“We have seen the radical student movement reawaken”: USI’s Student Achievement Awards Ireland

On Thursday 2nd May, students and student organisations were awarded for their work on campus and in their local communities over the last academic year.

A Journey Westward: Community and conservation in Oaxaca, Mexico

Bee Milne-Thompson writes about their experience working in an ecological part in Oaxaca, Mexico, on an EIL Ireland Scholarship.

Viewing Culture Projects Consciously: Museums and Soft Power in the U.A.E.

Ella Burkett critically analyses the origins and intentions of new culture projects built in the United Arab Emirates.

Finding dignity in food poverty

Erin Hirst explores food poverty in Ireland and worldwide, and how agency and dignity can be restored through food banks.

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