Many will recognize him for his role as Nidge in that (quite) popular RTÉ gangland drama, and he is an exceptional actor of both stage and screen. Tom Vaughan-Lawlor sits down with Shane Hannon to discuss Love/Hate, honing his craft and the magic of the theatre. (more…)...
A potential Socialist Party society were denied society status following the latest Academic Council’s Society Recognition Committee meeting on October 10th. As of going to print, no formal reasoning has been given for the society’s rejection. The lack of formal recognition by this committee mea...
UCDSU Launch Comedy Festival UCD Students’ Union (UCDSU) has announced the launch of the UCD Comedy Festival 2014. The three day festival, which will take place in Astra Hall on 4th, 5th and 6th November, will see comedians such as Des Bishop, Bernard O’Shea and Karl Spain perform gigs on the...
University of Zimbabwe Bans Kissing on Campus Authorities from the University of Zimbabwe have introduced a new code of conduct for students staying in its halls of residence. The eleven point code, announced two weeks ago, includes rules such as the prohibition of students from bringing members of...
Waterford IT pulls out of merger with IT Carlow Waterford Institute of Technology has pulled out of negotiations to merge with IT Carlow. The move comes one week after the two colleges signed a memorandum of agreement affirming their commitment to the process. Waterford IT said it was suspending all...
Last week saw Hollaback! Dublin, a movement dedicated to counteracting street harassment, release the results of a short survey at it carried out at UCD’s Mind, Body & Soul Festival on the 25th of September. 110 students participated in the study on the culture of street harassment. Despite th...
UCDSU adopt stronger stance on Marriage equality
Café Brava and The Grind to remain closed pending new licensees
UCD School of Social Justice to host graduate conference
News Analysis: UCD introduces first stage of campus wide smoking ban
Model United Nations Grows in Popularity with UCD Students
SU candidates wary of losing Law students’ votes
UCD Fashion Show raises €10,000 for Jack Kavanagh Fund
Cook’s Corner with Sharon Hearne-Smith
Chewy Toffee & Salted Cashew Cookies These cute little cookies have only 4 ingredients and can be prepared in about...
Diary of a Taoishmuck #2
17/10 Ugh. Another day, another dollar. Well, another €712.88 based on a five day week. That’s what I keep having to...
No Bake Baking
Established as one of the top food stylists in Ireland and having released her own cookbook, Sharon Hearne-Smith sits do...
Too often imagined as an issue confined to our secondary schools, bullying can be a significant issue for many college s...
Mercury Prize 2014: “Dead” wins to save Mercury Prize from almost certain death.
After the announcement of Young Fathers as the surprise winner of the 2014 Mercury Prize, Sean Hayes takes a look at wha...
A new beginning: the war of wealth in Gaza
With many countries recently pledging funds to rebuild Gaza, Roisin Nicholson asks what impact they will really have on...