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Meet your Sabbats 2020 21

You are represented by elected Officers: There are two full time Sabbatical Officers who were elected in Semester 2 of last year and have been in office since June. Aisling is your Students' Union President and Laura is your Students' Union Vice President/Academic Officer.  They attend college meetings as the student representatives and ensure that the student voice is heard when decisions are being made. They also coordinate events and campaigns and hold regular MISU meetings to inform the students of their work and to gather student feedback. With the current situation, they have been working hard to make sure students are informed of the changes and understand what to expect with the upcoming college year (as much as possible). 

 

Aisling and Laura started their journey in MIC as first years and completely understand that new students need a bit more help and support as they get used to college. They work with MISU Management and Staff, students and College staff to create a positive college atmosphere for students and support all students in academic and non-academic matters. MISU is independent from the college but work closely with MIC to represent students' best interests.

 

Keep up with Aisling and Laura across MISU social media, where they provide regular updates!

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Facebook @maryistudentsunion @MISUThurles

Twitter @maryisu

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Click the following link to watch their most recent Q&A with Aisling and Laura

 

They have a team of part-time student officers (the Executive Officers) who work alongside them to represent key areas of student experience. There are some vacancies for officerships on the Exec Committee and if you would be interested in joining the team, click here for more information.

Remember, make sure you reply to accept or defer your course BEFORE the closing date. Check out the CAO website here to find the full breakdown of reply dates for Round 1 etc.

Top tip: We highly recommend you get involved Orientation if you can. It's your first introduction to the College and MISU, you'll be introduced to college staff and meet your MISU officers. 

For all information on what Orientation 2020 will look like, check out the MIC Orientation section.

Your part-time student reps 2019-20 worked alongside the Sabbatical Officers to represent student voices and organise campaigns, events and MISU meetings. Each officership created an end of year report to let students know what they did. Click the officerships below to read their report!

The following page should be checked for updates from MIC in relation to COVID-19:  https://www.mic.ul.ie/covid-19?index=0

Students should consult their MIC e-mail accounts regularly for updates in relation to academic studies. These updates will not be placed on social media or the website.

MIC 2-16 Tralee IT 6-9

MIC’s freshers’ footballers welcomed Tralee to their home ground in the second round of the group. A game which was played in great spirits in dreadful conditions. Both sides hitting some glorious scores from the word go, with the saying goals win games certainly true in this game.

The away side playing against a stiff breeze opened the scoring with a point from play before adding another from a free. MIC opened their account through corner forward Eanna Ryan who slotted over from play. Tralee corner forward duly responded in kind before MIC hit two scores one from wing forward Gerry O’ Sullivan before midfielder Jack Curtin mad his way up the field to dissect the uprights. Tralee fired in the first goal of the game against the run of play, MIC’s response came through full forward Philp Talty who buried the ball in the net from the next attack, Curtin added another point to narrow the gap. Tralee then hit the net twice in the space of a couple of minutes which was a hammer blow for the home side. With the game heading towards the break the home side hit 1-5 without reply with the scores coming from frees from David Dineen hitting over two which Talty adding another. MIC’s centre back Tadhg Roche made his way up the field to fire in a 2nd goal of the game before Dineen and O Sullivan got the last two scores of the opening half

Tralee came out of the blocks much quicker in the second half slotting over four scores three from frees and one from play.  Billy Murphy responded for MIC. Tralee hit another quick goal and point to extend their lead. O Sullivan pulled the home side back into it with two more frees. Tralee looked dangerous going forward another attack resulted in another goal and point from play. Frees were keeping the home side in this game with O Sullivan adding two more to his tally before Talty fired over a 45. Tralee added one final goal in the dying embers with Talty getting the final score of the game from a close in free.

MIC will play AIT in the 3rd game of the group next Tuesday in Athlone.

MIC; John Duignan; Padraig Holly, Brian Campbell, Sean Gorman; Paul Linehan, Tadhg Roche(1-0), Oisin Daly, Jack Curtin(0-2) Billy Murphy (0-1); Eoghan McDonagh, David Dineen (0-3), Gerry O’ Sullivan (0-6), Eanna Ryan(0-1) Philp Talty (1-3), Eoin Power

 

Eoin Horkan