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by Eileen Shannon Contact
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Let’s Go Shopping!  There are so many places to go shopping in Galway. From the big shopping centers, the larger chain stores and the small boutiques there are plenty places to find just what you’re looking for. Let’s go Eat! Galway has some of the best restaurants around. Check out some of these restaurants who do an early bird so you can eat like a king on a student’s dime. The Eastern Tandoor in Spanish Arch (Indian)Il Folletto on Quay Street (Italian)Cactus Jacks on Druid Lane (Mexican)McSwiggins on the WoodQuay (Irish)Royal Villa in Salthill (Chinese)Cava on Dominick Street (Spanish Tapas) Let’s go see the Culture! Galway has recently been named the European Capital of Culture for 2020. We have the museum, art galleries, the Cathedral and numerous bus tours for you to experience the Culture filled Galway. Let’s go to the Market! Every weekend the Galway City market pops up on Market Street at the bottom... read more
by kathleenmcgovern
Topic: Exam Stress
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by nhearty1
Topic: College life
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Free food and banter? That's exactly what to expect from tomorrow! Of course you can't forget the music,,, so come to the college bar tomorrow night (18th November) between 8pm to 10pm. Whether you're on a study break, just want to chill or want to meet your mentors to catch up with any queries you have, take the time to swing by.We all know the pressure exams can put on us and ensuring you take time for yourself is essential. This week is Mental Health week, and I think this week you should be aware of how well you mind your mental state and prepare yourself for the exam period to come. It's so common to let the stress build up to a state where it becomes unhealthy so don't be afraid or feel ashamed about it if it's happening to you. Talk to someone about it, more than often telling someone and getting advice feels like a weight being lifted off your shoulders.There are various things you can do to keep your stress to a minimum and one of... read more