A Portrait of an Actor as a Young Man – Robert Sheehan

by Emer Walsh    Amidst his busy schedule enlightening viewers of the Earth Locker Podcast, preparing for the third season of the spectacular Umbrella Academy, befriending a ferret, and enriching his inner-consciousness through a journey of meditation, the wonderful Robert Sheehan and Motley’s Emer Walsh discuss morality, their ideal dinner-party guests, and how truly class Cork is.    It was as recent as September that … Continue reading A Portrait of an Actor as a Young Man – Robert Sheehan

We Need To Reimagine the College Experience

Deputy Editor-in-Chief, Molly Kavanagh, questions whether or not the narrative of the “typical college experience” is healthy in relation to our expectations for housing. When I was in my first year of college, I lived in a student accommodation complex managed by UCC. Less than a week after I moved in, a male maintenance worker let himself into my bedroom, completely unannounced, at nine o’clock … Continue reading We Need To Reimagine the College Experience

The Romantic Green Party’s Dead and Gone, It Is Now Time That We Moved On

Motley’s Niamh Browne and Emer Walsh take a look at the transformation of Ireland’s Green Party and explain why it is time to ghost them just like they did their progressive cause.  The Green Party has always been a safe option for the liberal voter concerned with the environment and sustainability.  One such voter was Motley’s own Niamh Browne who wrote an article advocating for … Continue reading The Romantic Green Party’s Dead and Gone, It Is Now Time That We Moved On

The Power Of Uncertainty

Chloe Harte navigates the murky waters of an uncertain life-path, and chooses to find strength in the unpredictable As university students, we occupy a transitional space. No longer are our days symmetrically divided into morning, break, afternoon, lunch, after-lunch timeslots, and yet, we have not reached a completely autonomous stage. Living with parents, or being financially dependent, we cannot pretend that we occupy the societal … Continue reading The Power Of Uncertainty