Despite global efforts to limit the use of incendiary weapons like white phosperous, evidences shows they are still used, often covertly, by global militaries. James Brady looks at the human consequences of the demands of war Continue reading
Ugh. Another day, another dollar. Well, another €712.88 based on a five day week. That’s what I keep having to tell myself to get through. I just wish it could be rounded up to €715. Continue reading
With many countries recently pledging funds to rebuild Gaza, Roisin Nicholson asks what impact they will really have on the future of Palestine.
As Halloween approaches, the old debate about the social acceptability of certain costumes is raised once more. Gráinne Loughran looks at the complicated history of cultural appropriation and costumes.
With much debate surrounding the presence of Confucius Institutes on university campuses around the world, Gráinne Loughran looks at the troubled programme’s prospects in UCD
The adjustment to a year abroad can be a struggle, but can also teach you about yourself, as Samantha O’Brien O’Reilly finds out in her first week in Paris Continue reading
The ploughing championships. I should’ve outlawed them. I’ve never been through such torture with boggers. People stood around taking photos of me holding a plough. I had to smile and laugh and hide the pain of physical labour. Continue reading
With incidences of cyberbullying ever on the rise, Kate Gordon ask if the legal system is capable or willing to take the necessary steps to combat it Continue reading
With one of the biggest weeks of the student calendar upon us, Ciarán Bruder examines the Freshers’ Week experience and who ultimately gains from it Continue reading