Maeve McTaggart analyses the first leaders’ debate of #GE2020 where talk of healthcare and housing dominated, complemented by a cringe-worthy moment on cannabis use. Joined at the hip under a confidence-and-supply agreement since 2016, the separation of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael was not to come at the Virgin Media studios on Wednesday night. Pat Kenny’s Big Debate was to be a head-to-head, without the … Continue reading General Election 2020: The debate of cannabis, crime and no clear winners.
Hamza Khan, is a 20-year-old computer science student. Bright, hardworking, and having won a sanctuary scholarship to study in UCC, there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that this is absolutely where he belongs. However, Hamza’s family will not be able to stay in the community they enrich, the Khan family are being refused asylum. They will have to go to the UK next week … Continue reading The shocking and unjust proposed removal of a UCC student from Ireland. What you can do to help Hamza Khan?
What is anxiety? Where does it come from? What symptoms can we watch out for? Ciara Lone answers these questions and highlights ways you can find help if you are suffering. “Whatever you’re feeling, be good to yourself. If you feel lost, be patient with yourself while you find your way” – Lori Deschene In our current world we are overexposed to a ridiculous … Continue reading AN ANXIOUS MIND
“Nobody is going to say anything?” erupted an audience member at a comedy show attended by Harvey Weinstein earlier this month before being escorted off the premises. The question and its reaction made Maeve McTaggart wonder – after #MeToo, where does all the power lie? To The New York Times in late 2017, actress Ashley Judd recalled a 1996 hotel room encounter with … Continue reading Power-Shift or Placebo? – Two Years on from #MeToo
Motley Editor-In-Chief Dan Webb and Features Editor Méabh Lonergan sit down with two of Cork’s most dedicated charities to discuss the work they do coming up to Christmas, and all year round The Society of St Vincent De Paul Here’s a name we are sure quite a lot of us have known ever since we were kids. The Society of St Vincent De Paul … Continue reading Charities in Cork: The True Spirit of Christmas
Societies Spotlight Welcome! Here’s Societies Spotlight #2! Again, we have so many activities happening over the next few weeks! Don’t be afraid to get involved with our societies here in UCC. With exams coming up, it’s great to take a break and try something new. Time flies when you’re in college, so it is important to make the most of it while you can! … Continue reading Societies Spotlight: Issue 2