While out enjoying a few pints over X-mas I was once again confronted with a guilty feeling like no other. Most students have experienced it by now: the guilt of going to wash your own hands without paying some man who stands in a toilet with lollipops to do it for you.
The government announced today that they are going to bring in legislation and regulations on abortion, with reference to the X Case.
So Ireland is ready, finally, to talk about stuff. And for a country in which condoms were still illegal until 1993, that “stuff” includes same-sex marriage, women working and free slaves…
Mitt Romney lost his cool yesterday when asked about his defeat in the presidential election.
Okay, so we’ve all been there. We’ve all been handed an essay title two months in advance, glanced at the date and gleefully shoved the page into the back of our notebooks, never to be found again. It’s the one essay we dismissed, claiming “Oh, that’s FOREVER away! I’ll pencil it in for next month.” When people talked about it, we scoffed and accused them of being far too future focused. It’s the one essay we didn’t need to fret about, didn’t even need to consider yet, let alone think [...]
Deciding which society to join in college can be difficult. There are just so many and it’s hard to figure out what most of them do. To make it easier for all of you, I’ve recommended the 5 best societies you can join to improve your social status and give you an increased sense of self-righteousness!
Many commuters found their mornings thrown into disarray when an Iarnrod Eireann train ran exactly to schedule. The train in question served all stops from Dublin Pearse to Maynooth at precisely the times stated on the timetable.
Civlisatin is colapsin. De end is nigh. Apoclypze is comin. Al dat alrmist nsense. Prhaps it rly is inevtble aftr al. The wrld is rpidly dummn dwn 2 de pnt wer we may sn 4get ow 2 do…..netin.
Dear Friends, I was in Dún Laoghaire earlier this week to announce 100 new jobs. It was one of those usual boring events. Company executives, enterprise chiefs and politicians. Some Lad makes a speech blah blah blah. Some woman makes a speech blah boring blah. The next thing I know someone is poking me in the side. “Not now Fionnuala”, says I, “I’ve had a busy day and I’ve got a bit of a headache”! “T-Shock, your speech” says my aide. It was a bit embarrassing. I told all assembled [...]
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