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SHAG Week

on Thu, 02/09/2017 - 11:17
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So it is that time of the semester again in which many people ask if this is actually a real thing, and why is it called that? Well the answer is simple yes and S.H.A.G. Week stands for Sexual Health Awareness Week.

Which is exactly what goes on throughout the campus for the duration of the week. From the distribution of SHAG packs and plenty of event from comedy gigs to contests. More info can be found here http://su.nuigalway.ie/shag-sexual-health-awareness-guidance-week-2017/ .

 

Though there is the fun side to this week there is also the more important and serious aspect of sexual

volunteering in and out of college

on Thu, 10/27/2016 - 11:56
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Volunteering can be a very mysterious area for first years. It has neither the leisure and social allure possessed by the societies which naturally draw curiosity and interest or the more recreational aspects of the clubs sector. Volunteering can be difficult to approach due to what it simply boils down to, which is simply put “helping out” within a wide variety of different areas.