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PSU Presidential Elections: Kieran Foley

Hey Everyone, My name is Kieran Foley and you may have seen one of my posters around college as I’m running for the position of PSU President. You can find my manifesto on my Facebook page but here I wish to give you a brief breakdown of what I wish to work on if elected […]
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PSU Presidential Elections: Seamus Noonan

To all my fellow postgraduate students, (taught, research and GEMS) I wish to introduce myself. My name is Seamus Noonan and I am a Postgraduate Student currently studying Business Management here in UL. I am extremely enthusiastic about the important role the PSU (Postgraduate Student Union) plays within UL so I am currently seeking election […]
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Strasbourg… A Bizarre Hybrid

IN SPITE of its apparent unity, Europe proves to be quite a controversial continent in terms of travel. Major political disputes and differences may continue to appear among our neighbour nations, but European travel has to be one of the more common topics that still divide opinion. Even now, voyaging in Europe comes down to […]
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A Wisconsinite In Limerick

AS I sit here at my built-in desk, in my single, fully furnished room, inside of my student house, a part of the lovely Kilmurry Village, I cannot help but notice that things are not quite the same forme as they were a few months ago. There are quite a few differences actually, including being over […]
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UL commits to smarter travel by creating a UL ST C ...

The vision of University of Limerick Smarter Travel is to create a more liveable and lovable campus through the development and promotion of sustainable means of travel. This vision creates an attractive image with a range of positive benefits for sustainable travel such as walking, cycling, car-sharing and taking the bus. University of Limerick Smarter […]
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Peter Tait: Limerick industrialist and Confederate ...

When considering Irish involvement in the American Civil War, what is mostly likely to come to mind are those who supported the Union, and more specifically, the men who fought in combat. Indeed, of the 1.2 million Irish immigrants living in America at the time of the Civil War, only 84,000 were living in the […]
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News

  • PSU Presidential Elections: Kieran Foley

    Hey Everyone, My name is Kieran Foley and you may have seen one of my posters around college as I’m running for the position of PSU President. You can find my manifesto on my Facebook page but here I wish to give you a brief breakdown of what I wish... Read more →

  • PSU Presidential Elections: Seamus Noonan

    To all my fellow postgraduate students, (taught, research and GEMS) I wish to introduce myself. My name is Seamus Noonan and I am a Postgraduate Student currently studying Business Management here in UL. I am extremely enthusiastic about the important role the PSU (Postgraduate Student Union) plays within UL so... Read more →

  • Plassey 10K Launch Day

    In a break from the recent poor weather conditions, the sun shone gloriously all over the campus on Monday, 10th March and the second year Sports and Exercise Science students were hard at work launching the annual “Plassey 10K”. This event is organised by the second year Sports and Exercise... Read more →

Feature

  • UL commits to smarter travel by creating a UL ST Coordinator Role

    The vision of University of Limerick Smarter Travel is to create a more liveable and lovable campus through the development and promotion of sustainable means of travel. This vision creates an attractive image with a range of positive benefits for sustainable travel such as walking, cycling, car-sharing and taking the... Read more →

  • Peter Tait: Limerick industrialist and Confederate Army supplier

    When considering Irish involvement in the American Civil War, what is mostly likely to come to mind are those who supported the Union, and more specifically, the men who fought in combat. Indeed, of the 1.2 million Irish immigrants living in America at the time of the Civil War, only... Read more →

  • UL Style

    UL is not exactly renowned for its fashion trends, but to be stylish going to college doesn’t take much. Here are 5 simple tips in how dress for the UL campus. 1. Ditch the Tracksuit Most people with any sense of style are sick of seeing people wearing GAA tracksuit bottoms everywhere they go. We get... Read more →

Travel

  • Strasbourg… A Bizarre Hybrid

    IN SPITE of its apparent unity, Europe proves to be quite a controversial continent in terms of travel. Major political disputes and differences may continue to appear among our neighbour nations, but European travel has to be one of the more common topics that still divide opinion. Even now, voyaging... Read more →

  • A Wisconsinite In Limerick

    AS I sit here at my built-in desk, in my single, fully furnished room, inside of my student house, a part of the lovely Kilmurry Village, I cannot help but notice that things are not quite the same forme as they were a few months ago. There are quite a few... Read more →

  • Travel Diary

    “WHY the hell would you want to come to Limerick from Australia?” I have met countless Irish people since arriving here, and the amounts who have not asked me this would probably fit in my shower. Well, to clear it up for you, I am actually here under orders from your... Read more →

Events

  • Kemmy Business School Ball 2014

    This years Kemmy Business School Ball took place in the Strand Hotel and was a great success. We took some pictures of you lovely people and rounded up the best ones here. We hope you enjoyed the night and we’re looking forward to next year already! Read more →

  • House Party Con’s

    AS Charity Week approaches students are asked by the Community Liaison Committee, in conjunction with the community Gardaí, to be aware of a number of issues concerned with hosting house parties during the week’s festivities. During their meeting in academic week three the Community Liaison Committee have requested we publish a... Read more →

  • Postgraduate Students’ Union Ball

    Thursday, February 13th in the Pavilion Club, saw 170 Postgraduate guests attend the Postgraduate Students’ Unions most elegant event on the social calendar. Scrubbing up and taking a break from the books, guests enjoyed sweet cocktails and Prosecco on arrival as they indulged in the theme of the night, masquerade.... Read more →

Sports

  • UCD leave it late to capture the Harding Cup

    A late goal from Conor Cannon against NUI Galway ensured University College Dublin retained the Harding Cup. The national competition, exclusively for first-year students, was held on the University of Limerick’s North Campus pitches on 7-9 February. UL bowed out of the tournament at the semi-final stage, losing to the eventual winners. In... Read more →

  • UL’s senior camogie team are Ashbourne Cup champions

    The University of Limerick’s senior camogie team finally ended Waterford Institute of Technology’s long reign as Ashbourne Cup champions, with only one point to spare after a hard-fought final at Queen’s University, Belfast. Cáit Devane was chief contributor for UL as they motored into a five-point lead in the first half. The Tipperary... Read more →

  • UL Ladies Rugby looking to defend All-Ireland league and intervarsity titles

    ON behalf of UL Ladies Rugby I would like to welcome our new head coach, Mike McCarthy and also wish Gillian Bourke, our departing coach, the best of luck in her future endeavors and many thanks for her years of hard work and dedication with the club. Gill will be taking to the... Read more →