Nintendo: Childishly Innovative

Andrew Burke discusses why Nintendo is so important for the gaming industry today.   The world of gaming is always evolving and adapting. Companies like Sony and Microsoft are constantly banging heads trying to make the more powerful console and provide the best exclusives. But we can all admit that these companies would be nowhere […]

Situationships: a hidden epidemic

Picture it: they’re your summer fling.  As the days grow longer and the sun stays in the sky, everything seems to be going right.  You meet up a few times, talk constantly and slowly you nurture the quiet fire of a crush in your stomach. You would give anything to stay this way, because you […]

The Art of Character: An Interview with Farmer Michael

Cailean Coffey interviews comedian Stevo Timothy on his recent success and personal struggles. It’s 2pm on a cold Tuesday afternoon. The phone rings, and with it comes the voice of one of Ireland’s most under-valued comics, Steve Timothy. It’s likely you’ve seen his work online, with his online videos garnering millions since he began releasing […]

The Coronavirus and the Media Organism: Infection, Transmission, Sensation

Matthew Moynihan shows how the Coronavirus has infected the mass media and how this live host is incubating dirty journalism. The most resounding media coverage of 2020 to date has been the rapid spread of the novel Coronavirus, more recently named CO-VID19 by the World Health Organisation. The media has been contaminated from the start. […]

UCC’S Toilets – Ranked

    You all asked, and we listened: Eilís Cooney takes us on a trip around UCC’s favourite facilities. Ed note: this piece nor its author is in no way affiliated with the Instagram account @anotherdirtytoilet or its admin. In fact, this has been in my inbox since September, only Eilís provided us with too […]

The Not-So-Lonely Planet

  GTFO: Get Stuck Into Your Year Abroad by Getting the F*ck Out Siri tells me loneliness is a sadness due to lack of company, or being isolated, and while my semester abroad was academically engaging, it was a lonely one, something that seems to be a common thread on the UCC Confessions Twitter. UMaine […]