Complicating the Jewish-American reaction to Israeli actions

not in my name

Michael Lanigan looks at the reaction of US-based Jews to the Israel-Gaza conflict.

Anti-transgender advertisement condemned


Advertisement against the Minnesota State High School League’s proposed transgender-inclusion policy met with criticism.

Reflections on Iranian student life


In the first of a series of articles, Daire Collins gauges the contrast between Irish and Iranian student life.

Provost expresses support for student fees, defends industry links


Patrick Prendergast addressed the challenges facing Irish universities in a speech at the IUA symposium.

Queering the knot: marriage equality and the state


On the cusp of Ireland’s long-awaited referendum, Conor Scully interrogates what it would mean for the LGBT community to buy into the institution of marriage.

Lessons from New York


Fionn Rogan takes us on a trip through New York’s singular streetscape and hints at the good that underlies the gruff exterior.

“Boobs on the ground”: how to non-apologise for sexism


Naoise Dolan uses the Fox News “boobs on the ground” gaffe as an example of how to deliver a non-apology for sexism.

Live blog: Discover Research Dublin


Live updates on this year’s Discover Research Dublin

In defence of Emma Watson’s UN speech


Orla McGinnity argues that the struggle for gender equality must not be a “battle of the sexes”

Ello fever: the new Facebook?


Ello, an “ad-free social network created by a small group of artists and designers”, is being touted as the new Facebook. Naoise Dolan cuts through the hype.


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