Irish political parties have a serious problem with accountability

With Dignity and Respect policies often falling short, many political parties foster a culture of hostility and secrecy. This needs to change

If the last general election signified anything, it was that the political landscape of Ireland is in a huge state of flux. Sinn Féin, the Green Party and the Social Democrats enjoyed new-found success, while Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil

Arts & Culture

Mistake Frankenstein for the monster, but don’t mistake his writer for just a wife

Ellen Kenny reflects on Mary Shelley’s work, life and contributions to literature

March 8 marked International Women’s Day, and I believe we can all look around in appreciation at the plethora of inspirational women of the 21st century; Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg are among my personal favourites. Thinking about the iconic

Student Living

An addiction kept in hand

Apps that provide us with harmless entertainment become more dangerous once exams roll around

One of my favourite films of all time is The Social Network, a biographical drama detailing the creation of Facebook and the hubris, lawsuits, and downright iconic laptop-smashing that ensues thereafter. Along with the exceptional performances and razor-sharp dialogue, it’s