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Wired FM, Limerick’s student radio station, located at MIC and LIT, celebrates 25 years on air today, Friday 30th April 2021. As part of its 25th anniversary celebrations, the station will broadcast a schedule of special programmes throughout the day looking back on the past 25 years on the airwaves, as well looking forward to what the future holds for the student radio station. From 12–4pm today, Wired FM will feature a wide range of guests, including a whole host of MIC and Wired FM alumni who will be sharing their memories of their time at the station.

Congratulations to Emily O'Shaughnessy, MISU Irish & Culture Officer and MIC Thurles student, on her recent award from the Limerick Garda Youth Awards. Emily is recognised for her outstanding contributions with Limerick Youth Service for almost 10 years, as a member of the Queen of Peace Youth Club, junior leader and volunteer.

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MIC has been awarded a Green Flag for its Thurles campus in recognition of the efforts of students and staff who have successfully reduced waste throughout the campus, increased recycling, and raised awareness of environmental and sustainability issues amongst the student and staff population.

Congratulations to MIDANCE member, Laura Daly, who won 1st place in her Contemporary Dance category at DCU Dance Varsities 2021! MIDANCE Society also competed at the virtual Inters, displaying admirable teamwork and dedication to choreograph, film and edit a group dance which was taught and learned remotely. Well done to everyone involved!  The full event can be viewed here.