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Aristotle Charity Raffle


Munster are on their way to European cup glory - what better souvenir to have then a rugby ball signed by the team!

On Friday, the 3rd of February a raffle will be held in aid of Bóthar. The top prize is a rugby balled signed by the  Munster team! There will aso be spot prizes including Bóthar goodies and tins of chocs! Each line for the raffle is €1. To buy a line, contact any student from Aristotle, Form III. You can also buy a line from the school office. Please give generously to a worthy cause. For more information about Bothar, go to

Regards - A. Griffin, Form III Student.

First Year Quiz


Congratulations to Form VI students who organised a First Year quiz as part of their LCVP projects. It was a huge success for them and the winning team!

"The Wiz"

Hi all!! There are a limited amount of tickets still available for our upcoming musical. Call to the office or to Mr. Flannery in M1 @ 1pm up to Thursday! Looking forward to seeing you all!!

The Wiz

"The Wiz" a huge success!!!

Congratulations to everyone who was involved in this years musical!! It was a tremendous success with both nights a sell out!!! The cast staged a unbeatable performance that will not be forgotten!! Be sure to keep an eye out for the release of the DVD!!!

The Big Bang Theory-Is it true?

On Tuesday 31st Jan, Mr. James O'Shaughnessy along with Physics students from 5th and 6th Year attended a Lecture in the University of Limerick on the The Big Bang Theory..

The Big Bang is one of the best known theories of modern physics; it is a model of the origin of the universe that has important implications for philosophy, religion and society. But is it true?

The theory and evidence supporting the big bang model was explored and the limitations of the model was explained in an engaging and interactive presentation. Recent discoveries that have revolutionised our view of the universe were also discussed.

Cormac O’Raifeartaigh lectures in physics and mathematics at Waterford Institute of Technology. He has a PhD in physics from Trinity College Dublin and is a frequent participant in scientific debates in the Irish media. He writes regularly on physics in newspapers and magazines and is the author of the well-known science blog ANTIMATTER. He has just returned from a position as Research Fellow with the Science, Technology and Society program at Harvard University

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