Features

When PR stunts go wrong

December 11, 2019

PR disasters can be quickly turned into free advertisement; this is a skill that some of the more traditional companies have not learned

Opinion

The complex case of Lisa Smith

December 11, 2019

Death threats via voice message to a UCC lecturer on Contemporary Islam. Viral hate videos orchestrated by what are now well known social media presences. Anti-Islamic flyers distributed outside a refugee centre in Roscommon. Islamophobia is a growing issue in Ireland. 

Lifestyle

Religion and young people in a modern world

November 13, 2019

Kanye West has recently switched his attention from the red hat wearing leader of the “Free” World to a different kind of controversial figurehead, God. 

Features

The movement to ban bloodsports

October 30, 2019

Bloodsports have remained a topic of debate in and out of government buildings, however, the movement to ban bloodsports is stuck at a standstill.

Opinion

The dark side of posting online

February 20, 2019

Adults can or should be able to tell the difference between what is right and wrong and strive to only share appropriate content without the threat of the law or the offer of a carrot but it is the youngest members of our society that are the most susceptible to the dark side of social media.

Gaeilge

Galar an Gheimhridh

February 6, 2019

Nuair a éiríonn tú ar maidin, bíonn sé dorcha. Nuair atá tú ag siúl abhaile ón léachtaí fada, deacair- bíonn sé dorcha. Nuair atá tú ag seasamh i scuaine ar Sráid Fhearchair, ar meisce agus

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Articles

Dea-bhéasach i gcónaí

November 28, 2018

I mBéising bhí troid idir tiománaí bus agus paisinéir. Thit an bhus isteach san abhainn Yangtze agus bádh na paisinéirí ar fad.

Opinion

I am woman, hear me roar

October 3, 2018

Throughout history, society has frowned upon the angry woman. Women have always been encouraged to keep a stiff upper lip in a Bree Van de Kamp fashion, take the higher moral ground and make polite