Give back, get back

Getting involved with societies is integral to many students’ college life, however, for many of us, the thought of having to commit extra hours to clubs and societies, on top of our already hectic schedules, is one we really don’t need as we try to balance jobs , a social life and scraping that elusive […]

Alternative ways to get to Electric Picnic

With the tickets selling out in five minutes and costing a hefty €240, it’s no surprise that many have found themselves short of a pass to Ireland’s biggest music festival. But fear not, for, in the words of my guidance counsellor looking at my CAO application, there’s always another way in. Whether you’re in want […]

A place they call home

  “Everything he owned was there and burned with it. He watched, helpless, as it burned, and all he could hear was the teenagers laughing.”   A couple of weeks ago, one of our clients had his tent set on fire by a group of teenagers. His tent was his home and having been moved […]

Deconstructing Disneyland

Meet the students from Notre Dame who balance their studies with placements in Dublin’s marginalised communities

The Grand Voluntour

Jack Hogan separates the volunteering wheat from the voluntouring chaff.

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