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The topics that inspire, interest and provoke Griffith journalism students cover a vast array of issues. The links below to The Circular are just a flavour of what Griffith students are writing about right now from Charlie Hedbo, same sex marriage to how to wake up earlier and man bags.

 

Do Irish people know the difference between breaking the law and fighting for justice? by Michael Mackey

With recent attacks on the European Press, the EU Needs New Laws Protecting Reporters and the Traditional Media by Scot Tanner

To be a same sex couple: Ireland is going to have a referendum on same sex marriage by Cagda Erzincan

In light of what happened at Charlie Hebdo, is there any place for Ireland’s blasphemy law in a modern European democratic society? by Michael Mackey

SPORT

Six Nations Clash: Ireland and England’s Battle with the Media by Robyn Gleeson

Image: Ireland fans celebrate their victory at the final whistle following their 18-11 win over France. Photo Credit: Scot Bailey

Six Nations Clash: Ireland and England’s Battle with the Media by Robyn Gleeson

Where to go to Ski in France? by Emeline Paillasseur

Sport is a cut-throat business, friendships simply don’t exist by Ryan Bailey

Ireland v France: The last five meetings in Dublin by Ciaran Fallon

Five reasons why Real Madrid fans shouldn’t boo Gareth Bale by James McGlade

CULTURE

The 10 Best Movies of 2014 Ignored By The Oscars by Ruairi Scott Byrne

Image: The Academy Awards – Photo Credit: Rachel/Flickr

The 10 Best Movies of 2014 Ignored By The Oscars by Ruairi Scott Byrne

The Quarter-Life Crisis: Struggling To Survive As A Twenty-Something Year-Old by Susan Knox

Top 10 toughest things to give up for Lent by Jeanne Measom

Asia Special: Asian’s Christmas, Chinese New Year – The year of Goat/ Sheep 2015 (Sign of Chinese Zodiac) by Cheryl Lo

Technology and social media – good for society or bad for our health? by Michael Mackey

LIFE & STYLE

Finding out How to Make the Perfect Cup a Tea in Ireland by Scott Tanner

Finding out How to Make the Perfect Cup a Tea in Ireland by Scott Tanner

How to Wake Up Earlier by Hayley Kenner

The Top Five Dietary Misconceptions by Robyn Gleeson

A Guide to Public Pooping by Richard Murphy

My husband and his handbag – gay or european? by Jeanne Measom

Mental Health in the Workplace – Don’t Mind the Gap by Jacquie Ryan

COMMENT

A Positive Economy for a Better World by Louise Prevost

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A Positive Economy for a Better World by Louise Prevost

RAG Week should be about the charities, not just about the parties by Laura Hunt

The elderly are the victims of Ireland’s health crisis by Caoimhe Rooney

GRIFFITH COLLEGE

Griffith College: Improving your English skills – or else? by Tiphaine Paucot-Landelle

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Griffith College: Improving your English skills – or else? by Tiphaine Paucot-Landelle

The Seven People You Will Meet at a Record Store by Robyn Gleeson

RADIO

Pat Kenny Interviewed on Griff FM by John O’Donovan

Pat Kenny Interviewed on Griff FM by John O’Donovan

What Makes Radio Go Viral? by Eleanor Mannion

Radio: First Human on Mars could be Transgender by Matthias Ritters

 

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