Eilis Walsh 2018-09-21

  I’m writing this letter on a bus back to Limerick. I’ve taken this journey countless times, travelling through three counties, staring out the window at the passing countryside before getting off at the Stables. Passing under the archway into the courtyard will become so familiar to you during these four years in the University […]

Nicole Glennon and Aimee Wells 2018-09-21

The Old Firestation Restaurant 35 Thomas Street A vegetarian & vegan restaurant located on 35 Thomas Street. The IrelandBeforeYouDie blog rated them the #1 vegan eaterie outside of Dublin. They do breakfast, lunch and sweet treats (and “an extended lunch” every Friday until 8pm). Nicole / Warm Haloumi Sandwich (€10) & Rum and Coconut Cake […]

Nicole Glennon 2018-09-20

Many students returned to campus more than two weeks ago and are still searching for accomodation in the Castletroy or wider Limerick area. One of them is Erin Dyer, a second year Journalism and New Media student at UL. The 20-year-old is originally from Doonbeg, Co. Clare, but is currently staying with family in Newmarket […]

Jason McNicholas 2018-09-19

9/10 While Marvel’s dominance in the world of cinema is all but complete, there’s been a noticeable dearth in quality video games to piggyback off of that success. Finally, the people at Insomniac Games look to fill the gap with the highly anticipated Marvels Spider-Man.  First off, the game’s greatest strength is its traversal system. […]

Anna Parkes 2018-09-16

The Drama Society ended last semester on a high, after an academic year that included the production and performance of two original plays, our third trip to the West End, and our eagerly anticipated awards night. Over the Summer our newly elected committee have been hard at work to improve upon the success of last […]

Kyle Lehane 2018-09-16

There are no strangers here, only friends you haven’t yet met. Congrats, you made it to college. The relief is overwhelming to say the least but after all your hard work now is your time to shine. There’s just one thing you might have slightly overlooked. If you’re like many students attending UL then this will be […]

Cian O Broin 2018-09-16

At some point, we all have to leave the comfort of our homes, the safety of our nests. It’s not easy, moving on from Mammy’s infamous roast or catching up on Match of the Day at Dad’s side. There’s something special about the sanctity of the Irish household, a notable feeling of warmth and comfort. […]