Some of the first few comments I heard when I arrived in Galway is that it is a small city packed with great places to go. But how was I to...

On the weekends in Ireland, most Irish students return home to their families. This leaves visiting students essentially alone in the apartments and home stays and is the time when most...

Hi all! My name is Rory Finnegan and I am the MOJO this semester in Dublin! For my first post I wanted to share with everyone about a CEA excursion we...

When my plane arrived at the Shannon airport in Ireland, I didn’t quite know what to expect. I’ve heard stories of rolling, green fields dotted with sheep and cobblestoned cities with...

When I first found out I had been accepted into CEA Galway, I was on my way to class. There was nothing special about the day or the time; no magic ray...

As my time abroad comes to a close, I could not be more grateful for my experiences, adventures, and the knowledge I gained over the past three months. Removing myself from...

Ireland’s climate is as quirky as the people who live on the island. Days in Dublin frequently consist of sun, wind, rain, clouds, a light breeze, and then more rain. I...

Although on the smaller side, Dublin is packed with historical and cultural places to visit, which help to expose Ireland’s quirky charm. As my friends and family begin their trips across...

Over the weekend, I ventured outside of Dublin for the first time since my arrival and traveled to Northern Ireland to cross the rickety Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and climb the ancient...

Over the rainy Dublin weekend, I attended a Gaelic football match between Dublin and Cork. Gaelic football is a sport unique to Ireland and involves players moving the spherical ball up...