UCC Counselling UCC provides up to six free counseling sessions for students, and you can make an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. This service is entirely free of charge and conveniently located on UCC’s main campus- the only factors to take into consideration are the fact that the wait times can occasionally be quite long due […]
Following the Supreme Court’s ruling on the ESB’s negligence to UCC regarding the 2009 floods that summer, Motley’s Current Affairs Staff Writer Brendan O’Grady examines the case as a clear example of the climate change our world is facing, right on the banks of our very own own river. Climate change is edging its way […]
Ramya Baskaran discusses the climate emergency and how seriously we should be taking it. It’s a common consensus that our world needs help. Mother Nature is in distress. She needs her children to understand this and act upon the climate emergency. Is it finally time? The climate emergency is different from climate change. Climate change […]
No Airs, just Grace: MEP Grace O’Sullivan’s meteoric rise as a leading force for activist politics in Europe.
Current Affairs Editor Alana Daly Mulligan talks to MEP Grace O’Sullivan about Food Security, Brexit, the oceans and youth engagement with politics. Grace O’Sullivan is somewhat of a local celebrity in Tramore, Co. Waterford. Starting at 21 as an environmentalist with Greenpeace, she’s travelled the world protecting the planet, been deported from Haiti (among other […]
Rebeckah McCarthy speaks to the effervescent duo Kevin and PJ of the “I’m Grand Mam” podcast about living it large in London, gaining a cult following and how podcasters as influencers have a duty to use their platform to call for greater eco-consciousness. I’m Grand Mam is a podcast that was created by two fabulous […]