UL Video series: Meet the fashion lovers who are fighting back against 'fast fashion'

“If this generation doesn't fix it, there won’t be another generation”, warns Frances Fogarty, a Limerick College of Further Education fashion student, of fast fashion.


UL Video series: A female perspective of life in the Irish army

Only one in fifteen people in the Defence Forces are women according to figures released last year.


UL Video series: Meet the Offaly man with a world beating hen-sational tale

From as far back as fowl fanatic John Dolan can remember, the Banagher, Co. Offaly native has dreamed of producing one of the greatest chickens the world has ever seen.


UL Video series: Veganism is on the rise across the world and Limerick is no exception

Veganism has truly become one of the biggest trends worldwide and this is clear to see in the growing market for vegan food outlets in major cities like New York, London, Berlin and Dublin.


UL Video series: Period poverty in Ireland is a hidden but very much present problem

It’s one of the most hidden forms of poverty that is very much present in Ireland, affecting thousands of people across the country on a daily basis.


UL Video series: It's time Ireland recognised the artistic and cultural merit of hurley makers like Willie Bulfin

In a small workshop in Bruff, the ancestral birthplace of John F. Kennedy, Willie Bulfin crafts a tool that predates history, the hurley.


UL video series: The signing system giving those with intellectual disabilities a helping 'Lámh'

You may have seen glimpses of a hybrid Irish Sign language pop-up on Instagram, however the fringe communication system Lámh, used by people with intellectual disabilities, is becoming more mainstream.


Video journalism partnership between Irish Examiner and UL gives students a national platform

The University of Limerick and the Irish Examiner have launched a video journalism competition which will see course work produced by UL students’ broadcast to a national audience.