Irish Writing is not a qualitative statement

Hatch Theatre Company, Landmark Productions and Dublin Theatre Festival
present the
The Talk of the Town
By Emma Donoghue
September 27 - October 14, 2012
Directed by Annabelle Comyn
pic by Patrick Redmond

Calling a piece of literature Irish is not a review. Irish writer from Ireland, D. Joyce-Ahearne, fights for Irishness and its right to be meaningless.

Ghosts of Poetry Readings Past


D. Joyce-Ahearne’s hatchet job of a reactionary cultural critic: his past self.

CSC announce Society of the Year nominations


CSC have announced the shortlist for 11 prize categories in the annual Society of the Year Awards.

Rose of Tralee addresses Trinity students


The Rose of Tralee addressed Trinity students last Wednesday in the GMB.

Wonder boy’s meteoric rise

Niyi Adeolokun 19/8/2014

Alicia Lloyd talks to former Trinity player Niyi Adeolokun about his quick rise to professional rugby after recently signing a two-year deal with Connacht.

Editorial: We stand by our reporting and in doing so we stand by our peers

Student societies and media must work together to combat threats to student life.

Lean In movement destroys lives


Sheryl Sandberg fails women when she ignores the structural inequality of Lean In’s partner companies, argues Dee Courtney.

Bring back fees


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.

The Roma in Ireland: some facts, illustrated


Naoise Dolan outlines some insights on life for the Roma in Ireland.

Class is permanent


Louis Strange explores the interaction between class and sport.


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Lia Flattery
Tadgh Healy
Naoise Dolan
Katarzyna Siewierska
Alicia Lloyd


Aisling Crabbe
Natalia Duda
Sarah Morel
Mike Dolan
John Tierney
Naoise Dolan
Sarah Larragy
Mubbashir Ali Sultan
Nadia Bertaud
Daniel Tatlow


Kevin O'Rourke
Vitalia Bikmametova
Huda Awan