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10 Simple New Years Resolutions to Make in 2018

By Tahlia Peppard January 9, 2018 (No)
Now that we’ve all triumphantly eaten and drank our way into 2018, it may be time to start thinking of some simple small New Years resolutions. The 1st of January would just be too early to deal with this type of positive thinking. Now, we’re not going to tell you to cut down on sugar and chocolate, this is more practical and focused on things that you can achieve by building a new habit. Walking Simple. Just go for a walk 3 times a week for at least 20 minutes or so. Not only is it good for you, but it gives you a chance to get some exercise and fresh air, […]

Expectations Versus Reality of an Irish Freshers’ Week

By Olivia Virlan October 2, 2017 (No)
Ah yes, the most awaited week of the year for any college student, old and new. The week in which we all get absolutely hammered, despite the overwhelming amount of work thrown at us. For people starting out college, freshers’ week is seen as a magical time. A stage where in which one can completely forget about the agonising leaving cert they just sat and begin their college life. However, expectations are ALWAYS set quite high and I am not here to disappoint you, but to warn you that freshers’ week is not one big TGIF music video by Katy Perry. The Disappointing First Day From growing up, we all […]

The 2017 EFL Championship Play-Off Final Preview

By Felipe Wasserstein May 29, 2017 (No)
The Championship play-off final is often referred to as the richest game in football, and for good reason! The winning team will not only earn promotion to the Premier League, but they’ll also receive a guaranteed £170 million piece of the TV broadcast rights pie. So, on May 29th in a jam-packed Wembley Stadium, the pressure will be on Huddersfield Town and Reading FC as they battle it out to see who’ll join already promoted Newcastle and Brighton in the top flight, next season. Below, we’ll remember how Huddersfield and Reading both got through their difficult semi-finals, and look ahead to what we can expect from the final on Monday. […]

The 2017 EFL Championship Play-Offs Preview

By Felipe Wasserstein May 13, 2017 (No)
The 2016–2017 season of the EFL Championship will conclude on May 29th. Newcastle United were awarded the Championship last Sunday, denying Brighton their first ever title. Now, beginning this Saturday it’s time for the EFL Championship League play–offs between the teams who finished in 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th in the EFL table. Those teams are Reading, Sheffield Wednesday, Huddersfield Town and Fulham, respectively. The play–offs first leg begins with Fulham hosting Reading on Saturday, May 13th at 5:30pm. On Sunday May 14th at 12pm, Huddersfield hosts Sheffield. The second legs start on Tuesday May 16th at 7:45pm with Reading playing Fulham at the Madejski Stadium, followed by Sheffield Wednesday […]

Cork World Book Fest 2017 – A Scholarly Success

By Alannah Kenny April 25, 2017 (No)
The 13th instalment of the annual Cork World Book Fest took place in the city again this year, starting on Tuesday, April 18th and finishing up on Sunday, April 23rd. The festival is one giant celebration for all ages in appreciation of books and the powerful messages that transition from thoughts to words on a page. This year it was dedicated to celebrating the life and legacy of inspirational Irish novelist and playwright, Molly Keane, who died in 1996. We at The Sharpe liked the concept of this and headed down to Cork to attend the two main events on the evening of Friday 21st April. Here we review the […]

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