Reality. Something which so many of us have become so far detached from. Then again, this then begs the question of what reality really is. Perhaps it is something which no-one can define to the specificity which we may be looking fo
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When the clocks go back, you know it’s winter. The benefits of that single extra hour in bed soon fade as it gets dark at 4.30pm and you wish you were tucked up on the couch instead of dashing around madly as college life starts to pick up the pace.
s been a long time since we had a more interesting news week for UCC, Cork or Ireland for that matter than the one which kicked off November. Starting with various reports on the registration fee, we saw the largest student march since the sixties on Wednesday marred by unnecessary violence by both protestors and Gardaí.
Recent news of wales beaching themselves proved for rather tragic viewing. The Free Willy ‘Waco’ is a natural occurrence as unique as it may be. While I am furthest from camp superstitious, it appears apt foreshadowing of our future prospects
As the issue of fees dominates the Express news section once again and with the financial horror of the last two weeks behind us one would be forgiven for thinking that the prospects for today’s students are worse than ev
Are you ever a small bit nostalgic for the good old days of your childhood, when writing on someone’s wall was usually to mark your height increase and going for drinks meant taking the Capri-Suns out of the fridge? Last month, the Den came to an end and a small part of my childhood memories died with it.
Another week. It only seems like yesterday when walking around campus meant staring into the faces of overly-enthusiastic Freshers. It is of course another story at this stage, as that hung-over silence begins to spread itself across campus.
This editorial hopes to encourage those on the fence to fall our way and join the ranks of the Express
Just like the proverbial Fool, life for Motley hasn’t been easy. In the past few years, the magazine has been stilted in its production. We’ve had a bad start- but we’re working on it.
Mike McCarthy describes the sometimes surprising variety and quality of Cork’s music scene.