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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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Queerbash 14: Fairytales and Fiction

Limerick’s longest-running LGBTQ night Queerbash will take place on Friday, April 7th in Dolans Warehouse. Queerbash is Out in UL’s largest showcase event, one of the longest running events in University Limerick history, and is now in its fourteenth year. The theme of Queerbash 14 is ‘Fairytales and Fiction: Let your Imagination Run Wild’, with…

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KBS Students Have A Ball

By Jean Langford Kemmy Business School students raised €3,000 from the ticket sales of the annual Kemmy Business School Ball on November 15th for Pieta House and Temple Street Children’s Hospital. The ball was organized independently by the Kemmy Department representatives of UL’s Student Council; Elizabeth Small: Accounting & Finance Representative, Jean Langford: Management &…

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GEMS Host Teddy Bear Hospital

By Kathleen O’Sullivan The annual UL GEMS Teddy Bear Hospital was held on 8th March. The event was a huge success, seeing more children attend this year’s event than ever before. It was organised by medical students in the Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS) in UL as part of the international project in association with…

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400-Year-Old Exam Tradition Comes To An End In Trinity

By Muireann Duffy Trinity College Dublin is set to put an end to a 400-year-old tradition within the college by changing the format of their exams to fall into line with UL and other Irish Universities. From 2018, exams will be held at the end of each semester, and the academic year will begin earlier….

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Letters to the Eighth Amendment

Last semester, An Focal ran the popular series Letters to the Eighth Amendment. This clause of the Irish Constitution gives equal right to life to both a mother and an unborn child. Read the full letters that featured in the paper below: By Kathleen O’Sullivan Dear Constitution (Con), I hope you don’t mind me calling…

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