The Irish Department commandeered TY for a day to celebrate Gaeilge 24! Starting with ‘Bricfeasta as Gaeilge’, Mr. ODualing joined in for some Tae agus […]More
Oui Mais… Non!
On Friday 20 October St. Conleth’s French debating team were tasked by the Alliance Française with arguing against the motion: « Le droit de vote […]More
One of James Joyce’s less indecipherable motifs is the use of the river to explain life’s beguiling but inevitable flow… Well, our First Years are […]More
Seachtain na Gaeilge, An Dara Cuid!
Shhhh… do yo hear that? It’s Arthur Wellesley, The First Duke of Wellington, rolling in his grave! Why? Because, during Seachtain na Gaeilge, even a […]More
St. Conleth’s múinteoirí Gaeilge are in full Seachtain na Gaeilge mode… with some classic Irish weather in accompaniment! First up: the Poc Fada down at Herbert […]More
Silver-tongued Alby rocks the Young Classicist Symposium! When word was heard in the ἀγωγή, the military camps of Sparta, that a massive Persian army was […]More