5 European Christmas Markets Worth Seeing

Leah Driscoll inspires some seriously festive wanderlust. With chalets stocked full of gluhwein and enormous snow-dusted pine trees, the cities of Europe host the Christmas season better than any other continent can. There are countless stunning markets to choose from, but this list may inspire you to book a last-minute festive getaway. Vienna, Austria Vienna contains one of the best-known and most-visited Christmas markets in … Continue reading 5 European Christmas Markets Worth Seeing

A Poor Girl’s Guide to Copenhagen

Leah Driscoll’s best tips for a weekend away on a shoestring budget The meagre holiday budget of a student and a trip to what is known as one of Europe’s most expensive cities probably isn’t the most logical of combinations. In fact, I probably should have checked that out before I spontaneously booked a flight to Copenhagen – Denmark’s capital and my home for the … Continue reading A Poor Girl’s Guide to Copenhagen

Rugby World Cup Diary: Part One

Words: Killian Down During the summer of 1994, an unruly mob of whiskey-slicked Irish soccer fans were unloaded onto American soil to bear witness to one of Ireland’s rare forays into the World Cup. Joining them was a member of the O’Connor clan of Glenageary, Dublin, a family best-known for producing the enigmatic Sinéad. It was not however Sinéad who was sent to chronicle the … Continue reading Rugby World Cup Diary: Part One