To travel sustainably is to sustain travelling

As students, we like to travel on a low budget – this does not have to compromise our willingness and effectiveness in being environmentally conscious

In 2019, before the pandemic hit, 99% of all the jobs available on the Caribbean island of Aruba were in the tourism and travel sector which, at that time, employed 289 million people world-wide. The importance that tourism plays in

Are arts degrees a dying art?

Ria Walls argues for the continuation of arts degrees in the face of cancellations across the water

It was recently announced that the English Literature degree offered by Sheffield Hallam University in the UK is being suspended in response to the Government no longer funding degrees where 60% of students don’t end up in ‘highly skilled’ jobs

My ovaries and I

Ria Walls discusses her experience with the gynaecologist and discovering she has PCOS

As I sit writing this article, I am in agony as I experience period cramps for the third time this month – a bitter and excruciating consequence of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). The thing is, I barely even knew what …

Translating cultures

Anastasia Fedosova in conversation with Frank Wynne about the world of literary translation

Award-winning literary translator and writer Frank Wynne is one of the most versatile and skilled creatives in the field. Having spent over two decades living in France, the UK, and South America, Wynne has encountered diverse cultures and interacted with

Internship survival guide

Navigating being an intern is not easy, but it is an incredibly rewarding experience

It’s that time of year where many students are participating in internships across a variety of disciplines and industries. Doing so can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but often it means being stressed and anxious about having to navigate the

Reproductive healthcare – dignity, privacy and respect

Ria Walls discusses the disruption in individual’s visits to family planning clinics

Last summer, I often observed pro-life protestors while back in my hometown. They took to the road outside of a family planning clinic every Wednesday holding signs with religious messages, as well as posters detailing what happens when you abort

Continental Cuisine: Discover the Traditional Taste of Europe this Summer

Whether you’re searching for a siesta snack in Spain, a bratwurst in Bavaria or a Portuguese pastry on your interrailing trails — our guide has a dish for you to try.

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The return of idyllic interrailing travels over the summer break has been welcomed by everyone, especially adventurous foodies. If you’re planning a trip away to indulge your wanderlust and taste buds, this list of our favourite authentic meals and hotspots

The Quiet Girl is making noise

Elena McCrory reviews the highly awarded Irish film An Cailín Ciúin (The Quiet Girl)

If ever there was a motion picture to portray fostering so beautifully, An Cailín Ciúin (The Quiet Girl) would be it. Released this year in May, it has become one of the most praised films of its kind, screening in …