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The Irish Times
Poet and Rooney Prize winner Gerard Fanning diesup in Mount Merrion, Co Dublin. He went to Blackrock College (where he was a cl
The Irish Times / Posted 7 hours ago
up in Mount Merrion, Co Dublin. He went to Blackrock College (where he was a classmate of Bob Geldof) and studied arts at University College Dublin, where he was editor of the St Stephen’s literary magazine. His poetry collections, published by... Read more
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Scotsman
Krasny Yar captain Vasili Artemyev relishes facing Edinburghsplash of Bailey’s. Artemyev was schooled in Ireland, attending Blackrock Coll
Scotsman / Posted 18 hours ago
splash of Bailey’s. Artemyev was schooled in Ireland, attending Blackrock College from the age of 15 and going on to University College Dublin, learning his rugby trade in the Leinster Academy before winning a move to Northampton Saints,... Read more
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The Irish Times
My father the spy, Seán Lemass and a Paris rendezvousWhen I turned 21, still a penniless student at University College Dublin, my pa
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
When I turned 21, still a penniless student at University College Dublin, my parents took me off with them to Paris for a weekend. We stayed at the Lord Byron hotel, off the Champs Elysee. On Saturday morning we got into a taxi and headed out to the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Kevin Roche: ‘I’m basically a problem-solving construction guy’a single thing” while at school with the Christian Brothers. He did rather bett
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
a single thing” while at school with the Christian Brothers. He did rather better, however, reading architecture at University College Dublin in the mid-1940s. “Luckily, I got on very well at university and I graduated head of the class. So... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Six institutes of technology well placed in world ranking of collegesaimed at helping to identify individual colleges’ strengths and weakness, rathe
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
aimed at helping to identify individual colleges’ strengths and weakness, rather than focusing on ordered rankings. University College Dublin (UCD) was the only Irish university included in the science and technology ranking, but it is... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'A courageous voice against terrorism', ex-Taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies at 97is survived by his three children Mary, Liam and Ciaran. A devout Catholic, he
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
is survived by his three children Mary, Liam and Ciaran. A devout Catholic, he joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies aged 97everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He j
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 days ago
everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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The News and Star
Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies aged 97everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He j
The News and Star / Posted 15 days ago
everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies aged 97everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He j
Whitehaven News / Posted 15 days ago
everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies aged 97everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He j
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 15 days ago
everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Former taoiseach Liam Cosgrave dies aged 97everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He j
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
everyday lives," he said. Mr Cosgrave was regarded as a devout Catholic. He joined Fine Gael at 17 and studied law at University College Dublin. In an Irish context Sunningdale looms large in his achievements, albeit that six months after the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Galway writer signs six-figure dealtakes place in Slane Castle on Saturday, October 14th. Contact the museum on 04
The Irish Times / Posted 15 days ago
takes place in Slane Castle on Saturday, October 14th. Contact the museum on 041-9824544 or info@francisledwidge.com University College Dublin hosts a two-day conference at the Humanities Institute on October 13th-14th titled Single Lives.... Read more
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The Irish Times
How to avoid colds and flu this winter: sleep, wash, exercisesays Dr Nick Breen, a GP in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and lecturer in general pra
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
says Dr Nick Breen, a GP in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and lecturer in general practice at the school of medicine, University College Dublin. The perennial question about how to tell the difference between the common cold and influenza... Read more
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The Irish Times
How to avoid colds and flu this wintersays Dr Nick Breen, a GP in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and lecturer in general pra
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
says Dr Nick Breen, a GP in Greystones, Co Wicklow, and lecturer in general practice at the school of medicine, University College Dublin. The perennial question about how to tell the difference between the common cold and influenza... Read more
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The Irish Times
From abortion to infidelity: how Maeve Binchy chronicled IrelandUniversity College Dublin Special Collections holds the papers of Maeve Binchy,
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
University College Dublin Special Collections holds the papers of Maeve Binchy, a treasure trove of scripts, correspondence, first reviews and other publication materials. Given what would prove to be an immensely successful career, spanning 17... Read more
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The Irish Times
Wild Geese: I went from being a storyteller to being an activist!broad like an Arts degree and then we’ll train you to be a producer’. So that’s
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
broad like an Arts degree and then we’ll train you to be a producer’. So that’s what I did.” However, during his years in University College Dublin, Kelly became involved in a number of student social movements. “We were involved in a number of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Beatrice Mateyu Defiant On 'My Pussy, My Pride' Messageyourself I am Beatrice Mateyo, a human rights defender and gender activist. I
AllAfrica.com / Posted a month ago
yourself I am Beatrice Mateyo, a human rights defender and gender activist. I am a holder of a Master of Arts Degree from University College Dublin in Ireland, Bachelor Degree in Education (Science) obtained from Chancellor College. I have spent a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Outlander season 3: The ultimate catch-upof female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerw
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
of female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerwey, lecturer in television studies at University College Dublin agrees. "TV critics are often invested in prestige or so-called 'quality' television, which means... Read more
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heraldscotland
Outlander: the ultimate catch-upof female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerw
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
of female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerwey, lecturer in television studies at University College Dublin agrees. "TV critics are often invested in prestige or so-called 'quality' television, which means... Read more
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heraldscotland
Highland rebellion, time travel, romance and violence: what you need to know about Outlanderof female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerw
heraldscotland / Posted 1 months ago
of female pleasure and desire without trivialising it," she adds. Jorie Lagerwey, lecturer in television studies at University College Dublin agrees. "TV critics are often invested in prestige or so-called 'quality' television, which means... Read more
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CNET
Horse racing looks to better the odds with genetics, other techhave used this body of knowledge to push horses' potential. Seven years ago, E
CNET / Posted 1 months ago
have used this body of knowledge to push horses' potential. Seven years ago, Emmeline Hill — then a genomics scientist at University College Dublin and co-founder of UCD spin-out Equinome — published a study that traced the so-called speed gene to... Read more
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The Irish Times
What JP Donleavy did best was the desperate melancholy of men in their primeto discover that there was more than one university in Dublin, and that the Uni
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
to discover that there was more than one university in Dublin, and that the University of Dublin is not the same as University College Dublin. They had to spend two years in Belfield, not in the Trinity which JP Donleavy had imbued with... Read more
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The Irish Times
JP Donleavy tributes: ‘A strange and neccessary occult light has been extinguished’to discover that there was more than one university in Dublin, and that the Uni
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
to discover that there was more than one university in Dublin, and that the University of Dublin is not the same as University College Dublin. They had to spend two years in Belfield, not in the Trinity which JP Donleavy had imbued with... Read more

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