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Ai a Edhellen, i Lam Nín: Learning to see a Monochrome World in Colour

Being colourblind is not about what you don’t see, but about what you choose to.
By Siothrún Sardina
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Of Orange Leaves and Green Sunsets: a Day in the life of a Colourblind Person

Colour-blindness is but another lens through which the world may be known: a world full of startling vibrancy and endless change, writes Siothrún Sardina
By Siothrún Sardina
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A Tale of Two Suburbs

The true story of two girls, one with no sense of direction, the other from Waterford, getting on the wrong bus.
By Cleo Daly
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What’s Next for Dublin’s Music Scene?

Music in Dublin is thriving. With young, budding musicians constantly coming to the fore, we spoke to two artists destined for success.
By Emma Fitzpatrick
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The Impact of Korean Pop Culture On Western Fashion

An account of K-pop's influence on fashion in the Western world.
By Cleo Daly
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A Life of Fanfare Laid to Rest: Visiting the Queen’s Resting Place

The Queen's lying in state offered people a chance to reflect on her life and a legacy, but fell short in addressing the reality of modern Royalty
By Charlie Hastings
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STEMming From the Past: Mental Health Among our Sciences

Dawn Attride delves into the work environment of STEM disciplines and the students who often struggle with the intense workloads and competition intrinsic to the courses.
By Dawn Attride
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Do I Look Like I’m Enjoying the ‘College Experience’?

A retrospective look at my first year in Trinity as a neurodivergent woman.
By Emma Fitzpatrick
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Fact or fiction: How the Placebo Effect Impacts us

An examination of whether the placebo effect has any real influence on humans.
By By Dawn Attride
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How Climate Change is Affecting Dublin Zoo

Cleo Daly speaks to Andrew Mooney and Aileen Tennant of Dublin Zoo about their plan to respond to the climate emergency.
By Cleo Daly