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There’s A Little Bit Of ‘Aisling’ In Us All

When I read online last year that a book was being written based on the famous Facebook group, Oh My God What A Complete Aisling, which I was a member of, I was sceptical. Actually more then that, I rolled…

Arts Class Officer Warns Class Reps Against Speaking To Press

The Tribune today learnt that college officers have today warned class reps against talking to members of the press on campus. In a message sent to Arts, Humanities and Social Science’s group chat seen by the Tribune a college officer…

The Importance of The Ordinary Female Story

As with everyone else in the world, I was in love with the Netflix original movie To all the boys I loved before. The sweet storyline, the wonderful and likeable characters, the general aesthetic of the movie and of course…

Event Guide: What Not to Miss this Culture Night

  Culture Night will take place this Friday September 16th and will see an array of free events all over the country, with Dublin being the largest centre. Beginning in 2005, Culture Night has blossomed into an essential evening on…

Arts Degree Structure To Change In The Coming Months

From September 2015 significant changes are to be made to the structure of the UCD Bachelor of Arts degree. Arts students were made aware of these changes via email from Dean of Arts, viagra Professor Muiris O’Sullivan on January 8th…

Michael Corleone: A tragic figure in American cinema

At the end of  The Godfather: Part 3, capsule the conclusion of Francis Ford Coppola’s epic mafia trilogy, try a wizened, feeble Michael Corleone adjusts his sunglasses, slumps forward, and dies alone. He sits on a chair in dusty, barren…

IFI French Film Festival

This November sees the return of the IFI French Film Festival. From the 19th to the 30th of November the IFI will be hosting 22 fantastic new films. This star studded festival, ed which is now in its fifteenth year,…

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UCD Campus Ban Cigarettes

Cigarettes and e-cigarettes will no longer be available to purchase on campus from Monday the first of September. The ban is a result of the UCD Health Promotion Committee’s proposal for a smoke free campus, diagnosis who suggested this to…

THE BOOK NOOK

Pull up  a chair and grab one of Aoife Byrne’s top picks for year ahead” Z – Therese Anne Fowler Fowler’s biographical novel centres on southern aristocrat Zelda Fitzgerald, viagra best known as the wife of prolific author F. Scott Fitzgerald…

The Wise Man’s Fear

TY intern James Kelly reviews the latest King Killer installment

“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…

Retrogaming

Darragh O’Connor provides a blast from the past in his selection of bygone games There are literally hundreds of “retro” video games that are worth playing. People are most familiar with names like Sonic, cialis Zelda and Mario on the…