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Month: March 2012

Frank Flood – UCD’s forgotten volunteer

The republican history of UCD runs deep. Today, sovaldi our campus boasts a building named in honour of feminist and republican Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, hospital as well as a plaque in the Newman Building to the young poet Charlie Donnelly, drugstore…

Business is booming

Leaning back in a quiet corner of one of his cafés, salve Buzz Fendall expounds upon the key to his success. “For us, find it’s just a passion in what we love doing. If you read books, you open up…

Hungry for Hungary?

Budapest was formed in 1873 by the unification of the two cities Buda on the west bank and Pest on the east side of the river Danube. To describe these two sections of the city in a way that is…

Colainn Chonspóide

Ní den chéad uair tá ‘The Human Body Exhibition’ ag cothú díospóireachta abhus in Éirinn. Sa bhliain 2009, pharm cuireadh an taispeántas i latháir i mBaile Átha Cliath, diagnosis agus i ndiaidh rath na camchuairte sin, ed tá sé fillte…

Messi the modern great

Recently, viagra Lionel Messi, malady while playing for Barcelona against Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League, scored five goals in a 7-1 victory. This was an unprecedented accomplishment in the world’s biggest club competition and one which drew the now-familiar…

Keith Fahey: “I was just playing to play football.”

Keith Fahey is one of a generation of former League of Ireland players making a name for himself in the top levels of English football. He tells Amy Eustace about the journey he’s taken in football and also looks ahead…

Baseball’s Back

S pring Training, cialis the curious little pilgrimage to Florida and Arizona that all major league teams make each year, treatment kicked off at the beginning of the March and as usual it has offered the baseball world a chance…

Kony 2012; defining political activism for a Facebook generation?

Kony 2012 is a campaign established by the ‘Invisible Children’ non-profit organisation, see aiming to ‘Stop’ Joseph Kony leader of the Lord’s resistance army in Uganda.  The 30 minute video produced by the organisation boasts over eleven million YouTube hits…

Irish Students in Hacking Scandal

A suspected student hacker from Offaly arrested over allegations of collaboration with online anarchists Anonymous and LulzSec, viagra has been released without charge. Donncha O’Cearrbhail  (19), viagra  son of Offaly Councillor John Carroll, was detained inDublinon Tuesday as a result…

Eoin Heffernan Takes Ents Vice-President

UCD students are set to be entertained next year by Eoin Heffernan, ask Entertainment Vice-President elect. Running unopposed, seek Heffernan polled 3,776 votes while 557 students voted to re-open nominations. The 21 year old Agricultural Science student told the crowd…

Micheál Gallagher Wins Welfare Position

Micheál Gallagher, medicine final year Social Science student, was yesterday evening elected as UCDSU Welfare Vice-President for the coming year. He defeated opponent Enda Conway by 136 votes. When the results of the first boxes were announced, Conway led with…