"70th USHA Collegiates Nationals in Tucson, Arizona, February 22nd - 26th Well done to all the players who travelled to Tucson Arizona back in February and represented UL ? ?Ladies Open Singles Champion~ Niamh Heffernan ?Ladies Open Doubles Champions ~ Niamh Heffernan/Sinead Meagher ?Ladies A Champion ~ Cliona Dunning dft. ?Ladies Open 9-16 Winner~ Cliodhna O’Connell ?Mens A2 Champion ~ Cian O’Donnell ?Congrats to everyone who participated throughout the week! ?Huge thanks to the ICHA and USHA for a great tournament! Till next year ???"
"Belfast RoundupWell done to all UL players who played in Belfast back in January ?? ?Womens Open Winner Niamh Heffernan dft. Cuileann Bourke ?Womens C Winner Aoife Guildea dft. Laura Tuohey ?Mens A Winner Rory Grace dft. Peter Donohue ?Mens C Runner Up Conor Owens dft. Adam O’SheaWell done to everyone who participated represented UL throughout the weekend! "
"To finish out a successful competition season full of firsts, UL Fencing sent two full teams to its first ever foil-only competition, the Crossbones Foil hosted by UCC. Both teams fenced well and had an amazing time, but the team of Joey Corbett, Cathal Kelly, and Kanvar Murray distinguished themselves further by placing third and bringing home an extremely hard-earned bronze medal! Many, many congratulations to them!"
"Three UL fencers made their way to Galway to compete in this year's West of Ireland Open, representing our club across both days of the competition and all three weapons. Marika Fox competed in Women's Sabre, Joey Corbett in Men's Épée, and Kevin Ryan in both Men's Foil and Men's Sabre. Everyone fenced well, and Kevin (in foil) and Marika both placed in the top 16 of their events!"
"One of our members, Marika Fox, joined a team to compete in the Trinity Cup competition in Dublin. She fenced for Women's Foil in this unique competition that requires six-person teams representing each possible gender/weapon combination. The collaborative effort between UL, UCC, and UCD fencers placed 7th overall!"
"Three members of UL Fencing travelled to Trinity College in Dublin for their Dublin Épée competition this year, with Joey Corbett competing in the Men's Épée event and Marika Fox and Rachel O'Malley entering the Women's Épée. A great time was had by all, and extra congrats goes to Joey for winning his first Direct Elimination match and climbing up the national Épée rankings! Awesome job!"
"UL Fencing made our first ever appearance this year at a senior open competition for sabre, travelling to Dublin for UCD's Belfield Sabre. Cathal Kelly and Nico Violot competed in the men's team and individual events, and Marika Fox did the same for the women's events. To add to the excitement of this accomplishment, Marika's team placed third and earned a bronze medal! Congrats to all!"
"The UL Wolves Fencing Club embarked on a thrilling adventure for their end-of-year social by visiting an escape room. Led by our dedicated member, Cathal, the club organized the outing, bringing together a large group of fencers. We divided into two teams, with my own team proudly adopting the name "Deep Fried Mars Bars." the best possible name. In a dungeon-themed room, our team swiftly solved the puzzles and escaped in record time. Meanwhile, the other team encountered a more challenging classroom-themed room that required extra effort and time. Regardless of the outcome, we all had a fantastic time, strengthening our bonds as a team through this exhilarating end-of-year activity."
"In an exciting development for the UL Wolves Fencing Club, a new chapter unfolded as they ventured into the world of foil fencing. During a regular training session, the club's sabre coach, Marika Fox, generously offered to provide training in foil for anyone interested. To their delight, a significant number of members eagerly seized the opportunity. Under Marika's guidance, they learned the basics of foil fencing and dedicated an hour to practice. The session culminated in an incredibly enjoyable game of pirates, adding a thrilling twist to their newfound foil skills. This pivotal moment marked the club's transition into a full-fledged three-sword club, with many members, including myself, embracing the foil . The expanded repertoire promises exciting journeys and achievements for the UL Wolves Fencing Club in the realm of fencing."
"At the beginning of the semester, the UL Wolves Fencing Club held its Annual General Meeting (AGM). Members gathered to discuss important matters and set the direction for the upcoming months. The AGM provided an opportunity to elect new club officials, review and approve the budget, and discuss plans for training, competitions, and social events. It was a productive and collaborative meeting, setting the stage for an exciting and successful semester ahead for the club."
"It has been another amazing year with OPC - from weekly sessions to weekend trips, trips abroad to competitions and a record number of members- we've had it all this year! Here are some of the highlights:Foreign TripsWith one foreign trip down and two to go, we're having a great year exploring the globe! Some of our lucky members took a trip to El Churro in Spain during the Easter break this year. It was a great trip filled with learning, climbing and craic, and everyone came back wanting more. With the trip focus mainly being to build rope skills and get some sport climbing in - it was a challenging yet very, very fun experience for the lovely people that went out (and you can see the highlights on the UL Wolves Instagram!)Coming up are our Summer trips - El Camino and Alps! Our Camino trips is going to be the club's first trip focused solely on hiking. It will be pretty intense with an average of 30km covered a day on the famous route - but promises great views and good company.Our annual Alps trip to Chamonix is coming up in June and is expected to be an amazing time (as it always is). The trip will allow members to push themselves on a range of different activities like sport climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering and hiking!Weekend TripsThis year we had four incredibly fun weekend trips - with Letterfrack making its comeback for the first time since it was rudely interrupted by a certain pandemic, a Fairhead trip and of course the classics Brandon and Glendalough!These trips provided our members with lifelong friendships, great stories and amazing memories - from fancy dress at Bandon to camping alongside sheep at Fairhead, the only downside to these trips is that there's not more of them! CompetitionsWe got in some great comp practice this year - sending teams out to both orienteering and climbing intervarsity competitions. And getting in some bigger national comps like G-Force!TrainingWe've been able to provide our members with plenty of training and gained lots of new supervisors and leaders in the club with qualifications in first aid, instructing and mountain skills being handed out by Mountaineering Ireland to many of our members.Themed Events & Social NightsWe've had plenty of great events and social nights this semester with Women's Nights at the wall, Valenclimbs, our Hallowe'en climbing sessions and our UV Night standing out among the many fun events that we hosted this year."
"The University of Limerick’s Consulting & Entrepreneurship society had an extremely eventful year focusing on building stronger bonds while also looking to explore new spaces. Our goal for the past academic year was to encourage each and every member to embrace the abundance of opportunities, both locally and nationally and challenge themselves to make their mark on the society. From small confidence building tasks to complex case problems, the hard work and consistent effort has undoubtedly helped members from a wide range of disciplines, gain skills that will be of great importance for whatever career they decide to pursue upon completing their studies at UL.The tried and tested social Christmas and Easter events were as popular as ever, but our introduction of sustainability-based events proved to be a success amongst students and staff, it provided the opportunity for student needs to be highlighted in a manner that would be beneficial to the campus, while also providing the experience to operate as a consultant would. We hope that the winners’ recommendations will be implemented over the coming years. Free pizza proved to be a big hit with students and resulted in continued high engagement for our competitions and we hope to maintain this trend for years to come! The UL sustainability hub and Postgraduate Student’s Union (PSU) assisted us in running innovation competitions and we hope to continue to keep these as yearly events on our calendars along with our ever successful 52start entrepreneurial event. It is always inspiring and encouraging to see students constantly look to improve and innovate to build a better world around us. Our guest speaker series have always been in high demand, and this remained the case this year. We had Chris Kelly, CEO of Tracworx, David O’Beirne, head of solutions at Ericsson and Joe Hennigan from Receipt Relay all come to discuss their career journeys throughout the academic year and these visits were crucial in helping students prepare for the numerous competitions culminating in UL’s student entrepreneur of the year acting as our last main event of the academic year.Our affiliation to the ISCG has continued to be of great value to all of our members. We were engaged in client projects that proved to be a valuable experience and a great challenge to assist the companies in their required capacity. Several members attended the student sustainable thinking and leadership summit in Deloitte HQ at the start of 2023, meeting and discussing important topics with numerous other ISCG members and gaining valuable experience from the day. Our branch representatives also enjoyed a successful day in Dublin at the ISCG national intervarsitites with our very own Pragya Sharma winning best speaker on the day. The regional round in UL was an extremely tight affair and this high standard undoubtedly helped to send our best possible team to compete in Dublin. We hope that we can improve our overall result for next year’s event and take the title back to Limerick! We established greater links around UL, receiving improved support in promoting our brand and helping to encourage and provide support to students with entrepreneurial ideas, ensuring they would be assisted in taking the first few bold steps or those looking to get an early start into the world of consulting. In the Limerick area we were able to create several partnerships. We have highlighted the importance of engaging in the local community and will look to build upon further partnerships next year. We have done so much, but there is also so much more to do! I look forward to seeing what the current and future members will look to bring to the society. The future of this society is undoubtedly bright, due to the large engagement from the students and credit must be given to the effort and commitment of each member on a weekly basis. I hope that UL’s Consulting & Entrepreneurship society can continue to build and grow within the university and our members continue to push their ideas and creative mindsets. I would like to thank the entire committee for all of their hard work in making the past year such a successful endeavor and I wish next year’s committee the very best of luck in their efforts for the period ahead.If you would like to make any suggestions for events for the coming year or would be interested in a role with the committee for next year please email firstname.lastname@example.org or slide into our DM's on instagram @ ul_ces."
"Thanks to everyone who came to our 2023 AGM on Wednesday, April 12th! We hosted our AGM/Info night to give members a chance to vote in next year's committee and find out more about what OPC has planned for the coming weeks and months. Our activities were explained, our plans for the upcoming semester were shown, and finally, after a tense wait for some, our new committee members were able to battle it out for positions and were voted in, We then headed to Scholars for some finger food and the chats after the elections. This gave everyone a chance to catch up and even meet some new people. It was great to see some older members who've now left the college stop by to say hello. Again, thank you everyone for coming along and making it a great night and congrats to all of our new committee!"
"There are so many reasons to join our wonderful club, here are just a few: Get Active, Get Fit, Get Outdoors! Of course, joining an outdoor club is a great way to get out in nature - It helps to maintain your motivation to get outside, and is an accessible way to explore different types of outdoor activities. But there are also so many not-so-obvious benefits to joining the club that make it easier to get outdoors – routes are planned out, lifts are organised (this has the added benefit of reducing environmental impact with less cars having to travel to hiking, climbing and caving spots), and there’s gear to avail of! Meet Like-Minded People. OPC will allow you to find a community! Meeting people with shared interests and values can be hard, but luckily there are plenty of friendly faces in OPC just as keen to get out in the outdoors. It’s a great way to find adventuring partners – and life-long friends! Explore Ireland (And the World!) Getting out on OPC hikes and trips is a fantastic way to see so many different parts of the country! Whether you’re an international student, or you’ve never left the country, you’ll be sure to see parts of Ireland you never have before. Our trips abroad bring our members to amazing places and leave them with some mega stories to tell. With trips to El Churro in Spain, the French Alps, Scotland, and many more epic spots around the globe being visited by our members (and subsidised by the club) it’s hard to imagine why you wouldn’t want to join OPC! Access to Gear Outdoor gear is expensive (?), joining OPC allows you to get out into nature - safely and on a student budget. This also allows members to try and test new types of gear they otherwise wouldn’t use and get to places they wouldn’t be able to access without it. Access to the UL Climbing Wall We’re very lucky to have both the only speed wall in the country, and the tallest roped climbing wall in the country right on our campus. OPC members get free access to this amazing facility three times a week to climb, train and have the craic! Build on Your Skills & Learn New Ones Whether you’re a total beginner or have spent years in outdoor sports there’s always more to learn. OPC offers safety in numbers – there are so many experienced members with various qualifications and a lot of enthusiasm to pass on their knowledge. On top of this, loads of training courses are run through OPC in collaboration with Mountaineering Ireland, with plenty of qualifications being awarded to members throughout the years in various training, safety and coaching courses. Push Yourself! OPC allows you to step out of your comfort zone in a supportive and safe environment. Getting outside can be intimidating when you’re unsure what you’re doing, but with the wealth of knowledge in the club, access to gear, and the amazing and encouraging friends you’ll make as a member of OPC it’s hard not to get psyched and test yourself!"
"The University of Limerick Vikings haved off their regular season in American Football Ireland Division 1 where they have left off from their Inter Varsities. The American Football Club have amassed a perfect 5-0 record which has been built on a strong running game and no-nonsense Defence. The current crop of Vikings has a great blend of experience and new players. With standout performances coming from Running Back Aidan Maher and Quarterback Fin O’Donovan who each have 6 Rushing TDs. Not to be out done on the defensive side of the field Defensive End Rob Browne continuing his fine form that seen him being selected for The Irish Wolfhounds European Qualifier last year terrorizing the oppositions Offence. 1st Year Student Conor Kelly is quickly building a reputation of a Defensive Ball Hawk leading the team with 3 interceptions and one of the key elements to our successful run game has come from 1st Year Student John O’Dwyer who has become a vital member of the O-Line. The goal for the club is to go one step further than last year and win Div. 1 and regain our status in the top Division of American Football Ireland. The club is always looking for new members, players, and coaches."
"Things are changing in the UL Archery Club! Normally we run our AGM and elect our new committee in semester one, but we decided that for the benefit of the club, we would vote in our new core positions before the end of the academic year. This is so that our current core committee can wind down and teach the incoming committee how to fulfill their roles. They will step into their roles officially in September. Without further ado waffling, please welcome our new committee!President - Lauren MoriartyCaptain - Brian CarrollTreasurer - Dervla RyanSecretary - Ronan O'KanePRO - Ben WhelanHealth & Safety - Roko Strgar(NEW) Events Officer - Emilia ZiolekEquipment Officer - Andrew CoghlanISAA/AI Rep - Ciaran PradeepCongratulations to our new committee! We'll sadly be saying goodbye to some our graduating members but they will be back without a doubt :)There will be more committee positions available at the September AGM for those interested, like Advisors, OCMs, and First Year Rep."
"Our members took part in the big shave or dye event for the second time! We raised €1,001 for this worthy cause and organized a shave or dye session. A huge thank you to Louna, Brian, Dervla, Odhran, Marcos, and Eoin who dyed their hair. We couldn't have done it either without our "professional" hair stylists Jade, Louna, Lauren, and Dervla. Big thanks to everyone who donated, hopefully, we get a bigger turnout next year! (you can still donate on our Instagram page @ularchery)"
"ULKC Presents: Suited & BootedSuited and Booted has been a fan favourite in the club, but the event has not run since pre-pandemic. As a club, we wanted to get this event back on the calendar for 2023. In the past, this event is simply a night of formal dress, usually set in Stables, Scholars or some other local venue, and is a night of socializing, live music and club bonding. This year, we wanted to do something a bit different, we wanted to make the event more of a fundraiser, and incorporate our club awards ceremony, to create a night of glamour, live music and inter-club bonding.The event was held in Cask, a live music venue in castletroy. Local talent Annabelle Toone was the opening act for the evening, performing live, from 8pm whilst all guests were arriving.Following Annabelle's performance, we proceeded with the club awards ceremony. These awards are a mix of acrediting the achievements within the club, but also the standout moments over the past semester. Here's the highlight of the main awards;Most ImprovedBest FresherThe Dermott Bannon AwardOnce the awards were out of the way, we collaborated with UL DJ Society, and acquired the services of Greg Shiels to provide music for us for the rest of the night. We threw in a few minigames, such as Mr&Mrs, along with raffles.The event was a huge success, having raised over €700 for the club!!!!!Huge thanks to everyone who came along and made the night possible."
"? New Committee Elected ?Congratulations to the new committee which has been elected for the 2023/2024 academic year. Chairperson: Liam HayesSecretary: Joseph MullaneyTreasurer: Kieran BarrettVice Chair: Ben CaffreyPRO: Rachel FoodyHSO: Katie SextonCovid Officer: Eimear CollinsBest of luck to all the members for the coming academic year. ?"
"-Stats from the weekend: - 44 swimmers entered over the weekend - 39 UL swimmers in the finals on Saturday - 7 Golds? - 6 Silvers ? - 7 Bronze? - At least 1 UL swimmer finished in the top 6 in all events and A finals over the weekend - Girls medley A&B team relay finished 2nd & 5th in the A Final - Girls freestyle A&B team relay finished 3rd & 6th in the A final - Boys Medley A team relay finished 3rd in the A final - Boys freestyle relay finished 4th in the A final - Girls overall winners with 248 points - Boys overall winners with 202 points - The overall university winner with 450 points (winning by 102.5 points) for 2023. - 14 UL Swimmers finished in the top 3 of their events therefore qualifying in the Celtic Nations Competition in the UK A massive thanks to our sponsers @avonprotein @monsterenergy @joebreen01 for suppling us with protein milk and monster over the weekend. Who knows… maybe this combo is our secret ingredient to winning. A huge thanks to @dcuswimming for hosting the competition and having it run so smoothly! @ul_sport @ul_studentlife @ulwolves"
"On April 1st, fifteen of UL's archers travelled to Belfast for the first time to compete in the ISAA Archery Finals. The team competed for two days with some outstanding results. The first day was the usual 60-arrow scoring and the second day was a fun shoot, where we competed in teams and had to shoot 8 arrows in 60 seconds. Sadly, we didn't win anything in the team shoot, but UU was very kind and gifted our club chocolates for coming to Belfast a couple of hours early to help set up the IV. At the end of the ISAA Indoor League, all scores are added up and we are very proud to announce that three women from our core committee won medals!Lauren Moriarty placed 2nd in Barebow Beginner FemaleEva West placed 2nd in Recurve Beginner Female Dervla Ryan placed 3rd in Recurve Intermediate Female Additionally, in the Intervarsity, Eva West placed 2nd RBF, Eoin Timlin placed 2nd RIO, and Dervla Ryan placed 3rd RIF. Well done everyone!"
"NOTICE OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE 32ND SESSION OF THEUNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK LAW SOCIETY DATE: Thursday 20 April 2023TIME: 6 pm VENUE: Courtyard Meeting Room All members are invited to attend the Law Society’s AGM which will take place Thursday 20 April at 6 pm in the Courtyard Meeting Room. Hustings for the Committee of the 33rd Session of the Society will be held; voting will open for a period of 24 hours following the AGM. A referendum to delete the constitutional provisions pertaining to the Plassey Law Review will also take place, details of this are listed below. An agenda for the AGM will be circulated in advance of the meeting, if any members have any points for discussion, please email email@example.com FAO President. Referendum: The Plassey Law Review was initially established as a sub-committee of the Law Society with the view of one day becoming its own independent group once a strong organisational structure of its own was established; the Plassey Law Review has now reached this point. Our Constitution currently provides for the Plassey Law Review as an objective of the Society under Article 3.6 and lists the Editor in Chief of the Plassey Law Review as a committee member under Article 5.1.11. These articles need to be deleted in order to reflect the independence of the Plassey Law Review. Elections: Below are the Job Specifications of the committee of the UL Law Society as per Article 6.1.4. of the Society Constitution. The Committee of the Society shall manage the business and affairs of the Society and the Committee shall be elected solely from the membership of the Society per Article 5.1. Any two of the officers holding a Committee Position shall be the Society’s representatives on the Clubs' and Societies' Council (CSC). To register your interest in being part of the Committee of the 33rd Session of the University of Limerick Law Society please email firstname.lastname@example.org FAO President detailing your interest and your chosen position by 5 pm Saturday 15 April 2023. Only current members may apply. Hustings will take place at our Annual General Meeting at 6 pm Thursday 20 April 2023. Any members who are currently on Erasmus, Co-op, or are otherwise unavailable to attend the AGM should specify this in their application. PRESIDENT (CORE)5.1.1. PresidentThe President must have completed at least one year of service on a previous session’s Committee. The President’s duties shall include the day-to-day management of the Society and the directing Society activities. The President shall chair all Committee and General Meetings of the Society. The President shall set the Society’s objectives at the beginning of each year. The President shall be responsible for overseeing the Society’s finances alongside the Treasurer. Where there is a division of opinion on the Committee in respect of direction, the President has executive authority to decide on the Society’s behalf. The President can serve a maximum of one term in office. The role of the President shall be fulfilled by one person only. 6.1.5. Manifesto of Candidates for President All candidates for President shall submit their manifestos for the year ahead to the Society within two days of a general meeting. These manifestos shall detail their vision for the Society and their objectives for the year ahead. WELFARE OFFICER (CORE)5.1.2. Welfare Officer The Welfare Officer shall be responsible for ensuring the welfare of all Society members and shall be a point of contact for any member with any difficulties. The Welfare Officer must be impartial. The said person shall be responsible for resolving inter committee disputes upon the request of the President or if the President is a party to a dispute. The Welfare Officer with the President is responsible for ensuring the Society is compliant with UL Student Life Clubs & Societies regulations. The Welfare Officer also serves as an Official Committee Member (OCM) and may be deputised from time to time to assist in executing the Society’s objectives.In the event that the President resigns or is impeached, the Welfare Officer shall serve as acting President until an Extraordinary General Meeting is convened within two weeks of the vacating of office. The role of the Welfare Officer shall be fulfilled by one person only. TREASURER (CORE)5.1.3. Treasurer The Treasurer’s duties shall include the maintenance of the Society’s accounts and the Society’s budget submission as well as the continuous updating of the online and hardcopy budget throughout the year. The Treasurer is to advocate financial concerns at meetings. The role of the Treasurer shall be fulfilled by one person only. SECRETARY (CORE)5.1.4. Secretary The Secretary shall be responsible for the management of all records of the Society. This includes the maintenance of all necessary documentation including the minutes of all General Meetings of the Society and Committee meetings. The Secretary shall organise room booking and manage committee business with the President. Furthermore, the Secretary shall be the registrar of the Society. The said officer is responsible for collecting membership and maintaining the UL Wolves Clubs & Societies website page. The role of the Secretary shall be fulfilled by one person only. PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER (CORE)5.1.5. Public Relations Officer The Public Relations Officer shall be responsible for ensuring that all Society events and activities are well advertised across the various different mediums including via email and social media. The Public Relations Officer is to issue weekly newsletters detailing the Society’s activities for the week ahead. This email is to be circulated by the School of Law. The Public Relations Officer is responsible for the external presentation of the Society and to advertise opportunities to members on social media. The role of the Public Relations Officer shall be fulfilled by one person only. ACADEMIC AND CAREERS OFFICER5.1.6. Academic & Careers Officer The Academic and Careers Officer shall be responsible for organising all academic and careers events, including the annual Careers Networking Evening as well as a number of academic workshops throughout the year. The Academic Officer will be required to co-ordinate with the Academic Director appointed by the School of Law. Furthermore, the Academic Officer is responsible for all activities outlined in Article 3.1 above. The role of the Academic and Careers Officer may be divided between no more than two people. CONFERENCE CONVENOR5.1.7. Conference Convenor The Conference Convenor shall be responsible for the organising of conferences and seminars. Their duties shall include booking venues and speakers for such events. The Conference Convenor must organise events which are of topical interest to members as outlined in Article 3.4 of the Constitution. The role of the Conference Convenor may be divided between no more than two people. MOOTING CONVENOR5.1.8. Mooting Convenor The Mooting Officer shall be responsible for organising all moot court activities. They shall organise the annual internal competition as well as arrange for competitors to travel to external events. The Mooting Officer shall also run a series of mooting workshops each academic year. The Mooting Officer will be required to co-ordinate with the Mooting Director appointed by the School of Law. The role of the Mooting Convenor may be divided between no more than two people. SPONSORSHIP CO-ORDINATOR 5.1.9. Sponsorship Co-ordinator The Sponsorship Co-ordinator shall be responsible for seeking sponsorship for Society activities. This role shall include drafting partnership proposals to law firms. The Sponsorship Coordinator has exclusive authority with the President over liaising with firms. The Sponsorship Co-ordinator must be available to carry out their duties during the summer months. This is a subcommittee role. The role of the Sponsorship Co-Ordinator may be divided between no more than two people. TRIPS AND SOCIAL EVENTS OFFICER5.1.10. Trips & Social Events Officer The Trips & Socials Officer shall be responsible for organising all Society outings both international and domestic. Moreover, the Trips & Socials Officer has exclusive responsibility for organising all social events with the exception of the Annual Law Ball, which shall be organised by the Committee. The role of the Trips and Social Events Officer may be divided between no more than two people."
"Wednesday, March 8th, was International Women's Day, and at OPC we decided to celebrate with our second women's climbing night of the year!It was an epic night with good music, even better vibes, snacks, craic and over 40 women in attendance. We had a team of amazing women instructing throughout the evening - leading group warm-ups, coaching technique, teaching rope skills, belaying and much more. After climbing there was a group yoga session led by one of our multi-talented instructors to help everyone cool down and stretch out tired muscles. After an evening of trying hard on the wall we went to Scholars for a social night. This was an amazing opportunity for the OPC gals to catch up with friends new and old and completed an already fantastic evening!"
"Google is hosting a virtual EMEA International Women’s Day 2023 Series on March 15-16 with a live streamed series of events featuring panels and talks highlighting the accomplishments and forward momentum of women technologists and their allies, and we invite you to join us. For this series, we will welcome the Women in Tech community across EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) to come together. You’ll be able to design your own agenda with topics relevant to your experience and interests, which may include:Navigating your career one door at a timePros of choosing a career in the STEM fieldImportance of sponsors and mentors in your development as a professional …and more!Based on your background and experience, we would love to invite you to register and to specifically tune in on the first day (March 15) where content is more focused on students and recent graduates. To register and view the full agenda please register here."
"Last week Dance UL visited Cork to take place in the Dance Intervarsities 2023, hosted by UCC at the Cork Opera House. It was a spectacular trip, with four teams of almost sixty dancers taking part: Contemporary, Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Irish. All dancers performed brilliantly, and proudly represented all of UL. We have uploaded photos of the trip as well as our Showcase in the Irish World Academy across our social media sites, so make sure to check them out!!"
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