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Insider believes you should vote for Michael D Higgins on October 26 for a second term as president. Chances are you think that too: the polls have been nothing but encouraging; the President is regarded with affection by most; and his empathetic and ethical style lends itself to the challenges of the role.
NUI Galway has launched a new biodiversity trail highlighting the rich variety of animal and plant life on the campus.
BETWEEN STAND-UP and improv performances, dishing up exotic treats in Massimo, presenting a Flirt FM radio show, doing poetry readings on a bus, hosting art workshops and performing science-based comedy, the multitalented Phill Jupitis has an extremely busy Vodafone Comedy Carnival ahead of him.
A LOCALLY made radio drama - recorded in the Flirt FM Studios in NUI Galway, and on location around Galway city - is set for a national broadcast when it is aired on Newstalk 106-108fm this weekend and next.
Comedian Áine Gallagher this week launched NUI Galway’s 17th annual Arts Festival programme, Múscailt. The festival, which runs from 6-10 March, will present a superb free programme comprising of art, music, performance, live art, comedy, spectacle, song, sculpture, film, dance and talks.
GALWEGIANS WHO like the idea of singing songs as Gaeilge - even if their Irish is far from perfect - around the fireside with others who enjoy doing the same, are sought to join Club Amhránaíochta na Gaillimhe.
While it will not surprise Galway readers that an Independent-Left candidate made the final cut in Donegal - due to the county’s continual ‘No’ line on almost everything governmental - the election results in Galway West told a similar story. In fact, while the establishment parties are working to claim a majority, the detail in the transfers tells a different, and quite revealing, story.
'SEAS AN Fód/Stand Your Ground' is the defiant theme of this year's Múscailt, NUI Galway's annual arts festival, which brings a host of visual arts, music, performance, song, talks, and workshop to the campus in March. All events are free and open to the public.
It’s been three and a half years since I left Galway. The winding streets, the salty winds and icy rain that blew life and excitement into your lungs were beginning to wane for a whole generation. I had spent three years at NUIG flitting between Drama Soc and Flirt FM radio, and in between squeezing out a bachelor’s degree in English and Classics together with a diploma in Irish. We came in as “freshers” just when the Celtic Tiger was unleashing its final booming roar, Rag Week and campus life were electric and Galway was alive.
FlirtFM, the student, alternative, and community radio station based in NUI Galway, will celebrate its 20 years on air this month with a series of events to mark the milestone, including radio shows, a silent disco, workshops, and a gala dinner.