Every student dog owner has been there at least once. You’re getting your possessions together on a Sunday evening for the journey back to Galway. In the midst of grabbing your washing, getting a few frozen dinners from Mammy and finishing off an essay due the following day before heading out the door, you do the unforgiveable: you forget to say goodbye to your dog. A terrible … [Read more...] about How to get your dog fix in college
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) last week praised third level institutes across Ireland for introducing consent classes for students, with which the main aim is to normalise speech around consent and encourage people to know their rights around bodily autonomy. As USI launches their 2016 Sexual Health and Guidance (SHAG) week, they are encouraging more colleges across … [Read more...] about USI praise Irish universities for continuation of consent education
Where to get a good brew in Galway Galway is a place of intrigue but most importantly, coffee, with some of the best cafes hidden down side streets. It took me most of my first year aimlessly meandering to find some of these but they are worth the search. Here are some affordable student gems definitely worth checking out. Jungle Café Located between the train … [Read more...] about Home is where the coffee is
US university introduces a separate lane for screen-obsessed pedestrians … [Read more...] about Do the text-obsessed need their own lane?
Documentary entitled The Hunting Ground exposes levels of sexual assault on US campuses. … [Read more...] about Campus Sexual Assault among US university students: are there European parallels?