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Rob O'Halloran 2007

Where Are You Now....



My name is Rob O'Halloran. I'm originally from Glanmire and despite spending more time in Limerick than at home over the past 5 years I remain a true Cork man at heart. I love soccer and all things related (playing, watching, arguing in the pub etc.) I also enjoy reading, film, music, going to gigs and spending time with my friends and family.

I chose to do the Arts course in MIC as it was the only course that offered English as well as a practical Media curriculum as subjects. I have a great interest in both these fields and so the course was the most suitable for me.

Quite simply, my time in MIC has the best years of my life so far. The friends I've made, the opportunities and experiences (both good and bad) that I've had and the things I've learned have made me the person I am today.

 

What or who impressed you most?

The fact that, MIC can offer so much to people if they're willing to work hard and look to get involved. Whether it's the chance to work and study abroad to volunteering in the Students' Union, Wired FM, The Lip or any of the numerous sports teams and societies, there is a wealth of opportunities if you just go out and take them.

 

Tell us about your current job…

As President of the Mary Immaculate College Students' Union my job is to initiate, organise and co-ordinate all events and campaigns of the Union. Of course, this broad (and very official sounding) task cannot be undertaken alone and I am lucky to be blessed with a hard working Vice-President, a pro-active Executive Committee and an unbelievable staff within the Students' Union office itself.

Keeping the student body as a whole happy, informed and entertained is my priority. With successful events such as Orientation, Fresher's Week and Clubs and Socs Day behind me, the rest of the year from S.H.A.G. Week to RAG Week promises to be an enjoyable experience, if I can survive it!

 

How do you maintain your relationship with MIC today?

See above!

 

Would you recommend MIC?

Absolutely, I do so all the time and not just because its part of my job!


If you were president of MIC for a day what would you do?

I would hand all the power that I have over to the President of the Students' Union who, come the next day, would also be me. Then I could run the place!

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