Officials at MET Eireann are expecting session levels to hit peaks not seen since the Great Snow Storm of ’09 which saw a critical national shortage in both Tuborg and Karpackie, which threatened to destabilize the entire country.
MET Eireann has upgraded the status orange warning that had previously been in place for the Harcourt Street area. The area falling under the red warning is ever-expanding, with spontaneous sessions popping up so fast that the service is struggling to keep pace.
The national meteorological service has announced an expected vodka-fall of around 350ml per student with a 100% chance of cans.
Despite being deeply invested in the debate over the 8th amendment, UCDSU President Katie Ascough has denied accusations that she covered up her staunch Pro-Life stance to secure victory, saying she was just busy focusing on the big issue: Equal access for all students (particularly young women) to safe, legal, reheating of left-overs.
The Cardinal has of late, been inundated with reports of UCD students wearing their secondary school sports gear around campus. It is thought that this trend is most prevalent amongst alumni of South County Dublin Private.
News is reaching The Cardinal that a “really cool guy” has been seen riding a skateboard around campus this week. Continue reading
Speaking to the media ahead of his side’s clash with France in Lyon, Ireland manager Martin O’Neill had admitted he is wary of the politics of the increasingly powerful nationalist party, Front National and their charismatic leader Marine Le Pen,.
The votes have been tallied and by a slight majority the students and staff of Trinity College Dublin have elected to leave the European Union. We look at the reaction to and the implications of Trexit.
Fans and players alike are finding it hard to find any excitement in the build-up to Sunday’s last 16 clash with Euro 2016 hosts France, with the nation keeping calm and not losing the run of itself at all. Continue reading