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My issues with the SUSI grant applications

Have you filled in a SUSI grant application? Did you have issues with the categories that are used?

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Is it better to take a chance or risk living with regret?

Anuj talks about making important decisions in his life and why he believes in taking chances when you can

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Being young, homeless and trans in Ireland

A SpunOut.ie reader shares their experience

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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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Come march in the first ever Trans Pride this Saturday, July 28th

Micheal talks about why the first ever Trans Pride is so important and how you can get involved

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Are you thinking about repeating the Leaving Cert?

Having repeated the Leaving Cert, Nathan has some advice on what to consider if you're thinking of repeating.

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An open letter to businesses supporting Pride

With more and more businesses supporting Pride, Dean talks about remembering the reasons people take part in Pride month

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School days can be the best days of your life

Having recently finished secondary school, Chloe looks back at her school years and what she'll miss most.

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How positive thinking helps me

Sarah talks about how positive thinking can lead to positive actions in your life

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College life when your roommates are your parents

While living at home during college, Nicola gives some advice on how to make the most of it.

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How I felt marching in Dublin Pride this year

Shannon talks about why marching at Pride is so important to the LGBTI+ community

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What the marriage equality referendum meant to me

Dean takes a look at how he felt before and after the marriage equality referendum 2015

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