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Programme of Seachtain na Gaeilge events launched by NUIGSU

NUI Galway Students' Union have today launched their programme of Seachtain na Gaeilge events which runs until 18 March.Open to the entire NUI Galway...

‘Marchathon’ Step Challenge launched by NUIGSU

NUI Galway Students’ Union has launched the Marchathon Step Challenge for staff and students at the University, with 30 teams having registered so far...

NUIG Students’ Union support Student Accommodation Bill

NUI Galway Students’ Union is supporting today’s launch of the Student Accommodation Bill campaign by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).The USI bill,...

Galway students to participate in ‘hair raising’ fundraiser!

NUI Galway students will participate in a 'Hair Raiser' charity fundraiser as part NUIG Students' Union's next Charity Challenge.The fundraiser which will take place...

NUIG Students’ Union to hold series of events to mark SHAG Week

A series of online events will be held by NUIG Students' Union over the coming days to mark Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance (SHAG)...

NUI Galway Students’ Union launches #SustainableMonday campaign

NUI Galway Students’ Union launched their Sustainable Monday campaign yesterday to highlight the small changes that everyone can make that could have a major...

NUIG Students’ Union ready for second kilometre challenge

NUI Galway Students’ Union will start a new Kilometre Challenge on Monday, the fourth of six Charity Challenges to raise funds for three Galway...

SU leaders call on NUI Galway to support students during COVID

The President and Vice-President of NUI Galway have been urged to consider policies that would support students undertaking assessments this year.A letter signed by...

NUIG Students’ Union’s annual SHAG Week to begin tomorrow

A series of online events will be hosted by NUIG Students' Union to mark their annual Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance (SHAG) Week which...

NUIG students to spread kindness this December

In the second of six Charity Challenges, NUI Galway Students’ Union will be spreading kindness across Galway throughout the month of December.The Random Acts...

NUIG Students’ Union launches Mental Health Week

A series of online events will be hosted by NUI Galway Students' Union to mark their Mental Health Week taking place next week from...

NUIG Students’ Union relaunch charity socks in time for Christmas!

NUI Galway Students’ Union have today relaunched their fundraising socks featuring a tribute to the iconic 'Galway Yellow' sculpture on campus.The socks, a collaboration...

NUIG Students’ Union Kilometer Challenge starts today!

Almost 200 students and staff have registered so far to take part in NUIG Students' Union's Kilometer Challenge which starts today.Taking place throughout November,...

Third-level students take over Twitter calling for Education For All

Minister Simon Harris' Twitter mentions were bombarded last night when students from Galway and across the country took to the social media platform to...

NUI Galway Students’ Union Launch Charity Challenge

NUI Galway Students’ Union has launched its Charity Challenge to raise funds for Galway Autism Partnership, Galway Rape Crisis Centre and Helplink Mental Health. Each...

Galway landlords urged to provide students with refunds

The Students’ Union at NUIG has called on landlords and student accommodation providers to give refunds to students who no longer need to be...

NUIG student discusses Monday night’s party on USA News network

NUI Galway Students' Union President Pádraic Toomey appeared on NBC News' Global Hangout yesterday to talk about the gatherings of students in the city...

NUIG Students’ Union calls on local TDs to take meaningful action on student fees

NUI Galway Students’ Union has joined USI and NUS-USI in the launch of the Education for All campaign which is calling for immediate action...

NUI Galway Students’ Union launches plan to help connect students

NUI Galway Students’ Union has launched plans today which will help students connect with each other in what will be an unusual academic year...
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