Let us entertain you (and keep you in the know) with NUI Galway's student newspaper, Sin and our college radio station, Flirt FM.
Sin (Student Information Network) Newspaper is NUI Galway's student newspaper with a readership of 15,000 students. It is produced every two weeks during term and distributed widely across campus and in selected city centre venues.
Sin Ezine is produced quarterly and emailed to all NUI Galway students.
The newspaper (both print and online) is an up-to-date source of Galway and national student news. It features calendars of upcoming events, both on campus and around Galway City, providing previews and reviews of events held by both clubs and socities.
Both the newspaper and website are funded by NUI Galway Students' Union.
Sin offers a great opportunity to get experience in journalism, photography, design, and other areas of newspaper production. You can get involved by turning up to our weekly meetings or by contacting the webmaster.
Flirt FM is Galway's student radio station, which broadcasts on 101.3FM to the NUI Galway and GMIT campuses and the surrounding areas. The station also broadcasts online and can be heard as far afield as Brazil and Japan.
Flirt FM offers an alternative to locally available commercial radio. Listeners can tune into indie and crossover music, news updates, local and college event guides, and chat and weekly magazine shows produced by many NUI Galway clubs and societies.
Flirt FM is one of only three student stations in Ireland ((Wired in Limerick and UCC 98.3 make up the trio). It broadcasts weekdays, all year round, taking short breaks for Christmas and Easter. You can expect full coverage of important campus events from the Students' Union Elections to city and campus festivals.
The station is home to up to 120 volunteers a year, you can apply to volunteer online here.