Look at all the great work that has been going on at home during the school closure:
John Joly, by Alan McEvoy
John Joly was born in 1 November 1857. He was born in Holywood House (the Church of Ireland Rectory) in Bracknagh, County Offaly, Ireland . He was a second cousin of Charles Jasper Joly, the astronomer. He entered Trinity College Dublin in 1876. He graduated in engineering in 1882 in first place with various special certificates in branches of engineering while at the same obtaining a first class honours in modern literature. He worked as a demonstrator in Trinity’s engineering and physics department before succeeding William Johnston Sollas in the chair of geology and mineralogy in 1897, a position which he held until his death in 1933 in Dublin.
History of the GAA, by Molly Lawlor
Rainbow spinners, by Alex McCabe Comerford and Sheena Crampton