Wednesday, 28 January 2015

‘How do I drink in moderation?’, ‘Ulcer or tapeworm?’ and lots more topics from Go Ask Alice



Here’s the latest Q & As from Go Ask Alice. Topics covered below include, ‘How do I drink in moderation?’, ‘Ulcer or tapeworm?’ and lots more…

Click on the links below to read more about subjects that interest you. And remember if you find the articles useful feel free to tell your friends or retweet this blog.


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For more on how to look good, feel good and be in charge of your life as a student at NUI Galway check out Student's Services Health Promotion  Students at NUI Galway can also sign up for the free online health and wellness magazine Student Health 101

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Can you help us help others?



The Student Counselling Service is planning to make a number of short videos this semester showing how students have dealt successfully in the past with common problems which can affect their participation at university.

The idea behind this initiative, which is aided by the Special Projects Fund, is to highlight that young people can and do recover and learn from these life challenges. We hope that students' shared experiences will inspire and motivate others to take steps to mind their mental health. The videos will be posted on the service's webpage and on the college Blackboard network.

Please contact the service at (091) 494196 or email aisling.scott@nuigalway.ie if you'd like to take part in this exciting new initiative.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Magical Storytelling Night In Galway city



Storytelling is one of the oldest and most powerful ways of sharing wonder, laughter and amazement, of transporting your head, heart and soul to new and incredible dimensions.

To experience storytelling at its most magical and uplifting come along to Monroe’s Tavern on Thursday 29th January when I’ll be telling tales from the myths, folklore and urban legends of Ireland and Scotland.

Time: 8.00pm
Location: Monroe’s Tavern
Price: 12 Euro / 8 Euro Concessions
Tel: 087 654 5411 Email: celtictales@gmail.com
Map to Monroe’sTavern

For news, links, video and audio clips about the show check out the Celtic Tales Facebook page

Quotes about Rab’s Storytelling

"Captivating minds with faraway fables" - The Irish Times.

 "Rab's zest for life and his talent of connecting with people definitely put him ahead of most storytellers" – Connacht Tribune

Finally, a big thank you for the photos to Thomas Hoebbel