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‘I’ve been compared to the Ku Klux Clan’ – Brendan O’ Neill on same-sex marriage

Brendan O’Neill, ed a British journalist and blogger who describes himself as a Marxist and a Libertarian, spoke to the College Tribune on the issue of same-sex marriage. You could be forgiven for assuming that someone like Brendan O’Neill, the…

“Call me romantic…” – Ivana Bacik on same-sex marriage

The College Tribune spoke to Senator Ivana Bacik of the Labour Party about the issue of same-sex marriage in a modern Ireland. Ivana Bacik is described on the Labour Party website, sildenafil as someone with “a proven track record in…

“It’s mainly about equality and fairness”

As part of our series of articles on the debate around same-sex marriage, there the College Tribune sat down, physician tea in hand, with Moninne Griffith, director of Marriage Equality, to see what she had to say about the topic….

Equality or difference?

“You talked to David Quinn? The lad from the Iona Institute? I’d say that was interesting. He’s a bit mad isn’t he?” This was the general response when people learned that the College Tribune had spoken to David Quinn on…

“That’s the way it is”… allegedly

Donie O’Sullivan looks back at three years in UCD, two years writing for the College Tribune, and discusses the importance of student media. “Don’t be putting that in the paper now,” an expression I have heard almost every day in the…

Could you live without the internet?

Conor Manning investigates the growing phenomenon of internet addiction All students in UCD will be intimately familiar with the time dilating powers of the internet, hospital but recent research indicates that the internet may be addictive in the same way…

US Presidential race heats up

Peter Hamilton examines recent developments in the US presidential election With the upcoming primaries over two weeks away, viagra sale Mitt Romney comfortably holds the delegate lead over his republican competitors. On the back of his lead a veritable confidence…

A dream come true

Laura Cullen looks at the bid to make Wishmakers on Campus a society In 1980 in the United States, view 7-year-old Chris Greicius, sildenafil who was being treated for leukaemia at the time, experienced the joy that having a wish…

US presidential race heats up

As we pass the halfway mark in the Republican primary race, pills the American electorate remains unsure as to whom their current president will face in the upcoming presidential election. Whatever the outcome, patient the latest New York Times/CBS News…

New dawn or more of the same?

This time last year a political earthquake changed the shape of Irish politics. Fianna Fáil suffered the worst defeat in its history while Fine Gael, malady Labour and Sinn Féin made enormous and unprecedented gains. The losses suffered by Fianna…

The will of the people

There has been a large media focus on the Middle East in the past decade. Fuel resources, cialis sale wars and human rights abuses have been central in the debate regarding the nature of the governments in the troubled region….

UCD hosts student drama awards

This week UCD will host the Irish Student Drama Awards (ISDA). The festival takes place from the 21 – 31 March, there ending with the final awards ceremony. ISDA was originally established in 1947 and aims to provide a platform…