Trinity Alumni Offer Visions of the Future, with DUCSS

Paddy Cosgrave was among those to address Dublin University Computer Science Society last night.
By Charlotte O'Reilly

Watch the World End with the Science Gallery

With zombies, nuclear warfare and contagious diseases, the new exhibition at the Science Gallery is an ode to all things apocalyptic.
By Ciara Haley

Reverend Al Sharpton Speaks to the Hist about Trump, International Politics and Activism

Sharpton encouraged a packed house to go out and fight for justice, as part of Empowerment Week.
By Charlotte O'Reilly

Talented Young Designers Clashed with Uninspiring High Street Giants

Disappointingly the eighth annual Dublin Fashion Festival was a bit of a faux pas.
By Niamh Mulville

Learning About the Birds and the Bees with Zoo Soc and the Phil

Today, the Phil took a break from debating to learn about biodiversity with Zoo Soc.
By Niamh Herbert

Review: Celebrating 25 Years of Diversity, the IFI Open Day 2017

The Irish Film Institute celebrated its birthday with a soiree of free films and a visit from the President.
By Aaron Finnegan

Five of the Best: Open Mic Nights in Dublin

Original music, poetry competitions and live comedy: there’s something for everyone in Dublin’s varied open mic night scene.
By Rebecca Wynne-Walsh

Culture, Politics and Music Unite, as Hot Press Celebrates the Faces to Grace its Cover

Imelda May, Hozier and U2 are but a few of the names to feature in the iconic music magazine.
By Andrew Connolly

Sally Rooney’s Debut Novel Masterfully Explores Modern-Day Relationships

The Trinity graduate's 'Conversations With Friends' tackles both current and universal issues whilst remaining consistently entertaining.
By Chloe Tait

A State of the Nation Play, Jimmy’s Hall is Angry, Joyous and Vital Viewing

The archaic and the anachronistic intertwine in a production that reveals the injustice of De Valera's Ireland.
By Ultan Pringle