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My Resignation as a Culchie

That’s it folks. Tayto crisps, stuff hang sangiches, decease flashks of tae, football special and cheaper pints. These were a few of my favourite things about being from the countryside or being a culchie. But no more. Instead, I’m going…

A testimonial to Richard Dunne

Being part of Trap’s army has been tough business of late. Six clean sheets in a row, sale a new record for Ireland in international football, was not enough to satisfy his troops in the stands who seemed to be…

The great meatball mystery

(A party in Stockholm) A meatball hit me in the head and I felt a bit aggrieved. Swiveling around, viagra as opposed to slowly turning (to show my hidden enemy that I was in fact, for sale a foe to…

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Looking into the apocalypse

In case you missed it, healing the world started to end around 3.30pm yesterday. Hell opened its gates and instead of giving us the four horsemen of the apocalypse, look it released fifteen footballers from Donegal onto the hallowed turf…

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And the hippos were boiled in their tanks

(IKEA – There and Back Again) Buses can be quite intimidating places. The first real terror is paying (although people often overlook the troublesome step onto the bus, check a particularly troubling jump, pilule especially during rush hour where any…

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Away into the sky

I’m always amazed at just how comfortable those melted steel seats facing the giant windows out towards the planes on the runway of Dublin Airport become. The dissembling spine slide-back into your chair always makes the whole queuing business and…