A Cinematic Lesson in Surviving Adolescence in 2000’s Dublin

‘Here Are The Young Men’, a feature film directed by Eoin Macken, explores the trials and tribulations of growing up in modern Ireland.
By Gráinne Mahon
Five Of The Best

Five of the Best: Online Cookery Courses

Whether you fancy yourself as the next Gordon Ramsay or are simply looking to upskill in the wake of exam season, look no further.
By Síofradh O’Sullivan

Dublin Booksellers On Moving From Printed Page To Web Page

Despite new difficulties, Dublin bookshops are learning to adapt to an ever-challenging retail environment.
By Anthony Bradley
Speaking with

How Dublin’s Street Photographers Navigated A Locked-Down City

Three street photographers discuss the challenges and opportunities of capturing the city’s empty streets.
By Louisa Klatt

International Literature Festival Dublin Returns With a Focus on the Present

Focusing on 'the here and now', the festival is set to host a variety of events with some of the biggest names in literature from Ireland and further afield.
By Rebecca Deasy-Millar

ShoutOut Launches Interview Series Urging Viewers To Know Their Queer History

Domhnaill Harkin, a volunteer with LGBTQ+ educational charity ShoutOut, speaks about the Know Your Queer History interview series launching today.
By Ruth McGann

At Future Cities Webinar, Experts Unpack Hong Kong

The last ‘Future Cities’ webinar will take place on June 9th at 7pm.
By Cormac Watson

Trinity’s Societies: A Year in Review

From virtual balls to high-profile speakers, the past academic year has broken new ground for societies across campus.

Trinity Trend: Crafty Charms

Chioma Muoneke talks us through the joys of the candy-inspired charms cropping up all over campus (and your instagram feed).
By Chioma Lauren Muoneke

Trinity Shave or Dye 2021: The Long and Short of it

The event, organised by DU Players’ Ents Officer Faith Jones raised over €4,800 euro for the Irish Cancer Society.
By Claire Ní Bhraonáin