Fighting the rising tides

  Cork city has experienced regular and violent flooding for many years. The southern city is built on gravel and sand, and works like a big sponge. It sits on islands and marsh, right where the river Lee meets the ocean. During storm surges, heavy rainfall, and high tides, the groundwater beneath the city rises […]

Comforting the fear: Polar Express mystery tour proves to be a cosy night in Cork

  “Having arrived frantically to Heuston, I was greeted by a massive queue of onesie clad young people.” I have managed to survive 20 years of Irish existence without ever being subjected to a mystery tour. I said no to the Potter Express; ney to Masquerail. The idea has always terrified me; trapped for hours […]

Pink Training – a weekend of insightful workshops and lip-sync battles

Pink Training, a crash course in LGBTQ issues held by USI in University College Cork over the last weekend of November, consisted of a series of workshops, talks and social events for LGBTQ students and allies, from Non-Binary 101 to Queer Sex Ed to Debunking Bisexual Stereotypes. The event was attended by around 300 students, […]

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