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Black History Month: A significant year to celebrate Black History

October 28, 2020

The rise of the Black Lives Matter Movement during the summer of 2020, has shown the world the reality of racism and police brutality towards people of colour. This Black History Month gives us the opportunity to honour the movements work towards racial equality.

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The public’s investment in Harry and Meghan

February 5, 2020

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke frankly and candidly in a documentary with ITV in October. The world watched as Meghan Markle adopted a stiff upper lip on their tour of Africa – the

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Breaking down the Green Deal for Ireland

February 5, 2020

The idea of a Just Transition ensures that those who have been working in a particular sector for the majority of their lives will not be left without a livelihood or opportunities when the industry closes down or adapts to pursue more carbon neutral practices. 

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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