By Julia Tereno For many students, graduation has come and gone. Some people seem to have it all figured out, having decided on their career paths early on. However, sometimes for Arts students, it can be a bit trickier. The careers they wish to pursue aren’t always traditional, and it can be hard to know where to go after college. Claire Murphy, career advisor for … [Read more...] about I got my Arts degree, what’s next?
By Áine Kenny The University reduced the number of guests conferring students were allowed to invite to their graduation ceremonies this year, SIN has learned. This year, graduates were allowed to invite two guests. In previous years, students were given four tickets to hand out. Professor Pól Ó Dochartaigh, Registrar and Deputy - President of NUI Galway, explained … [Read more...] about “We invited Granny initially… but then we had to tell her she couldn’t come.” Conferring students only allowed two guests at their graduation
I'm the boy that graduated in high heels. Yes, him. I'm Ivan Fahy. I'm an androgynous model, a gender and LGBT activist, and a recent graduate of Psychology and Sociology & Politics. I decided to graduate in high heels simply because I wanted to and my graduation day was exactly that – mine – so I would exercise autonomy and decide by myself, for myself, what I would … [Read more...] about Breaking Tradition
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go through college while also looking after a baby? Jill Murray explains exactly what it's like... … [Read more...] about Parenting and College
NUI Galway recently held a graduation ceremony for the Suas Homework Club. Sarah-Jane Smith reports... … [Read more...] about NUI Galway hosts Suas Homework Club graduation ceremony