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Opinion

Global Media Outrage: An Eye-Opener

October 27, 2021

We never realise how much time we spend on social media until its gone, we consume so much networking daily that when it disappears we do not know how to react.

Articles

“The Leaving Cert: Covid Edition.”

October 13, 2021

The Leaving Cert 2021 was as fair as it was expected. The ‘choice’ solution came as a shock to many, however, was it the only way that students could take exams in the height of a global pandemic?

Opinion

Should Trump be Allowed Twitter Back?

October 13, 2021

Is the world a better place with a Trump-free twitter? Trump has made one too many mistakes on social media platforms, for anyone to think its a good idea that he receives access to Twitter again.

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Opinion

Stop Asian Hate: My Observations on Racism in Ireland

April 22, 2021

Since six Asian women were killed in the Atlanta Spa shooting last month, “Stop Asian Hate Movement” have been held across the United States for several weeks. In this movement, some Asian-American celebrities, such as

Opinion

Stretched to the last: the unheard voices on scoliosis waiting lists

March 24, 2021

While Covid-19 has changed how we live, and it has affected the general running of hospitals and plunged them under pressure, children are still waiting and their condition has not gone away at the foot of a global infection. Mountains have been moved over the course of this pandemic, this should be one of those mountains. 

Opinion

Irish defamation laws are damaging to journalism

March 24, 2021

We have no idea what stories have been pulled or never even saw the light of day because of the risk of a lawsuit. This law is a loaded gun on journalists, with the rich and powerful at its trigger.

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

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