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NUI Galway and the GMIT need to put more resources into mental health support structures for students, and must recognise that students "suffer from incredible pressures" that is putting their mental health "at risk".
Trade unions, political parties, women’s groups, student unions, housing agencies and community groups have joined forces in Galway to stage a major rally on the housing emergency, this Monday April 8.
In a city where vibrancy and energy are at the centre of your average night out, a need has arisen to make the experience a safer one; one that takes cognisance of the many aspects of socialising and the psychological consequences of this.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) congratulated Leaving Certificate students on receiving their results yesterday, urging important next steps to be taken after celebration.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) deposited flyers into 100,000 homes across Ireland last week to promote the digs for students website www.homes.usi.ie.
The Union of Students in Ireland is reminding students who have not submitted their student grant funding applications for the 2016/2017 academic year to do so immediately, as the deadline for applications is tomorrow, July 8.
A Galway TD has urged people in the city to "seriously consider" renting out rooms in their homes to students, "for the good of Galway as well as their own pockets".
Athlone Institute of Technology Students Union is calling on newly appointed Minister for Health Simon Harris to reverse the diversion of €12 million from mental health services announced by former Minister for Health Leo Varadkar. AIT Students Union highlighted the dangers in this diversion recently at a demonstration outside Leinster House alongside the Union of Students in Ireland and Mental Health Reform.
NUI Galway students are learning about their rights as workers this week as part of a three day campaign being run at the university.
Athlone IT Students Union president Kevin Ronan said that students are not just there to make up the numbers in General Election 2016 and he anticipates a high turn-out by third level students in the upcoming election.