all aware of the news of SpunOut and it's threesome tips, but one TD is unhappy about the article. Seán Dunne discusses society's view on 'sex'. Is it a dirty word...? … [Read more...] about Is ‘sex’ a dirty word?