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This afternoon.

Outside University College Cork.

Where the Cabinet is meeting today.

FIGHT!

Cabinet to hold day-long meeting in Cork this Friday (Evening Echo)

Via Eoin English

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Jonathan Sugarman

And in Cork?

Jonathan Sugarman will be giving a free lecture in the room 1.07, in the Western Gateway Building at University College Cork.

At 6.30pm.

A year before the bank guarantee, the former executive at Unicredit Bank Ireland resigned after giving the Central Bank a detailed account of enormous liquidity breaches at his bank.

Readers will recall his appearance before the Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, and Taoiseach on April 13.

More details about tonight’s lecture here

Previously: Thank You, Mr Sugarman

“I Have No Means. Thanks To Friends, I Can Feed Myself”

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This afternoon.

At University College Cork.

Karl Kitching tweetz:

Protesting the fact that a new UCC building is being named in James Watson’s honour.

James Watson?

Meanwhile, a letter sent from the resident of UCC’s Student Union President Aidan Coffey to UCC President Michael Murphy about the decision…

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This morning.

University College, Cork Student Centre.

Keelan Meade  writes:

Sexism with your morning coffee? The coffee shop in the UCC student centre is running a smart card discount campaign with the tag line ‘What’s your cup size?’. This is accompanied by an image of a bikini, where cups of coffee represent the bikini top/breasts (see above). I’m not sure what moron thought that was acceptable…

dudes

Annebxis writes:

Forget the Dáil, not seeing much gender balance among UCC [University College Cork] Students’ Union officers…

Pleasant to the eye at least, in fairness.

FIGHT!

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George Boole, the first professor of mathematics at University College Cork and ‘father’ of modern algebra, and his former residence in Cork

George Boole.

The first web summiteer apparently.

Barry Roche, of The Irish Times, reports:

“Taoiseach Enda Kenny will today join with the president of University College Cork Dr Michael Murphy to launch next year’s celebration to mark the bicentenary of the birth of leading mathematician, George Boole.”

“Dr Murphy said it was timely to launch the programme of events for Boole’s Bicentenary in the week that the Web Summit takes place in Dublin as he paved the way for the advances in technology that ICT and STEM leaders are showcasing at the summit.”

“Among the events planned for the Bicentenary celebrations is a major restoration by UCC in conjunction with Cork City Council of Boole’s home at No 5 Grenville Place in Cork where he wrote his masterpiece “An Investigation of the Laws of Thought” in 1854.”

Finally.

Bicentenary of mathematician George Boole to be celebrated (Barry Roche, Irish Times)

Previously: It Doesn’t Add Up (February 2012)

Pic via Bill

Henrytick

 

Any yokes?

The Cork News reports:

An exhibition on Sir Henry’s is being compiled focusing on the legendary and iconic Cork city music venue. The project, to be exhibited at the Boole Library, University College Cork from July to September, will curate materials on Sir Henry’s distinctive history through both tangible and intangible sources, including material artefacts and oral histories.

The project by DJ Stevie G; Eileen Hogan, lecturer at the School of Applied Social Studies, UCC; and Martin O Connor of the Boole Library, UCC, is to illuminate, in a fun and accessible way, a sense of what Sir Henry’s was like and why it was significant to the people of Cork and beyond. In short, it will be about the venue’s emotional, aesthetic, musical, cultural, and historical value and legacy.

Anyone who would like to contribute any memorabilia from the club, such as posters, fliers, photographs or ticket stubs can email sirhenrys2014@gmail.com

Remembering Sir Henry’s (The Cork News)

Pic: Sir Henry’s Night Club Cork (Facebook)

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Lukee

“Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan TD speaks with UCC Drug Awareness & Reform Society about his upcoming bill in the Dail to legalise the private possession and responsible consumption of cannabis in Ireland.

The bill is set to be discussed and voted on in early November. The event will be held in Boole 4 in UCC. Doors open at 8pm. This is a free event.”

 

Perishing stoners.

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