Student societies and media must work together to combat threats to student life.
Sheryl Sandberg fails women when she ignores the structural inequality of Lean In’s partner companies, argues Dee Courtney.
The current fees system in Ireland is inadequate and inequitable; it’s time for the students to pay for their education, argues Andrew O’Donovan.
This hat is ridiculous. Wandering around Front Square in gowns; well done Trinity, fighting the stereotype since 1592. Right now, embarrassment is the overriding emotion. It’s nerve-wracking, filing up the steps in front of all these people (trying not to trip on this fucking gown and mill myself on the way). Paraded like a show-dog […]
Naoise Dolan outlines some insights on life for the Roma in Ireland.
Louis Strange explores the interaction between class and sport.
While Halloween may be over, the yearly parade of fancy dress deemed offensive, derogatory and provocative is sure to be repeated next year. In the lead up to Halloween, a woman searching for a conveniently ready made costume may be hard pressed to find one with a skirt providing more coverage than a napkin. Of course […]
If men who feel oppressed by their gender really wanted to change this, they would support feminism, argues Conor Scully.
To all the ass-grabbers, the boob-grazers, the ones who undress me with their eyes: I hate you. I hate you for what you have forced me to become.
It feels like sex hangs on a balance between passion and performance that must be maintained – and I’ve never been comfortable with performance.