Lifestyle

Festival Style Guide

April 18, 2018

Festival season is only around the corner the only time we can cover ourselves in glitter even if we don’t have the weather, Clara Kelly tells us what to wear to insure we are sorted for this season

Lifestyle

Tips for travelling Thailand on a budget

November 29, 2017

Thailand is a popular summer holiday destination but can be hard to do on a student budget. Tess O’Connor shares some travel tips from her Thai travels.

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Summer’17 festival roundup

September 27, 2017

Electric Picnic in Stradbally Co. Laois was yet again another success with a wide variety of acts taking to the many stages across the weekend. The festival had something for every music fan, including Chaka

Lifestyle

Going the Long Distance

April 19, 2017

Life in long distance relationships can be hard work and this article offers advice on how to make it work especially over the summer months.

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Lifestyle

Different Dates

April 19, 2017

Dates don’t have to be just drinks and dinner, there are other options worth trying too. This article takes a look at some of the more alternative options out there such as swimming and watching sunsets.

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Music

Festival Line-ups

April 5, 2017

Summer 2017 is set to be an unforgettable festival extravaganza. It’s time to dust off your sunnies, buy some hunzo shorts in Penneys and grab a few Tesco cans. As festival season approaches more and

Lifestyle

Handling your first J1

April 20, 2016

Heading off to the States on a J1 is a rite of passage for most Irish students. In recent years more and more restrictions have been placed on the working visa and this year is

Lifestyle

Go west and wander

April 22, 2015

Glen Murphy explores the exciting and alluring county of Galway

Travel

Why you need to hit Cancun this Summer

March 25, 2015

It’s getting to that time of year now when our minds can’t help but wander to our Summer holidays, Megan Byrne tells you why you should visit Cancun this year.

Travel

Why booking a j1 is such a painful experience

March 25, 2015

Doing a J1 is easily one of the best decisions a young person can make, however it is possible that during the booking process you will deeply regret that decision. It is a hassle and this is what you should be prepared for.