Being a Female Student in Tech

Writes Roisin O’Donnell Several months ago, I wrote a Feature titled ‘Is the Standard for Women in Tech Dropping?’. In the article, I highlighted my experiences with women in tech talks and only touched on what can make or break a ‘woman in tech’ – the college experience. This article will be based solely on…

The Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago (or the Way of St James), is an ancient pilgrimage route that stretches across northern Spain, ending at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. Dating back to the 8th century, the Camino de Santiago is an important Christian pilgrimage. Considered one of three pilgrimages on which all sins could…

Unanswered: Imelda Keenan

‘Fears were openly expressed that a serial killer was operating, either alone or with other like-minded predators, in an area of the country where instances of female disappearance had become so common that it had been dubbed the ‘Vanishing Triangle’.’ Alan Bailey, ‘Missing, Presumed’. The third member of the Vanishing Triangle is most of the…

Final Year Fears

Ah, final year. It represents many things; the end of an era, the start of our next adventure, a time to knuckle down and actually start studying. Above all though, it marks a time of stress and uncertainty for the future. Gone are our carefree days of skipping lectures, attending every social event possible and banging out essays…