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Making a Murderer attorney guest lectures in UL

By Cathal O’Sullivan Dean Strang, the attorney made famous from the hit Netflix documentary, Making A Murderer, arrived at the University of Limerick (UL) this week to begin his role as guest lecturer. Mr Strang is set to lead a six-week module of lectures at the School of Law. Mr Strang said UL had given…

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UL Racing Society aim to raise funds for Limerick Suicide Watch

Mark Boylan The Irish and British horse racing communities have been rocked in the recent weeks by the passing of prominent trainers Willie Codd and Richard Woollacott aged in their early 40s, and a group of equine enthusiasts from the University of Limerick are now raising funds for Limerick Suicide Watch at an upcoming Cheltenham…

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MGMT – Little Dark Age

Nicola Kiely Released February 9th American duo Andrew VanWyngarden and Benjamin Goldwasser, better known as MGMT, are back with a fourth studio album following a five year break away from the studio. They returned keen to impress listeners after previous albums Congratulations (2010) and MGMT (2013) failed to live up to expectations set from their…

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The UL Swimmers look to take on International Success

By Caoimhe Hennigan The UL Swim Club are entering the most important time in their training period this season, in the upcoming weeks they will be training for the biggest competition of the season, the Irish Intervarsity Swimming Championships to be held in University College Dublin on the weekend by March 23rd and 24th, but…

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UL Law Degrees Gain Recognition by the Bar Council of India

By Siobhan Macloingsigh   The University of Limerick School of Law has achieved recognition of its Law Plus and Law and Accounting Degrees by the Bar Council of India. This recognition will position graduates of these degrees to practice law in India.   The process to gain recognition began in January 2017 and involved the…

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Fitzgibbon Cup v WIT Report

Fitzgibbon Cup v WIT Report By Ivan Smyth WIT Thursday 1 February UL 2-19 WIT 1-8   UL progressed to the Fitzgibbon Cup Quarter Finals after easily overcoming the challenge of WIT on a freezing night. The teams traded the first four points of the game before UL hit three points in a row through…

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UL Transforms – Paula Cooney

Meet your UL Transforms leaders! The students and staff of the University of Limerick are embarking on a fitness adventure. With four members of staff and four student members leading the way, UL is hoping to demonstrate that it is possible to work and study while maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly. So who…

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UL Transforms – Debbie Thompson

Meet your UL Transforms leaders! The students and staff of the University of Limerick are embarking on a fitness adventure. With four members of staff and four student members leading the way, UL is hoping to demonstrate that it is possible to work and study while maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly. Debbie Thompson…

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GAA- What’s on

By Ivan Smyth   As we start back into the second semester, UL GAA is in the middle of a busy schedule with teams involved in Fitzgibbon Cup, Sigerson Cup, Ashbourne Cup, O’Connor Cup and many more competitions. UL’s senior hurling team started their Fitzgibbon Cup campaign on Sunday, January 21 with a nine-point victory…

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Film review: Coco

By Aisling O’Connor Disney Pixar’s Coco was one of the most anticipated films so far this year. As it’s from the creators of Finding Nemo and Toy Story there were high expectations for the movie. Coco follows the story of a pre-teen Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) struggling to find his place in his strict anti-music shoe-making…

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