Month: January 2022
‘Bystander intervention’ training introduced across universities
The year of the woman in Irish sports
Why we’ve been desensitised to Covid-19, and why that’s not a bad thing
DCU’s second years reflect on their first year on campus
Return of the noughties
“I gcroílár gnóthaí laethúla na hEorpa; i gcroílár an tsaoil sa Bhaile.”
How light therapy can help fight against winter depression
Ugandan schools reopen after over a year of closure
Rún na hAthbhliana 2022
Why It’s Okay not to Watch Euphoria
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review – In a word… Amazing
Is ‘Emily in Paris’ Culturally Insensitive and Cliché?
Encanto Movie Review: Young People’s representation through La Familia Madrigal
Students union launches survey as support grows for ‘hybrid’ Leaving Cert
New EU report says red meat causes cancer.
Subsidised Households are most likely to be “driven into poverty.”
Ireland should care about hair.
What new Covid regulations have been introduced on campus?
A sober reflection on Minimum Unit Pricing
To be disabled in Ireland is quite political.
Bodywhys expresses concern over Operation Transformation return
The Eating Disorder Association of Ireland, Bodywhys, said in a statement this week that it recognises the “great deal of correspondence and concerns” that it has received since the announcement of the RTÉ staple’s return, adding that the programme is “triggering” for viewers, in particular those who live with an eating disorder.