12 November 2023

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UG Student’s Union to embrace Irish language for GaelSeachtain

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UG Student’s Union to embrace Irish language for GaelSeachtain

The University of Galway will be embracing the Irish language all next week for its GaelSeachtain.

The five-day celebration of Gaeilge aims to encourage students to speak Irish, whatever their level.

Events such as a Pop-Up Gaeltacht and Tóg Amach Mé – a dating show as Gaeilge – will take place throughout the week.

Students’ Union Vice President for the Irish Language, Faye Ní Dhomhnaill, says the events will challenge what people know about Irish:

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