Editorial: We will meet again

April 15, 2020

However we are doing this to protect the most vulnerable. Every time I get frustrated about being stuck at home or I’m tempted to go out and meet friends I think of my three grandparents. I am doing this for them, we are all doing this for them.

The Hype

DCU Drag Race Comes Home

March 2, 2020

Over €5,000 was raised during Rainbow Week. Drag Race contributed a large part to this through ticket sales as the event sold 300 tickets.


How celebrities are shaping politics

December 11, 2019

Stormzy has pledged his support for Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn as the UK general election fast approaches, but should musicians and other celebrities be promoting election candidates?


The backing track to Dublin City

November 13, 2019

A new wave of young buskers have taken over the streets of Dublin. Competing for peak times and areas could cause busking wars but they are all part of a supportive community, says singer songwriter KK Lewis.

The Hype

What is cancel culture?

October 16, 2019

The online world is a minefield. People post, like and share opinions every hour of the day but what happens if people really don’t like what you have to say?

National News

Uptake in HPV vaccine by 20 per cent

April 17, 2019

The uptake of HPV vaccine is at 70 percent which is a 20 percent increase over the last two years making a future without cervical cancer all the more likely according to the HSE.


Sourcing sustainable fashion

February 20, 2019

By nature the words sustainability and trends are at complete odds with each other. One supports the fair treatment of workers and the sourcing of organic and recycled materials while the other encourages consumers to buy cheap and buy fast, throwing last months must-haves into landfill.Despite this there are some large brands that have emerged to provide sustainable options to their customers.


The controversial career path of Azealia Banks

February 6, 2019

However her first album, titled ‘Broke with Expensive Taste’ was not released until two years later in 2014 and at this stage the hype surrounding ‘212’ had all but completely died out, leaving her with only a small remaining fan base to appreciate her new music.


Trinity hold Rainbow Week

November 14, 2018

Over 20 different events took place during Rainbow Week with TCDSU working alongside a number of different Trinity societies in order to include and engage with all of the student body.


The power of the short story

November 14, 2018

Short stories can be revisited time and time again and one will often discover something new each time as you read deeper beneath the surface. It is these layered meanings found in great short stories that makes them more dynamic than books.


The wrath of Michael Myers, 40 years on

October 31, 2018

Halloween reminds audiences what a ruthless killer Myers really is, slaughtering anything that comes across his path. He is completely void of emotion, an unstoppable killing machine. This is the true terror of Michael Myers.

National News

Millennials pave the way for cashless payments

October 31, 2018

Irish millennials could lead the way in making cashless payments between 60-70 per cent of all payments in the country within five years, according to the lead author of a new report into the technology.