“It’s sunny?” asks the poor third-year who hasn’t been outside the library since early February. Yes, it’s a cruel trick of the Almighty to cast a tempting glow across blank A4 pads at this time of year. Advertisements
A robot designed by researchers at the University of Limerick has explored some of Ireland’s most famous shipwrecks.
Fionnula Flanagan charmed those attending her talk in the John Huston School of Film and Digital Media on Monday February 13. The diminutive actress was fresh from her success at that weekend’s IFTA awards where she had been honoured with … Continue reading
This article appeared on studentnews.ie on November 3 2011.
This article appeared in Sin on November 7 2011. The wolf is one of my favourite animals.
A great Irish writer who had since released another short story collection, Dark Lies The Island. This article appeared in Sin on October 25 2011. “James Joyce rewritten by the Rubberbandits” is how one blogger described Kevin Barry’s latest novel, City of Bohane. … Continue reading
All images by Tanja Goldbecher.
This article first appeared in Sin on October 10 2011. All photos by Tanja Goldbecher, 2011. Ireland’s first ever Slutwalk took place in NUI Galway on Wednesday 5 October. Despite the bad weather, there was an impressive turnout. The group made their … Continue reading
This was supposed to be part of a series of diaries, but like most of my series, I did never finish it, or even continue it. Some thoughts on moving to Galway. Appeared in Sin on September 26 2011. Do you remember … Continue reading