The Devil All The Time delves deep into Christian Ohio between the 1940s, and 60s. It explores the fascinating intensity of extreme devotion to God – which inevitably transpires as self-defeating.
Ireland’s economy contracted by 6.1 per cent during the second financial quarter of this year (April to June), according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) last week.
Private student accommodation opposite University College Dublin (UCD) has been shut down after fire safety problems were detected in the building.
A number of colleges and universities across Ireland are planning to offer short-term rentals to students who will be completing the majority of their studies for the next academic year online.
The recent expulsion of the Tampax advertisement from Irish television has triggered a wave of national debate surrounding the stigmatised, euphemised natural occurrence that is periods.
Government measures to ban spectators from outdoor sporting events have been branded “bizarre” by Kingston Mills, professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity College, and criticised by several politicians.
The GAA, IRFU and Basketball Ireland respond to the new restrictions introduced by the government in relation to Covid-19.
The dysfunctional superhero family have graced our screens once again, with season 2 of The Umbrella Academy streaming on Netflix this month in ten episodes.
Seanie Germaine, a Marketing, Innovation & Technology student from DCU, has released a facial temperature scanner deigned to monitor a person’s health before they enter a business.
In his new Netflix mini-series “Down to Earth”, Zac Efron travels the Americas, and Europe on a quest to find sustainable, and healthy ways to live.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘Hamilton’ aired on Disney+ this month, with the streaming platform removing their free trial deal ahead of the Broadway hits’ premiere.