That time of the year has approached again and the Leaving Cert results are set to be released on Wednesday the 16th of August. With that comes a whole range of emotions, from delight or despair– due to points and grades – to stress, worry or excitement about what’s to come next when the CAO offers come out.
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Behind the scenes footage of the Workin’ It Fashion Shoot Published in FILTR Magazine.
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Do you prefer the big crowds of the city or the trad sessions of the country? Find our best differences between a student night out at home and the city.
There is a host of differences between going on a student night out in Dublin, and going on a night out down home in the country.
These are just a few that let you know when you’re in the big smoke or out in the shticks.
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Be it the group of girls stomping and screeching along to Beyoncé’s latest hit, or the over-eager taxi driver who really wants to show you his rap mix-tape on your way home from town. Some people on a student night out are like no other.
It can be easier to be carefree, confident and more relaxed on a night out. Here are just some of the people that you’ll see and meet on a student night out that will leave a lasting impression on you (be it good or bad)
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What some call vandalism others call art. Mary Kate Hickey spoke to graffiti artists and art experts to get their perspective on graffiti culture. Continue reading ““Art is Anything You Can Get Away With””
Being exposed to more than one language simultaneously from birth enhances areas of the brain associated with language learning.
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Mary Kate Hickey talks with Irish rap artists about Ireland’s hip-hop culture, its strengths and its struggles.
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