Niamh Carroll

Niamh Carroll has written 27 articles for Nouse

Water leaks causes Campus West to close

A water leak on Campus West today has resulted in teaching staff being instructed to leave the site, and the…

Unity Health reopens patient registration

Unity Health is reopening its patient list having not been able to register incoming students arriving on campus. The GP…

NUS referendum due this year

YUSU IS DUE TO review its National Union of Students (NUS) affiliation by the end of the 2019/19 year, which…

Kavanaugh assault claims made a partisan issue

On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee heard extraordinary evidence from Dr Christine Blasey Ford. Dr Ford gave emotional testimony of…

Left Wing, Right Wing

This week the Labour conference took place in Liverpool. While Jeremy Corbyn probably would have preferred most of the conversation…

Lecture Capture made compulsory for all lectures

The policy follows lobbying for the change by Academic Officer James Hare

‘We deserve better’: 589 days without government in Northern Ireland

“We deserve better,” was a simple phrase spoken by Dylan Quinn, a County Fermanagh man, which seems to have encapsulated…

Boris Johnson’s resignation triggers Brexit chaos

Politics Editor Niamh Carroll assesses the impact of the Cabinet resignations on the Prime Minister and Brexit

Left Wing, Right Wing: Thoughts from the Politics Editor

  It has been another bad week for the Prime Minister. Brexit Minister David Davis threatened to quit the Cabinet…

A million times Yes: Ireland votes to liberalise abortion laws

The Republic of Ireland has voted by a landslide to liberalise its abortion laws. The Irish electorate voted by 66.4%…

No Country for Irishwomen?

“Being a woman is a bit like being Irish. Everyone says you’re important and nice, but you take second best all the same,”

Local elections end in deadlock

The local elections last week seem to signal an era of political deadlock between Labour and the Conservatives. While Labour…