Clubs&Socs, College Life

Nominations for Next Years Student Life Officers Open Now

The end of the semester is fast approaching, and UL Student Life are looking to elect the Student Officers for the next academic year. Nominations for Student Life elections began yesterday, March 8 and are open to all students looking to get involved in representing the student body. Students who are interested in running for election can find all relevant …


News, Politics

LONG READ: International Elections to sink your teeth into this year

by Jordan Fenlon With the Coronavirus consuming most of the news, it is sometimes easy to forget that there was a time when arguments and issues not relating to Coronavirus took precedent. Thankfully, 2021 has in-store some elections, that will however by in large be Coronavirus- centered. None the less, they may offer some interesting results. Israel First we go …


Marian O Donnell To Take Over As ULSU Academic Officer 2015/2016

Marian O Donnell has been elected as the next University of Limerick Students Union Vice President/Academic Officer having run a strong campaign based on her knowledge and understanding of the Co-Op Office among many other things. During a discussion on ULFM, Marian explained that she will be fighting an on-going battle in order to lower the cost of repeat exams …


Colin “#ULWantSum” Clarke Elected ULSU President 2015/2016

University of Limerick Student Council Chairperson Colin Clarke has climbed his way through various positions on committee and council level in order to reach the goal he set himself when he began his journey in UL four years ago. Colin took to Facebook to announce his delight follow the election results: “On the first day of college during our first …


Onwards and Upwards For Welfare Woman Ciara Corcoran

Ciara Corcoran aka “Welfare Woman” is set to replace our current Students Union Welfare Officer Shane McCormack this coming June following her success in the 2015 sabbatical elections. Speaking on the night of the election results Ciara said: “I genuinely can’t believe it; the two girls ran such a strong campaign. It still hasn’t sunk in; I don’t think it …