All Artists Are Sellouts

Three students discuss why the relationship between capitalism and art seems more strained than ever in the age of Instagram and Tiktok

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A few days ago, I opened Instagram for the nth time to do some mindless scrolling. And mindlessly scroll I did, until I came across a post from an anti-art account,, that I follow. The post? A beautiful old-fashioned

Let’s talk about (sustainable) sex baby!

Elisa Eckstein explores how sexy it can be to be sustainable in the bedroom.

With the advent of sustainability, many of us have tried to make small changes in our daily routines and consumption habits. Whether it be swapping disposable coffee cups for reusable ones, trying to thrift before checking retail shops or opting …

Homeward Words On Wildness

Ciana Meyers speaks with musicians Nicole Ní Dhubhshláine and Julie Fowlis on environmentalism and the future of Irish music

Although Nicole Ní Dhubhshláine would speak of her musicianship as her passport, an invitation to hold not just her instruments but the world, she cherishes a vital homecoming. Speaking of her home on the Dingle Peninsula in County Kerry, Ní

Are we really in Love with Local?

Eoghan Conway looks at the relationship between imported produce and local more sustainable options

Go on, take a look at your cupboards. Depending on what day of the week it is and your individual budgeting skills you could be faced with one of two options.  It could either be a sad sparse reflection of

One week, no waste

Anneliese Kenny went wasteless for one week and this is what happened

When I signed up to go zero waste for a week, I was immediately struck by the enormity of the task that I had signed myself up for. However, going zero waste soon opened my eyes to the sheer amount

Chatting hymns with Katie Kim

Jayna Rohslau interviews the Dublin singer-songwriter on her key influences and musical takeaways

There’s a liquid smooth sensibility to Katie Kim’s work. It is evident in the flow of her songs. Without break, one song ends and the next begins. It’s also apparent in the visuals accompanying her song Mona, as gaping faces