It’s the countdown to summer and for the unfortunate few in sixth year it also means the count down to the Leaving Cert. Students are rigorously filling out CAO application forms while attempting to memorise as much information as humanely possible for the dreaded LC and considering possible Irish college courses to take next year.
Voice of Ireland judge and former ‘Blizzards’ frontman Niall Breslin has been slammed for his recent comments calling for the legalisation of cannabis.
Cyber bullying is an issue that is continuing to command headlines across the country. Research last month revealed that incidents of cyber bullying among teenagers in Ireland are among the highest in Europe and USI has recently launched the “Think Before You Type” campaign.
No reminder is needed of how tough times are right now. You are a student and you have maybe 10 or 20 lecture hours a week and you need to study that amount again? Well, here is the bad news: it’s tougher out in the working world. And before you get to the working world, you need to navigate the jobs market!
Delegates who called for the recent Union of Students in Ireland (USI) membership referendum to be declared null and void at the USI Congress 2013 in Co. Galway have been shot down.
A Fine Gael TD recently said she will speak to Health Minister James Reilly about a website, SpunOut.ie, which she says gives “very worrying” advice to teenagers about threesomes.
When I woke up this morning I was pretty excited about writing up my first recipe for the Cooking up a Storm series. I got up early, rushed out to Tesco, got my ingredients, went to pay and had my card declined. Skint again after a party-filled weekend and no money till tomorrow, I came home feeling defeated. I opened the fridge and the cupboards and was angered that my bank balance had busted my fun once again.
As students, we are forever trying to seem mature and beyond our years. Whether it’s about getting into nightclubs or proving to our parents that we’re responsable while living away from home, we try to strive for maturity. So, why is it that when St. Patrick’s Day rolls around, we all revert back to our childhood?
An event organised by members of an Islamic society (Islam Education and Research Academy) caused major controversy this week during a talk given by an American Atheist and Scientist, Lawrence Krauss, along with Greek Islamic convert Hamza Andreas Tzortis. The subject matter of the day was the debate of ‘Islam v Atheism: Which makes more sense?’
Ever wondered if sex had more benefits than just the pleasurable experience? A correlation between happiness and sex has been highly publicised in recent years, but new research is suggesting that regular sex can increase your brain power.
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