Opinion

Zero-Covid: Is it the answer?

February 10, 2021

“I think the debate is over.”  The Irish Times European Correspondent Naomi O’Leary retweeted an image of a music festival in New Zealand with the above caption last week. This tease of normality is something

Music

Music festivals in 2021 remain in the dark

February 1, 2021

A staple of summer culture, all music festivals were cancelled last year due to the pandemic. With a vaccine being doled out and better grasp on how to deal with Covid-19, every festival fanatic is waiting to find out if they will go ahead.

News

Students with disabilities increase their university offer acceptance by 22%

January 27, 2021

The Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) and Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) Annual Report 2020 published on the 11th of December shows a 22 per cent increase in offer acceptance for students with disabilities and 15 per cent increase for those experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage.

News

Study abroad programmes take a hit due to Covid-19

January 27, 2021

Uptake of Erasmus or study abroad programmes in Trinity College (TCD) dropped by 70 per cent in the first semester of this year according to Provost Patrick Prendergast, as reported by the University Times.

Articles

The principles of intuitive eating

January 27, 2021

New year, new me. Sound familiar? This has probably been uttered by every person at least a handful of times in the last decade or so.

Opinion

Ireland has not learned from past mistakes

January 27, 2021

In his state apology to the victims of Mother and Baby Homes, Taoiseach Micheál Martin said “It is the duty of a republic to be willing to hold itself to account. To be willing to

Television

How reality TV adapted to the pandemic

January 27, 2021

While people are at home watching television more than ever in the last number of months, reality TV has had to take a knock due to coronavirus restrictions.