Monthly Archives: October 2011

Griffith graduates in Photographic exhibition

'Unused & Unloved', is the title of a new group exhibition examining concepts of neglect, desertion, abandonment or disuse that includes the work of two former Griffith College photography students, 2010 graduate Kieran O’Donoghue and… Read more »

My Favourite Things: Personal Reflections on Activity in Older Age

Kirsty Lyons’s radio documentary explores the lives of three active older people living in Ireland today. It aims to find out about the people themselves, their lives and how they think they are perceived by the world. [wpaudio url="https://digital.griffith.ie/wp-content/audio/kirsty_lyons_diss.mp3" text="Listen to My Favourite Things"] Kirsty’s work is an example… Read more »

From Griffith College to Wellington

Journalism student at Rugby World Cup

2009 Journalism graduate Fiona Craughan working as an assistant citing commissioner at the Rugby World Cup

Ireland’s participation in the Rugby World Cup may be at an end but that doesn’t… Read more »

Griffith lecturer reveals presidential debate tweets

Griffith College media lecturer and former student Stephen O’Leary gave veteran journalist Vincent Browne a gentle run through new media technology and social media trends last night on TV3 as part of the station’s presidential… Read more »

The sun brings out a Griffith hedge school

It wasn’t quite the garden of Epicurious, a platonic symposium or even a 21st century hedge school. Journalism lecturer Barry Finnegan took full advantage of the very welcome sunny spell last week when he hosted a… Read more »