What You’d Expect From The Worst Of Twitter: Persona 5

Persona 5’s problem? Cyberbullying, writes Warren Daly   Persona 5 confuses me. Or more accurately, its reputation confuses me. Imagine if you were to wake up in a world where Ant-Man was not only considered the one of best super-hero movies but also one of the greatest movies ever. It’s a seven out of ten […]

Morning Coffee

    MORNING COFFEE – Matthew Moynihan I drink in your eyes like my morning coffee rousing myself from my monotonous slumber.    I frantically boil the kettle of your affections over and over  spent steam rising and dissipating in my  lungs.    I’m done with the instant formulation.   I let your joie de […]

Feature Editor’s Edit

Dear (unfortunate) reader, For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Méabh and I’ve been the Features and Opinion Editor for this year of Motley.  It’s been a big one.   When I first got the role, I was expecting to have to write lots and beg for pieces even more.  I […]

The Kids Are Alright

[espro-slider id=16585]     Photographer: Luka Phelan Stylist: Alex O’Donovan Models: Aoife Corkery, Ryan Flynn, Clare Hurley With thanks to The Raven, Cork Model in cover option: Aoife Corkery

For One Last Time

    Something that has never failed to amaze me is just how much the world changes, in ways both big and small, between the release of each monthly issue of Motley. Holding the position of editor gives you a unique view of that world, as you respond to those changes everyday. Something you don’t […]

Seeing & Believing: Sexual Assault on University Campuses Highlighted in USI Survey

Current Affairs Editor Alana Daly Mulligan breaks down the findings of the NUI Galway’s Active* Consent Programme’s Sexual Experiences Survey.  It is hard to know where to start with this topic due to its emotive, uncomfortable, vast, and terrifyingly fastened-to-silence methodology, we are still a country too afraid of our sexual assaults and assaulters to speak about them. […]