Month: November 2018
MDMA to meaning
Avoiding grim winter skin
Smith gets the nod for Ireland team
Irish patients will not be given medicinal cannabis until government find quality assured supplier
DCUSU pull no punches on Mike Tyson’s talk in the Helix
How millennials are shaping the fashion world
Filmic piece at the IMMA leaves audience breathless
Speaking after the screening, she said, “One of the biggest challenges was to stay true to the film in representing a difficult place of the unknown – what happens during and after a last human breath. To allow for a “what if” and to not feel obliged to pull back and end up censoring creative possibility”.
The power of the short story
The rise and fall of the Netflix MCU
The Laborious Adventures of Bad TV
Rami Malek’s performance will rock you, but the movie won’t
Make this “American Boy” great again
The Academic talk Croke Park, touring and guilty pleasures
Although don’t brace yourselves for any new releases in 2018, when asked if there was anything planned, Fitzgerald responded; “We’re currently writing music, and doing a lot of crappy demo’s. We have songs that we’re currently, kind of, testing a little bit but we haven’t sat down to play anything yet.”
Sleigh bells rings, are you listening?
A lot of Christmas music is joyous, repetitive, and so so catchy. It’s one of the many things that makes it beautiful. Nobody can really, ever outgrow Christmas music because most traditional Christmas songs have been remade at one point or another, and in more ways than one, so that every age can enjoy a version sung by their favorite artist.
Shane Dawson fails to get “inside the mind” of Jake Paul
Keeping the magic in children’s films alive, generation after generation
New RTÉ drama tackles Direct Provision
With the rise of streaming, soap operas remain resilient
Hobo Johnson and The Lovemakers – cringe or cute?
Battle of the consoles: XBOX versus Playstation
Freedom of speech for public figures on college campuses
The question of controversial figures being permitted to speak on college campuses has continued cropping up as society continues to ask what is more important: free speech or safe spaces?
The importance of public intellectuals
In a society where one of the world’s most powerful leaders is an egotistical narcissist, the importance of public intellectuals and social commentary has never been greater.
Thousands walk out of Google in protest of company’s handing of sexual assault
Over 20,000 Google employees participated in a walkout across 50 cities worldwide, including Dublin on November 1st, in protest of the company’s history of protecting executives accused of sexual assault.