Are you a Woman In Total Control of Herself? It’s that time of the year again, and as a woman serious about my education I believe that we can all benefit from some organisation to keep on track with piling coursework and study. Having been in school for most of my life at this stage, I have gained some valuable insight on how to balance schoolwork and having a personal … [Read more...] about Fellow W.I.T.C.Hs… it’s time to conjure a perfect balance
“Honey is not the only thing the new Winnie the Pooh is after anymore” A childhood memory of eating cookies with your favourite glass of juice and watching Winnie the Pooh is slowly being destroyed at the hands of newly-found nightmare, which sees two beloved Hundred Acre Wood residents being transformed into wild murderers. When characters or people undergo a … [Read more...] about Oh bother….
A café is multifaceted. Serving many occasions, people, and encounters, this is a place of sanction that is truly all encompassing. As a student in university, I find a certain solace in the construct of a café. Here is a place you can sit and think, or where you can just sit. Since moving to Galway I’ve made it a mission to seek out each and every coffee shop, almost as if … [Read more...] about What’s the Tea
In August 2019 when Sinéad Flanagan won the Rose of Tralee, little did she know she’d become the longest serving Rose of all time due to a global pandemic. Sinéad handed back her crown at the recent festival before returning to Boston to further her medical career. Tell me a bit about yourself, where you grew up & your family background. I grew up in Mungret in … [Read more...] about Dylan Meets: Sinéad Flanagan, Rose of Tralee
Students go sustainable How many times have you said "no" to an organic, local-based diet only because you thought it was out of your student budget? Students are probably the most determined to fight for a sustainable world and to tackle the environmental crisis at all costs. But when it comes to food, student budget seems unavoidably linked to a cheap, low quality … [Read more...] about Eating local produce is sustainable for the environment and your pockets