The Importance of Gaeilge

Is it time to rebrand the Irish language?

In popular culture, Ireland is colloquially synonymous with its saints and scholars, resplendent landscapes, and magnificent language. The first of these may now confidently be labelled a mere historical adage. The second will undoubtedly forever remain. The third, however, is

Vapes — the recyclable product that barely anyone is recycling

With Green Week 2023 on the horizon, it is time for students to take our recycling responsibility seriously

From 1995 to 2015, the number of teenagers and young people smoking in Ireland had been continually decreasing. However, according to Professor Luke Clancy of the Tobacco Free Research Institute Ireland, from 2019 onwards this trend has done a complete

Women should not be shamed for using disposable period products

Environmentalism is critical to our future but it should not come at the cost of guilt tripping women about their personal choice of period products

After a long day of lectures, library work and societies, I often find myself sitting in the arts building, looking out over Nassau street as the sun sets and processing the chaos of the day that just ensued. Naturally, as

Oatly’s aggressive marketing campaign alienates potential customers rather than appealing to them

Oatly’s new advertisement campaign has taken over Dublin in the past few months, and in turn, ostracised non-vegans from ever taking up non-dairy milks.

An Oatly campaign that took over ads on Dublin transportation and billboards starting in  January has ignited a significant amount of controversy for its inflammatory marketing strategy that capitalises on the shaming of dairy consumers.

Over the past 10 years,

International Women’s Day 2023; how far we have come and how far we still have to go

Cat Grogan considers the position of women in the world today, the achievements of feminism to date, and what we must do to keeping striving for more

No one is more cynical than I am about the hardships of life as a woman. I understand how tempting it is to look at the oppression, exclusion, discrimination, and subjugation that still characterise women’s lives today and draw pessimistic

If Ireland wants to continue this trend of global creative success to, we need to encourage the arts

After the recent surge of nominations and awards for Irish artists and Irish art, the lack of funding and support for the average Irish artist has also come into the spotlight

In recent months, we have seen the incredible successes of countless Irish creatives, from the bold cinematic achievements of The Banshees of Inisherin, An Cailín Ciúin, and Aftersun, accruing a record 14 Irish Academy Award nominations,

By Traffic, Moira by Albert Bridge, CC BY-SA 2.0,

Irish motorists driven up the wall (and off the road) by tests waiting lists and expenses

With severe backlogs to the NCT waiting lists, lengthy lines for those looking for a driving test, and a steep cost involved in all of that and more, drivers across the country are struggling to stay on the road, and get on it in the first place

Drivers and aspiring drivers across the country are facing a pile of obstacles as they try to get on the road, stay on the road, and be safe in doing so. Waiting lists for driving tests are up to a