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Cancun Climate conference was a missed opportunity

Sean Roberti.
The outcome of the recent UN climate change conference, in Cancun, Mexico, was a disappointing one.

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FF Auditor’s apology should be welcomed

FF Auditor’s apology should be welcomed

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Church structures facilitated abuse of power

Luke Dineen

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End of civil war politics could pave way for true left-right divide

The results of our General Election suggest that the end may be nigh for civil war politics in Ireland, but only time will tell, writes Sarah Slevin.

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Honan in on student issues

Current Affairs Editor Adam Dinan talks to Students’ Union President elect Ben Honan

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Women’s Aid launch youth violence awareness campaign

Audrey Ellard Walsh

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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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Inaugural Disability Awareness Week deemed to be a success

Cathal Brennan

UCC’s inaugural Disability Awareness Week was held on campus recently. From the 31st of January to the 3rd of February, a number of events were run around the university to spread awareness of physical disabilities and the challenges met by those who have them.

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UCC R&G Week in full swing

The Rubber Bandits are set to headline this year’s annual Raise and Give (R&G) Week. Starting yesterday afternoon with ‘Cupid’s Love Booth’ at midday, UCC’s own version of Take Me Out and Moulin Rouge, R&G week has gone down a storm so far.

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High student turnout hoped for after registration drive

Student representatives are optimistic a high proportion of students will participate in the upcoming general election, which the Union of Students in Ireland is keen to remind voters will be the government responsible for deciding the future of tuition fees and other university issues.

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