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Through My Eyes

Fishing for the truth

October 23, 2013

One student talks about their run in with catfishing, where anonymous users online pretend to be someone else entirely.

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Student Life

Coursing through

October 23, 2013

What happens to the students who don’t find the course of their dreams? The College View finds out.

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News Features

The privacy policy

October 23, 2013

Facebook has changed its privacy policy, but just how private was it before?

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Features

On the brink of starvation

October 23, 2013

You may be short of money, but some students literally cannot afford food. A look at some students who are being pushed to the edge.

Student Life

The race to rent

October 9, 2013

How students are coping as the cost of renting increases

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Student Life

Surviving college: the ultimate guide

October 9, 2013

It’s that time of year. You’ve just started college. You need help. Time to bunker down and check out The College View’s comprehensive college survival guide

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Laughing Through Life

Laughter is the best medicine

April 24, 2013

Is laughter the best medicine? Maybe not as good as morphine, but close. Eve Kerton gives her expert opinion.

Randoms

Money matters: from cattle to coins

March 29, 2013

Abba told us that money must be funny in a rich man’s world. But money isn’t all that funny. Abba was wrong. The Swedish lied to us. The definition of money is “anything accepted by

Laughing Through Life

Getting the foot in the door

March 29, 2013

You’ve got it, finally. That elusive piece of paper you’ve been working towards for the last three or four years – well, for some it could take the guts of a decade. The days of

Through My Eyes

Through My Eyes: The crash

March 28, 2013

Two days before Christmas I wake up to this Facebook message from my boyfriend’s sister: “Have you heard?” These words caused the bottom of my world to drop off. It was one of those things

Laughing Through Life

DESIGNED – A system that would drive you insane

March 28, 2013

It was a damp, muggy evening in an industrial estate typical of recessionary Ireland. Along the black vastness of an empty car park, a small, blue Fiat carefully careened its way around corners and abandoned