Arts & Culture
STAND reviews Joker, a movie receiving an 8-minute standing ovation at the Venice film festival, as well as critics using words such as “toxic”, “cynical” and “irresponsible” to describe its relentlessly embittered tone.
When Tarantino depicts violence against women, there might be more than an uncomfortable portrayal of women.
A review Netflix’s the gut-wrenching story of lost innocence.
Tommy Gilsenan reviews the Man Booker Prize story set during the Troubles.
With a thought-provoking and graphic video for her new song God Control, pop star Madonna set herself on a mission to raise awareness about gun control, but found criticism on the way.
This year’s Women’s World Cup was one of the most watched in history. But staggering gender disparities still persist in the world of football, writes our editor Cassie.
From its cause to its impact on individuals and our wider society, writer Gary Elbert looks at the state of drug addiction in Ireland.
Clara Corrigan reviews an environmental art exhibition curated by young activists.
Circus Roncalli are using holographic animals in their shows in an attempt to fight against animal cruelty.
On International Women in Engineering Day, our Women’s Section Editor Cassie tells the story of Hedy Lamarr, a woman who should be celebrated in engineering history books, and not just on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!