Dublin City University student Gabija Gataveckaite has been named Journalist of the Year at the 19th annual Student Media Awards tonight.
Two of Ireland’s great soccer academies battle for glory today as UCC and UCD meet in the Irish Universities Collingwood Cup final at Maynooth University (2.30pm).
Warner Bros. Ireland has awarded a scholarship to Miriam Devitt, an MA Screenwriting student at the National Film School at Dublin’s Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology (IADT).
There’s a fear around homeschooling that the child will find it hard to fit in at third level. Not true, writes Georgina O’Halloran as she meets families whose children blossomed afterwards
Warner Bros Ireland has announced the winner of their second scholarship as Ciarán Dooley of IADT Dun Laoghaire.
Two short moviestelling stories light years apart have shared the honours at a schools’ film awards.
The glitterati of young movie makers will be out in strength this week as Munster schools make up almost half of the 24 in the running for Ireland’s junior Oscars.
Teenagers are increasingly at risk of sexual violence from people their own age and it is migrating online, a conference on cyberbullying heard at the weekend.
For four days next week, the work of a bevy of young artists will be promoted at the Elysian, writes Colette Sheridan
Building work is set to start on a new €30m building project at St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, after Tánaiste and Education Minister Mary Coughlan approved the contract for the project this week.
IT’S the cost of doing business, stupid, and not rip offs by the retail sector that’s driving up the cost of food.
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