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Risky business: the agenda

April 3, 2019

As the sun sets on a frozen Saturday in November, the Cobblestone Pub in Smithfield is bustling. 

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Youtube, the architect of its own downfall

March 20, 2019

Scandals are once again threatening to swamp the world’s most popular video platform as critics circle and a backlash from advertisers and content creators grows. Will a second so-called ‘adpocalypse’ lead to a clear out

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Living on a prayer

March 20, 2019

Chapel is a haven for young people who believe in God, but don’t want to associate themselves with the Catholic church.

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The business of voluntourism

February 20, 2019

“extremely disturbing that we send a bunch of idealistic youth, with no actual skills to go teach Africans.”

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The university fees conversation

February 6, 2019

Many students will be familiar with the process of applying for a grant from Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). It is a long process which demands attention and various details of the student and their

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Storm in a teacup

December 12, 2018

The effects of climate change can be clearly seen, the most evident effect can be seen in the increased temperature. Temperatures have risen by 0.7oC between 1890-2008 and most significantly by 0.4oC between 1980-2008.

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Bless me Father, for I have sinned

November 14, 2018

On October 26th, Irish citizens voted to remove blasphemy from article 40 of the Constitution. This means that the government will revoke the law which made it illegal to say something that is offensive to

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Keeping up with the times

October 31, 2018

The consensus about whether or not the Catholic Church in Ireland has had a good year depends very much on who you ask.

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Risky business

October 17, 2018

Shame, sex and promiscuity- the oldest profession in the world thrives in glamorous brothels, red light districts and dodgy alleyways.