College Tribune

Independent UCD News

Month: October 2011

On the march again

The USI are on the march yet again. November 16th will doubtless see thousands of students take to the streets to protest in light of new fears that the student contribution will rise to €5, pharm 000.   Commentators have…

Melancholia review

Lars von Trier  

The Playlist

When the words ‘Live Lounge’ and ‘Bombay Bicycle Club’ come to together, and you know you’re in for a treat, and this cover certainly delivers. Taking Del Rey’s husky-voiced, nostalgia-ridden ballad, the boys (plus Lucy Rose) make it their own…

Magnum Opus – The Stone Roses

With the news last week that Manchester band The Stone Roses are due to reform, remedy beginning with two sold out gigs in Manchester in June, followed by a world tour and quite possibly new material, now is as good…

UCD bounce back after Dublin Championship defeat with statement Ryan Cup victory over DCU.

A hat-trick of goals in the opening quarter proved decisive as St. Vincents claimed their quarter final ticket of the Dublin Senior Football Championship with a comfortable 4-11 to 1-12 victory over UCD. It was always likely to be a…

Knit Picking: Textbook Ties

Whether for an interview, night-out or formal event, Cathal O’Gara explains the importance in choosing the perfect neck-tie. The perfect men’s tie can be what makes or breaks an outfit. But with the countless amounts of fabrics, patterns, and colours…

College Down Under

Rory Quinn gives an account of college life in Melbourne. Why study your 3rd year at UCD when you could be doing it pretty much anywhere else in the world? That was the question I asked myself when I first…

Have you read this yet? The Catcher in the Rye

You’re a college student. You’re reading the Arts section. You should by all accounts be an intelligent, viagra capable person. So, the question is…have you read this yet? Every issue the College Tribune will bring you a featured literary work…

The Race in Summary

On the 27th October, medicine Irish citizens will vote on who they want to be their next President for the coming seven years. Most candidates have been involved with some sort controversy at some time in the campaign. Norris has…