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TWO WORKS, one a historical account of reactions to the Famine, another a historical novel set in Mayo, are to be launched in Galway.
First year students at St Joseph’s College, Summerhill were presented with brand new iPads yesterday [Thursday] as they arrived for the first day of their secondary school career.
First year students entering St Joseph’s College Summerhill this September will be doing so with a lighter load than their predecessors, as the school launches a new ‘digital schoolbag’.
THE FIRST book to be banned by the Irish Free State was written by a County Galwayman who was also one of the finest Irish writers of the 20th century.
AN EPIC poem, written by a man who spent many years living in Galway, about the killing of three IRA members in Gibraltar in 1988 has been published in a new edition.
I FIRST became aware of Rejini Samuel’s work a couple of years ago when she began attending creative writing classes at GTI and, as a result, came along and read some poems and extracts from stories at an Over The Edge open-mic.
One of the approaches we recommend in interview training involves encouraging the candidate to feed back the very language they hear in the question.
Cré na Cille, Máirtín Ó Cadhain’s classic novel, has been adapted for radio, stage, screen, and now, in its latest incarnation, for the e-reader.
NUI Galway has embarked on a new initiative with Transition Year students from the Presentation Secondary School in Galway City. The students have devised a new e-Commerce module which is facilitated by their business teacher Eleanor Fogarty.
Business trainer and motivational speaker Pearce Flannery will hold a ‘Create Your Own Reality’ seminar at The TF Royal, Castlebar on December 15.