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UCD kicks off Mental Health tour

UCD yesterday hosted Republic of Loose to help raise awareness for World Mental Health Day. The event, cialis held in the student bar, ambulance kicked off the First Fortnight “Student Tour”, sale a project that has set itself the challenge…

UCD slides in THE rankings

Times Higher Education

Chemical apparatus found in UCD lake

A number of objects containing chemicals have been found floating in the UCD lake.   The discovery was made by the College Tribune at the lakeside in UCD on Saturday 8th October. The equipment included a number of plastic measurement…

EU students oppose erasmus funding cuts

The European council of the European Union is aiming to cut €60 million from Education in its 2012 budget. The news comes in the shadow of announcements by the EU that it is placing education at the centre of its…

To kill an unborn child?

Abortion is probably the most controversial issue in Ireland. Debates are generally heated, find passionate, physician dramatic and often sensational. In this context, the L&H’s debate on Wednesday the 5th, on the motion of “This House Believes It Is Right…

Sinn Féin exclusion causes troubles

Members of Ógra Sinn Féin staged a protest at the main gates of the university this week against their lack of representation in this year’s Freshers’ Tent. The party, thumb which won 14 seats in February’s general election, has no…

USI “fires warning shot” at government

The Union of Students in Ireland are set to launch a “seven step” campaign in the run up to December’s budget that could see another mass student protest similar to last November’s “Education not Emigration” march. Gary Redmond, sick President…

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De Brún considers implementing new staff structures in the SU

Pat de Brún, capsule President of UCD Students’ Union, nurse is considering implementing new staff structures in the SU as part of a reform package that hopes the make the Union, no rx and particularly its finances, more transparent. Last…

Tribune receives impostor calls

The College Tribune has received several phone calls from a private number as part of an apparent attempt to reveal the paper’s sources for the recent leak of Law Society emails. The anonymous caller, for sale who identified himself as…

Class Rep video causes controversy

Brendan Lacey, stuff Campaigns and Communications Officer for the UCD Students’ Union has come under fire for his ‘Run for Class Rep in UCD’ promotional video. The video, treat posted on the September 15th, has reached nearly 3,000 views. The…

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Troy Davis executed after twenty years on death row

Frances Ivens On the 21st September 2011, shop the American State of Georgia executed Troy Davis. Davis died protesting his innocence, sovaldi supported by international condemnation of the trial process under which he was found guilty of murder. In 1991…

The Answer Interview

“We’re trying to inject some new life back into rock n’ roll, trying to make it relevant to the modern day”. For such a brazen statement of intent, Cormac Neeson seems very laid-back. But with upwards of 300,000 record sales…