Sitting here, it’s hard to believe that a year ago, I was a ball of nerves. Pulling my hair out. Insomnia-riddled. Stressed. Waiting for Leaving Cert results has detrimental effects on a person’s mental and physical health, let me tell you that. The day before, I wasn’t worried about my results as a whole. Admittedly, in the months between the Mocks/Pres (whichever title your school bestowed upon them) I didn’t see the outside of my room unless I was going to school or coming home from school. I was, as [...]
About Aoife BennettJournalism student in DCU :) There are a lot of strange ideas floating around in my head, these are just the few that I allow to go public
This week sees the 25th anniversary of one of the ultimate chick flicks, Dirty Dancing. Released in 1987 and set in 1963, the film focuses on the forbidden relationship between Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman, a guest at the Kellerman’s resort, and Johnny Castle, the resort’s dance teacher.
Following a spectacular opening ceremony last night, the first gold in the London 2012 Olympics has been handed out.
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My name is Aoife Bennett, and I am a Disney addict. In the words of Dory, I’m glad I got that off my chest.
Yes, kids, it’s that time of year again. Pancakes eaten, we’re facing the toughest 40 days of our young lives (again): Lent. In the past, giving up sweets would suffice, because you were usually back swapping your pound coins for a bag of penny jellies and candy sticks by the next week but as semi-grown-ups just how do we tackle Lent now? What should we give up for ‘Arnold’? Eating crap We all said we’d do it in January. The world and its mother surfaced from the nightclub after ringing [...]
We’ve all seen the film, some of us watching it just to see Matthew McConaughy topless (“it happens in all of his films, it was bound to turn up here”). But, some of us may have taken a little more from the film than others. Some women find themselves in Andie’s situation time and time again. ‘How do I get rid of this guy without telling him I want out?!’ Well wonder no more, ladies. This is how you really lose a guy in ten days. WARNING: These tips may [...]
Sometimes the path to true love doesn’t run smoothly. Whether you’re searching tirelessly for your Prince Charming or on the lookout for a damsel in distress in need of rescuing, there can be a few speed bumps or detours on the way. To take your mind off the search, you might start the wrong kind of relationship with the wrong kind of people. So how do these ‘relationships’ take form? The ‘Friends With Benefits’ Scenario This type of relationship has become popularised due to the theatrical releases of No Strings Attached [...]
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