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All articles by Criodán Ó Murchú


How scientific facts are being drowned out on social media

Criodán talks about the anti-vaccination and climate change denial movement and why they're so dangerous

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Why voting is so important for all young people

Criodán talks about the history of voting in Ireland and how voting lets you have your voice and opinions heard

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What are the effects of climate change and what can you do to help

Criodán talks about the effects of climate change and what you can do in your daily life to help make a difference

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What is climate change and what causes it?

Climate change can be hard to get your head around but understanding the basics can be a big help.

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How exercise and meditation help my mental health

Criodán has been out cycling and running recently and finds he has more energy and is sleeping better.

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The pros and cons of having the internet at your fingertips

Ahead of International Day of Universal Access to Information, Criodán looks at how the internet and smartphones have changed the way we view the world

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Student accommodation is getting more expensive and harder to find

Criodán talks about the protests in NUIG and DCU and what the issues with student accommodation are.

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4 ways to improve your critical thinking

Critical thinking is so important these days when there is so much information available to us.

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How I built my confidence in secondary school

After being bullied in primary school, Criodán has some advice on making a conscious effort to build confidence

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What I wish I'd know before the Leaving Cert

Criodán shares his advice for getting through the Leaving Cert and deciding your path after that

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