Three ways to get involved in college activism

Three ways to get involved in college activism

It’s not all about partying; college is the perfect time to become engaged in social activism. As we gear up for the new college year in September, it’s never been easier to start getting involved. 1. Join societies. College campuses are abound with fun...
Take a Stand this month against period poverty

Take a Stand this month against period poverty

Period poverty is a growing problem in Ireland. It can be an off putting topic for some, but the fact is that women and trans men who are homeless or living in hardship cannot afford sanitary products, which can be dangerous to health and take away a person’s...
Villain of the month: Disposable coffee cups

Villain of the month: Disposable coffee cups

Billions of take away coffee cups are thrown away worldwide each year, with only 1 in 400 recycled. Stop the pollution and landfill waste by asking your local coffee shop to switch to compostable take away cups, which are easily ordered in Ireland from printedcups....
Be a bright spark: Plug out and save

Be a bright spark: Plug out and save

We all need to charge our phones, but how many of us leave the charger plugged in after we’re done? Chargers left turned on at the socket will draw between 0.25 and 0.5 watts of electricity, which in an average household with multiple chargers left in could add...
The Culture Clinic: Engaging communities

The Culture Clinic: Engaging communities

What? Laragh Pittman’s Culture Clinic is a space for conversation and creativity that encourages all of us to be part of a changing culture in Ireland. Who? Everyone is welcome to attend the clinic, with the aim to bring together a wide range of people from the local...