In the final episode of Some Good News at UL, final year student Mairéad Cleary tells you all about the new immediate care centre in UL that will care for non-COVID in Limerick in the next few months.
You'll hear about the hard-working musicians of the Irish Chamber Orchestra who are continuing their classes with the children from the Sing Out With Strings group, with a little help from technology. Also using technology for the greater good is the UL Musical Theatre Society who raised over €1600 for Black Lives Matter, The Bail Project and the Irish Network Against Racism through an online "pub" quiz.
You'll hear about the stunning photography booklet "No Longer Whole But Strong" that focused on the emotions of breast cancer survivors and those living with the cancer as they engage in physical activity to improve their wellbeing.
To round it up, Mairéad gives a shoutout to all the wonderful people who've given up their time, money and energy to do good deeds and share their good news. Without them, lockdown would have been a whole lot harder.
Watch the full video here!
A big thank you from University of Limerick to Mairéad for all her work on this wonderful series, as well as Edana Flynn and Patrick Hayes behind the scenes, and of course to SomeGoodNews and John Kransinski who inspired us to make Some Good News at UL. And thank you all for watching, stay safe!