Arts editor, Cáit Caden gives her two-cents on the polarising conversations the U.S. Open left us muddling overread more
As the numbers of homeless people in Ireland increases, Tommy Gilsenan looks at how some groups are disproportionately affected.read more
I am Irish in every way except my skin tone. That is the only thing that makes me different to the typical Irish person. But is being Irish defined only by the colour of our skin?read more
Ahead of the Pope’s visit to Ireland this weekend, Cáit Caden speaks to young people about their views on the visit.read more
In 1975, 1 percent of children living in Ireland were classed as being ‘obese’. In 2017, the percentage had increased to 10 percent. Focusing in on children’s weight is now a regular occurrence in classrooms around the country. As the obesity crisis increases in severity, self-esteem and body confidence issues among primary school students are set to become even more prevalent.read more
Shivangi Dayal speaks to students at Dublin City University, about their perspective of the “Zero Tolerance Immigration policy” in America.read more
Politics can find a comfortable home in summer festivals, writes Cáit Cadenread more
Niamh Dunne reviews the documentary No Country for Women and uncovers the history behind Ireland’s systemic discrimination towards women.read more
When did you last have your period? Did you feel comfortable talking about it?read more
The President of Ireland is largely a ceremonial position with little power over governing the State. However, the role creates a symbol of modern Ireland both at home and abroad, reflecting our history.
Here we recount 5 examples of when Irish Presidents used their position to bring attention to a wider issue.