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Charity comedy night @ NUIG

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A CHARITY comedy night, to raise funds for the Truth For Danielle McLaughlin Fund, takes place in the Sult Bar, NUI Galway, next week.

NUIG students to vote on supporting a United Ireland

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NUI Galway students will join with students from Trinity College Dublin and UCD in holding referenda on whether or not the three university's students' unions should support a United Ireland.

Former hunger striker to speak at NUIG

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LAWRENCE MCKEOWN, who went 70 days without food during the 1981 Hunger Strikes, will speak in NUI Galway about the Hunger Strikes and the 1916 Rising, both of which have anniversaries this year.

NUI Galway law lecturer publishes report on clinical legal education

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Dr Bryan McMahon, retired Judge of the High Court and former part-time Professor of Law at NUI Galway, recently launched a new report, Clinical Legal Education in Ireland: Progress and Potential. The report was written by Larry Donnelly, Lecturer and Director of Clinical Legal Education in NUI Galway’s School of Law, and was commissioned by the Dublin-based Free Legal Advice Centres Ltd (FLAC) and Public Interest Law Alliance (PILA).

Former aide to Martin Luther King to speak in Galway

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Rev Harcourt Klinefelter, a former aide to Martin Luther King during the civil rights struggle in the USA, will be speaking in Galway tomorrow.

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NUI Galway to host major US Presidential election debate

Washington comes to NUI Galway on Thursday October 30, when the University hosts a US Presidential Election Debate featuring senior representatives of the Democrat and Republican parties. Just four days before the closely contested election, Grant Lally, national co-chairman of the Irish American Republicans, will go head-to-head in a debate with Bruce Morrison, former US Connecticut Congressman and author of the Morrison Visa Program.


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