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Rebekah Rennick, viagra auditor of  UCD’s Trampolining Society tells Elaine McDonald what exactly the “Tramps” are doing:  What has the society been doing this year? Anything new or is first semester just initiating the newbies? The society has had a…

Back from the dead…

With ‘The Original Vampire Saga’ rereleased (and currently on sale!)  Darragh O’Connor finds himself slayed by Whedon’s genius Buffy as a show was a benchmark of 90’s culture; at the very least everyone reading this is aware of the name….

Racing Reminiscence

Shane Meagher looks back on the Marx Brothers’ 1937 classic, viagra ‘A Day at the Races.’ By the time they made A Day at the Races in 1937, generic Groucho, health Harpo and Chico Marx were well established as comedy…

You will be my son

TY intern James Kelly reviews Gilles Legrand’s latest offering “You will be my son” is a story with a strong sense of place. The main character, for sale Paul, played by, Niels Arestrup, is an obsessive-compulsive wine maker. His son Martin,…

The Wise Man’s Fear

TY intern James Kelly reviews the latest King Killer installment

Catch up TV

Conor Fox suggests what shows to indulge in this Christmas While I understand that you still have your Christmas exams to sit and fail, discount it’s never too early to start procrastinating about what you’re going to do over the…

“Arts are usually endemic to a culture”

le cool publisher Michael McDermott shoots the breeze with Conor Fox about how Dublin’s arts scene is evolving and why students should engage with it With over 15,500 subscribers, it’s arguable that le cool is the definitive guide to what’s…

RECUT

Darragh O’ConnorIt’s said that a “Director’s Cut” allows the true vision of the director to be realised. These are usually backed by the studio and are considered mainstream, buy cialis even canonical. What most people may not be a aware…

Argo

finds out if Hollywood can save the world

Book-to-Film Adaptation: Where do you stand?

While it may be a good film, order Elaine McDonald asks “whether it is a good film version of the book?” In a debate with friends over whether “The Shining” was an inadequate adaption or an improvement, check while both…