Can Eating Healthy Cost You Less?

YES Éamonn Grennan There’s a smack of cold reality upon starting to actively try to ‘adult’ when taking the first steps away from a parent’s home for college or work. Inevitably, the strain of getting three substantial meals a day, multiple days in a row, all of which should nourish all your bodily needs, throws another spanner into the works of our hard earned independence. … Continue reading Can Eating Healthy Cost You Less?

From Food to Fame: The Rise of Internet Sensation James Kavanagh

Sadhbh Sullivan Dublin-based social media star James Kavanagh has quickly earned his place at the top table of Ireland’s leading influencers within the past two years. In an era saturated by bloggers and social media users eager to rise to the top, the Snapchat sensation’s path to fame has been both unique and unexpected. Having followed James for the past year, I was eager to … Continue reading From Food to Fame: The Rise of Internet Sensation James Kavanagh

C’est la Vegan

Sorcha Lanigan dispels the myth of the lute playing vegan For some, veganism is a decision made to benefit personal and ethical beliefs, and for others it’s more of a self­congratulatory label that people are quick to roll their eyes at. The old joke: “how do you know if someone is a vegan? Don’t worry, they’ll f**king tell you,” is something a friend says she … Continue reading C’est la Vegan

Go Veggie this National Vegetarian Week

With National Vegetarian Week upon us, Ellen Desmond gives some tips for anyone interested in quitting carnivorism  This week sees Ireland attempt to give vegetarianism some much needed press time. Being a strict vegetarian in Ireland is sometimes difficult, especially at the beginning, and even more so for a student. If you’re unprepared you’ll find that avoiding meat won’t automatically fit in with the culture … Continue reading Go Veggie this National Vegetarian Week

Five Best Places to Grab a Hipster Coffee in Cork

Winter blues getting you down? Fear not, Motley has your study breaks justified. 5. Café Serendipity Okay, we may be picking this one because it’s very pretty but you’ll be pressed to find a more adorable place in Cork to stop for a cuppa. And the food’s not bad either – though a full meal will be a little expensive on a student budget. Café Serendipity … Continue reading Five Best Places to Grab a Hipster Coffee in Cork