College

What I learned in my first year of college

I feel like orientation day was yesterday yet I've just finished my first year of college. Sub-editing and Design taught me to avoid cliches (Sorry, Colin), but the year honestly flew by, especially the second semester. It's not often that I get personal here, but it's been quite a year and perhaps I can pass some wisdom onto those poor unfortunate Leaving… Continue reading What I learned in my first year of college

Music

Double gig review: David Bowie and Nirvana tribute shows

April 8th: Rebel Rebel the David Bowie experience @ Dolans Warehouse, Limerick. https://www.instagram.com/p/BD-Wj4LP-OF/?taken-by=thisdreamsalive The band was fashionably late (and now I have Fashion stuck in my head) by an hour and a half, but DJ Eoin Deverux kept the Bowie songs playing so the wait wasn't too tortuous. As I had work the next morning… Continue reading Double gig review: David Bowie and Nirvana tribute shows

Book Reviews

Book Review: Go Set a Watchman

I'm not sure how to start this because this is a difficult book to review. Since its release Go Set a Watchman has faced a slew of disappointment and criticism, so when reading it for myself I tried to set all judgement aside and go into it with an open mind . However,  I found… Continue reading Book Review: Go Set a Watchman

Book Reviews

Book Review:Inferno

Dan Brown’s Inferno was a book I should have read a long time ago; in a literal sense I mean it’s actually been sitting on my bookshelf since July waiting for me to pick it up, but I also mean that I was wondering where it was all my life. Ordinarily, I don’t like investigation/mystery… Continue reading Book Review:Inferno