Flirting with the Unknown: Jazzing Up My College Experience

Like my fellow classmates, I embarked on my own educational journey before joining the MA programme in Literature and Publishing in September 2023. Prior to this, it had been a dream of mine for as long as I could remember to attend Trinity College Dublin. I envisioned walking among the…

Union Condemns Student Accommodation Fee Increase

University of Galway Students’ Union has today condemned Galway student accommodation provider, Hubble Living, for their accommodation fee increases for the 2024/25 academic year.Students currently staying in their deluxe ensuite rooms on the Headford Road inGalway are facing a minimum yearly increase of €2,500. This represents a 30% rentincrease which…

Students’ Union Launch Seachtain na Gaeilge

Sheol Comhaltas na Mac Léinn, Ollscoil na Gaillimhe a chlár imeachtaí i gcomhairSheachtain na Gaeilge, a bheidh ar siúl ó Déardaoin, an 29 Feabhra suas godtí Dé Sathairn, an 16 Márta. Spreagfaidh an tseachtain seo mic léinn agus baillfoirne ar fud na hOllscoile cibé leibhéal Gaeilge atá acu a úsáid…

The Naomi Berrill Trio present ‘Inish’

Naomi is a cellist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and singer, originally from Co. Galway, currently based in Florence, Italy. Her album ‘Inish’ was released on 6th October 2023 by Casa Musicale Sonzogno, Milan, and following a successful launch in Italy, it will tour across Ireland in February 2024. We spoke with Naomi ahead of…

Testing new generation hydrokenetic in Galway

University of Galway has announced successful testing of a next generation marine hydrokinetic turbine foil for renewable energy. The technology was designed by US-headquartered global leader in marine energy ORPC Ireland and fabricated by ÉireComposites, based Inverin, Co Galway. Dr. William Finnegan Assistant Professor and Principal Investigator on the CRIMSON project…

Galway Air Pollution Above WHO Limits

People Before Profit Galway has highlighted the persistent exceedance of safe air pollution levels dictated by the World Health Organisation in 2021. Maisie McMaster, People before Profit representative for Galway West speaks to Flirt FM about the pollution regulations and the differences between the EU and the WHO People Before Profit are calling for more…

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