Month: November 2018
Stan Lee’s legacy will live on
Daniel Sloss brings brightness to dark topics
Referendum campaign for Palestinian solidarity announced after ambassadorial visit
Dublin City Council to buy 92 homes in Ballymun
Highlighting the Hypebeasts
From bumbags to graphic t-shirts, so many streetwear trends have been making a splash this year in both the catwalk and the high street, but none more so than the sneaker.
Elderly patients remaining in hospital instead of transferring to nursing homes
A large number of elderly patients are remaining in hospital instead of transferring to nursing homes they are eligible for, a new report has found.
Students applying for post-grad teaching course in DCU and others only need to do one Irish Oral
Changes have been made to Irish oral examinations in the four state-funded postgraduate primary school teaching courses in Ireland.
Girls just wanna have fun(damental workplace rights)
Irish Girl Guides invent sustainable water solutions with Lego
New whole-of-government strategy launched for children, young people and families
Ceolamharclannaíocht le Gaga
Is scannán é ‘A Star is Born’ do ghach uile duine, is cuma cé a théann in éineacht leat chun é a fheiceáil bainfidh tú taitneamh as.
USI aim to ‘ReCharge’ students’ mental health
Athlone IT draw on mental health for inspiration
Nappies, lullabies and lecture notes
The image of the typical student is associated with heavy books, overdue assignments, spontaneous nights out and little money.
Last call in most of the bars in Lausanne is at 10pm and unlike in Ireland where last call often means that you can stay in the pub for another hour or so, the Swiss don’t tolerate such practices. Bar staff will clear the place out within five minutes and hand you a plastic cup to pour the rest of your pint in.