Balcony at the Salt House

Band Profile: Balcony

by Jera Aideen Schiffrer Galway is known for its diverse and lively music scene. Bands and musicians from allover the world flock to the town in search of success. The local pubs host live gigsalmost every night so it is not a surprise the locals are involved in the scene…

Uni of Galway SU Hustings

Midlands North West – Hustings, Town Halls, Disability and the Sinister

With the Midlands North West European Elections coming ever closer the calendar of events is getting ever busier. University of Galway Students’ Union will be hosting MEP Candidate Hustings for theMidlands North West Region at a revised time of 5pm on Monday 20th of May upstairs in Áras na Mac…

Europarl logo

Flirt FM Election Policy – Midlands North West

Flirt FM is a community Radio station based in Galway city, operating under a community licence, is a member of Craol and operates under the principles of the AMARC Community Radio Charter forEurope and is licenced for FM broadcast by Coimisiún na Meán.Due to the unprecedented number of candidates and…

Galway Theatre Festival: Yaqui and Béal

Yaqui and Béal is showing at Galway Theatre Festival on Sunday 5th of May and Monday 6th of May at Galway Theatre Festival – Esther and Raphaël joined us in studio to talk about the piece, it’s origins and the similarities it explores between cultures across the globe through storytelling.

Overcoming Homesickness at University

For many students, their first time living away from home is when they move out foruniversity. It was for me when I moved from Cork to Galway to study Arts. Leaving home onthat cold morning in September was very hard. I cried all the way to the county bounds! I…

freezer bag

A Student Meal Prepping Guide

My name is Áine Ní Shíocháin. I moved to Galway from Cork to attend the university this year. Ihave learnt a lot after moving away from home, one of the most important things being howto cook and prepare all of my own meals. To be honest, I find cooking a…

Students’ Union Raises Record €53,275 for Charity

University of Galway Students’ Union today presented the proceeds of their year of
fundraising events to Galway Rape Crisis Centre and Cancer Care West. The unique
charity events held throughout the academic year raised a total of €53,275 for the
two charities – the most ever raised by the Students’ Union.

Green Paper on Disabilty Reform

Speaking to the Disability Federation of Ireland about the ‘Green Paper’ which is causing an increasing amount of concern to people with disabilites

Contact the Studio


    College Campus Radio DAC © 2024.