Lifestyle

Choose to challenge on International Women’s Day 2021

March 26, 2021

International Women’s Day is Monday 8th of March, with this year’s theme being #ChooseToChallenge. The aim is to challenge gender bias and inequality while still choosing to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements across the world.

Music

Women reign supreme at the 2021 Grammy Awards

March 24, 2021

Beyoncé broke the record for the most Grammys won, bringing her new total to 28 awards after Sunday night. This surpasses the record previously set by bluegrass singer, Alison Krauss.

Music

Music festivals in 2021 remain in the dark

February 1, 2021

A staple of summer culture, all music festivals were cancelled last year due to the pandemic. With a vaccine being doled out and better grasp on how to deal with Covid-19, every festival fanatic is waiting to find out if they will go ahead.

Lifestyle

The powerful respite art can offer during lockdown

December 9, 2020

We’ve all had to find our coping mechanisms during the pandemic, especially over the last six weeks where we’ve all be stuck inside. And we’re not out of the woods yet, Level 3 can only give us so much freedom.

National News

Anti-LGBT+ bullying StandUp Awareness week takes to Irish secondary schools

November 25, 2020

StandUp Awareness week is running this week in a number of schools across Ireland. Organised by BeLonG To Youth Service, the charity for young LGBTI+ people, the initiative has been going on for 11 years and gives second level schools a chance to stand up against LGBTI+ related bullying.

Articles

Holidate is another cringe fest of a love story

November 11, 2020

In a nutshell: yes, it is. But that’s not always a bad thing. If you love to watch two very attractive white people fall in love over the course of an hour and 45 minutes, going through the motions of “will they/won’t they” while also experiencing close to every cliché ever, then this is the movie for you.