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An Chuallacht, UCC
Formation 1906
Type Irish Language Society
Location University College, Cork
Membership 950[1]
Auditor Julanne Ní Mhurchú and Neil Ó Briain

An Chuallacht (English: The Fellowship)is the Irish language Society of University College Cork. Founded in 1906, an Chuallacht is one of the largest societies in U.C.C. and one of the largest Irish language societies in the Country.

The society’s main aim is the promotion of the Irish language on campus and around Cork city. The Chuallacht meets twice weekly, in a pub and in the Seomra Caidrimh of the O Rahilly Building on campus, to encourage the speaking of Irish amongst the student body. During the year, the society organises mystery tours, takes weekend trips to the Gaeltacht, takes part in Seachtain na Gaeilge and publishes the Chuallacht magazine, ‘Craic’. One of the most important events in the an Chuallacht calendar is Spraoi Cois Laoi, an annual festival held in the final week of November. Amongst the events organised during Spraoi Cois Laoi are competitions, debates, parades, games and the Irish Ball, ‘An Céilí Mór’.

Contents

Committee 2008/2009

  • Auditor: Michelle Ní Mhurchú
  • Vice-Auditor: Seosamh Ó hÉamhthaigh
  • Secretary: Fergal Ó Grifín
  • Treasurer: Julanne Ní Mhurchú
  • Áras Uí Thuama Officer: Treasa Ní Mhurchú
  • Media Officer: Neil Ó Briain
  • P.R.O: Gearóid Ó Duinn
  • Music Officer: Caitlín Nic Gabhann
  • IT Officer: Diarmuid Ó Caoimh

Committee 2009/2010

  • Co-Auditors: Julanne Ní Mhurchú and Neil Ó Briain
  • Secretary: Amy Whitston
  • Treasurer: Rónán Ó Conaill
  • PR Posters: Jessica Kickham
  • PR Journalism: Ciara Nic Diarmada
  • Computers Officer: Lauren Nic Annraoi
  • TradSoc Rep: Colm Brúiséil
  • First Year Reps: Caoimhín Ó Muireasa and Robaird Ó Tuama
  • Áras Uí Thuama Rep: Eibhlín Breathnach

See also

References

  1. ^ Lá Nua: "'Glúin TG4' ag teacht in aibíocht ar champais ollscoile na hÉireann"; Monday 10 December 2007
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