UCC Set To Launch Drug Use Survey

Drugs. Many people use them, for many different reasons. College life may expose students to more situations where drug use is taking place. Irish research indicates that over 80% of Irish students have used a drug at some point in their lives and 40% of students have used a drug in the last month. The…

#CorkLovesMusic set to land in UCC

On April 11th and 12th (Wednesday and Thursday), UCC will host a series of talks run as part of the collaborative venture #CorkLovesMusic. #CorkLovesMusic is a co-operative venture between both music industry insiders and artists, a venture that aims to both educate people about the workings of the music industry, and to kick-start discussion around…

JAILBREAK ar ais i 2018

Ar an tSathairn beag seo, 10 Márta go dtí an Domhnach 11 Márta tá JAILBREAK, an feachtas tiomsú airgid is mó eagraithe ag mic léinn in Éirinn ar siúil. Beidh 90 foireann, ag teacht ó gach coirnéal den tír, ag leaindeáil i gCaisleán Átha Cliath maidin Shathairn leis an rás go ‘Ceannscríbe X’ a thosú…

UCC Partners With Cork Opera House

UCC has unveiled an exciting new collaboration with Cork Opera House, the first of its kind in Ireland. The eight-year cultural partnership programme, launched on February 20th, aims to not only boost Cork’s already strong reputation as a city of learning and culture, but also to enhance the student experience in UCC. The plan will…

Highs and lows for UCC GAA

(Photo: Jim Coughlan) It has been a mixed period for UCC GAA, as the college’s Spring hopes were met with mixed results across the Sigerson, Fitzgibbon and Ashbourne Cups. In the Sigerson Cup, NUIG pipped UCC 1-9 to 0-7 to book their place at the Cup Final weekend. NUIG were out of the traps quick through…