Fuinneamh, News

Trying to Revive the Lost Art of Poetry and He Needs Your Help

By Chloe O’Keeffe Second-year student Yash Sanghvi has recently begun his quest in publishing his very first book. The Bachelor of Arts student has made an appeal to his fellow University of Limerick students to help him in his journey and donate and raise awareness for his recently created GoFundMe page. Mr. Sanghvi has been forced in going down the …


Grump’s Guide: Freshers’ Foam Party

By Dearbhla Hennessy Foam parties at universities across the country are a Government-funded bio security scheme that aims to sanitise the in-coming first year students or, if you want to use the common term, “freshers”. This scheme is disguised as an irresistible social event attracting those who suffer from the fear of missing out (FOMO). Loud, trance-like music that could …

Profile – Paul Byrne

By Holly Kenny Paul Byrne, a first year student in Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) has been running a night called Riddim & Groove for the past two years with fellow classmates Teige Butler and Darren O’Carroll from Villiers Secondary School, who are both now second year students in LIT. The guys, similarly to most students loved their nights out. …

Petite Fashion

By Elaine Holmes One thing that has always bothered me, and presumably many other women who like to shop and browse online, is the models which are used. They are always tall and thin with seemingly ‘perfect’ figures. These type of clothes are simply not designed for smaller, more petite women who don’t have ‘legs that go on forever’. I …

Saying YES – When College Isn’t What You Expected

By Cora Power College is supposed to be the best few years of your life. Full of amazing experiences and events. However for me it was a different story. A teacher from secondary school once told me that she experienced a lonely first year in college. She had moved to a new city without knowing anyone. She told me that …