From Quakerism to Quasars

From Quakerism to Quasars, this is the extraordinary story of Jocelyn Bell Burnell.    Jocelyn Bell Burnell is a small, striking woman. The thing about impressive people is they don’t have to work hard to impress you, or at least it doesn’t seem like they work hard to impress people. She is serious looking, tidy and very very clever. Every word is weighed and carefully … Continue reading From Quakerism to Quasars

UCC’S Toilets – Ranked

    You all asked, and we listened: Eilís Cooney takes us on a trip around UCC’s favourite facilities. Ed note: this piece nor its author is in no way affiliated with the Instagram account @anotherdirtytoilet or its admin. In fact, this has been in my inbox since September, only Eilís provided us with too much information to contain in one article, and we’ve been … Continue reading UCC’S Toilets – Ranked

The shocking and unjust proposed removal of a UCC student from Ireland. What you can do to help Hamza Khan?

  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?

Exam Season

Motley Staff Writer Sadhbh Sullivan gives you some tips on how to cope in an exam situation, and what to do leading up to an exam With the excitement of Christmas comes the fear of exam season. They say ‘time flies when you’re having fun,’ but unfortunately, it also flies when you’re not. In the depths of each winter, I find myself wondering how exactly … Continue reading Exam Season