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Staying Fit and Healthy with UL Arena

By Jordan Lynch Getting into a good exercise routine can be tough at the best of times, especially at college. It’s hard to find the time or motivation to work out between all the lectures, nights out and of course, the napping. As tough as it is to get into the swing of things, regular…

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Student Housing Crisis

By Siobhan Macloingsigh The start of a new academic year at the University of Limerick (UL) brought a flurry of excitement and anticipation to new and returning students, but also an air of fear and desperation for the large amount of students who had yet to find accommodation. Despite the university providing the second highest…

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UL’s Multi-Million Euro Microscope

By SEAMUS TOOMEY Over the summer UL unveiled a new multi million euro microscope which is one of a kind and set up for use in the Bernal building. The microscope is called the Titan Themis and may or may not be a Decepticon. It also cost €6 million with an additional €3 million being…

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Hidden Gems in Limerick

By KAYLEY HARDIMAN Apart from the typical madness of student nights in Limerick there is plenty to see and do in this wonderful city. As a vast number of students have moved to the city in order to study here it’s an excellent opportunity to see what Limerick has to offer. Before the weather takes…

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Five Things I Wish I Knew Sooner About The Gym

By Ciara Ferguson If you’re self-conscious about your weight, going to the gym can be one of the most daunting experiences ever. The fear of being judged takes over and makes the whole thought of the gym absolutely terrifying. I went to the gym for the first time today and here are five things my…

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Thirteen Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Watch 13 Reasons Why

By Ciara Maria Hayes 13 Reasons Why is, without a doubt, the biggest TV sensation this year so far. The show, based on the novel by Jay Asher, was made available to stream on Netflix recently and since then it’s been the only thing the Internet can talk about. If you haven’t seen it already,…

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Surviving Study Week

By Eimear Kelly 1: Plan Make a list of what you must do to prepare for exams and upcoming assignments. A timetable probably wouldn’t go astray either. At least you’ll feel organised, even if you really aren’t. 2: Get rest It’s not easy to resist a few pints or a late night with friends (or…

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