A Pint of Revolution

“The Mother” by Patrick Pearse

The Mother I do not grudge them: Lord, I do not grudge My two strong sons that I have seen go out To break their strength and die, they and a few, In bloody protest for a glorious thing, They... Continue Reading →


“Sixteen Dead Men by W.B. Yeats

Revolutionaries: Michael Collins

Even if you don't know much of Irish History you have probably heard the name Michael Collins. Collins was born in 1890 in County Cork, Ireland. This is the heartland of the Fenian movement. Collins joined Sinn Fein, Gaelic League,... Continue Reading →

Finding Ireland

The father's of the 1916 uprising in Ireland where much like us students and professors today. They were artists, poets, lovers, and dreamers. They dreamed of a free Ireland and many gave their lives fighting for those things. The revolution... Continue Reading →

This is Where it Starts

“A wise country has one eye on the past and one eye on the future, but a foolish country has both eyes on the past.” -Unknown In May of 2016 I traveled to the Emerald Isle on an education trek... Continue Reading →

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