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Congratulations to CSN's Waterford boys, O Emperor, on winning the RTÉ CHOICE AWARDS last night.  CSN College, Ireland's no. 1 Further Education College where this exciting journey began

Hail O Emperor!

(08/03/2019)
Congratulations to CSN's Waterford boys, O Emperor, on winning the RTÉ CHOICE AWARDS last night. CSN College, Ireland's no. 1 Further Education College where this exciting journey began

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CSN Retirees join celebrating the occasion of CSN College winning 2019 Award for Best Further Education College in Ireland at the Irish Education Awards

CSN Retirees Join the Celebrations

(06/03/2019)
CSN Retirees join in celebrating the occasion of CSN College winning 2019 Award for Best Further Education College in Ireland at the Irish Education Awards

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Students from Coaching & Physical Education and Soccer Coaching & Education enjoyed the FAI Strength & Conditioning course. Thanks to FAI coaches Dave Bell and Niall O’Regan. CSN College

FAI Strength & Conditioning course

(06/03/2019)
Students from Coaching & Physical Education and Soccer Coaching & Education enjoyed the FAI Strength & Conditioning course. Thanks to FAI coaches Dave Bell and Niall O’Regan

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Today was Skelliking Day, when boys were free to tie up girls

Today was Skelliking Day, when boys were free to tie up girls

(05/03/2019)
"Today was Skelliking Day, when boys were free to tie up girls". This forgotten Irish tradition- a fascinating account of the history of Skelling's Day in today's Irish Times by CSN's Shane Lehane.

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Exhibition by the students of the Cultural and Heritage Studies Course on The Disappearing Craft of Handwriting was taken up by none other than Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter. CSN College of Further Education

The Disappearing Craft of Handwriting

(04/03/2019)
Exhibition by the students of the Cultural and Heritage Studies Course on The Disappearing Craft of Handwriting was taken up by none other than Prof. Diarmaid Ferriter

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