Category: "Motley"

Women’s Aid launch youth violence awareness campaign

Audrey Ellard Walsh

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Brain drain is not the end

Seán O’Connell finds reason to be hopeful about Ireland’s future economy, as research and technology remain strong.

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Valediction

When I took on this job, I wasn’t sure what to do with the Motley name. Some people advised me to change it, remarket the magazine and start fresh, away from the sporadic history that was Motley before this year…

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Psychology Ball courts controversy with Split Personality theme.

The UCC Psychology Society has recently come under criticism for the theme of their end-of-the-year ball, the “Split Personality” Psychology Ball.

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Awkward…

Paul O’Connor takes a look at how Fight Club made its cinematic audience inwardly cringe…

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Kanye West: Beautiful, Dark, Twisted and Fantastic

Adam El Araby explores Kanye West’s Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

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Who’s around the corner?

Kevin O’ Neill takes a look at who will be big in 2011.

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Pubs are losing out because of service, not price

Ultan Connolly envisages how we might re-structure the Irish alcohol industry to make bars a more attractive prospect for a night out.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same…

Student politics goes into overdrive for the next few months, as election fever takes hold. Luke P. Field gives us a rundown of what to expect.

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Wikileaks reveals power of internet

The spread of information has become more potent as technology has advanced, and we’re now reaping the rewards.

Seán Ó Sé

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