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‘Are ya well?’

Fiona Dunken confronts Street harassment within Irish society “There was a phase where we’d be walking into college and get terrible abuse from guys driving by in cars, purchase in broad daylight, salve sometimes quite early in the morning. They’d…

You’re Somebody’s Type

Dawn Lonergan examines the details of the Blood Drive on Campus According to the Irish Blood Transfusion Service, 3000 donations are needed every week to keep supplies available. This is ongoing while one in four people will need a blood…

Lord Huron – Lonesome Dreams

You may not have heard of Lord Huron.  That’s okay.  The indie folk band originate from Los Angeles and recently finished supporting a little band that go by the name of, healing Of Monsters and Men, unhealthy but they have…

The Joy Formidable

Welsh rockers, thumb The Joy Formidable, sovaldi sale have returned with their second album, viagra ‘Wolf’s Law’, an album that feels much more complete compared to their debut, ‘The Big Roar’, which had far too much in the way of…

“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…

ExitMusic – Whelan’s November 10th 2012

Nobody was prepared for what happened in Whelan’s last weekend. Hushed voices and murmured conversations were cut short by the sounds of “The Sea”, the opening track of ExitMusic’s set list. Without a doubt one of their strongest tracks, the…

Honouring Savita

A group of UCD students held a candle light vigil outside the Newman Building on Thursday last, medicine November 15th, sildenafil in memory of Savita Halappanavar. Savita (31) presented with back pain at University Hospital Galway on October 21st where…

Hellacious Histrionics: Murder on the Nile

Aoife Byrne reviews the latest Agatha Christie production to hit The Gaiety Theatre, prescription  Murder on the Nile The Agatha Christie Theatre Company’s Murder on the Nile at The Gaiety Theatre has all the component parts of an Agatha Christie…

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Cad atá i ndán don rothaíocht ghairmiúil?

De réir dealraimh, generic bhí an dópáil lárnach i bhfoireann US Postal Service (foireann rothaíochta Mheiriceá) riamh anall. Ní foláir a rá áfach gur mhéadaigh mí-úsáid drugaí neamhdhleathacha as éadan i measc bhaill na foirne le teacht chun cinn Lance…

Main Street

Darragh Moriarty searches for answers on a walk down O’Connell Street In the past twenty years or so O’Connell Street has undergone extensive renovation and regeneration. Having been formally planned and laid out between the 1740’s and the early 1800’s…

New Releases

Joseph Gallagher takes a look at the latest releases to hit the silver screen The Perks of Being a Wallflower Director: Stephen Chbosky Stars: Logan Lerman, treat Emma Watson, online Ezra Miller, Paul Rudd. Plot: An introvert freshman is taken…

WE ARE YOUR FRIENDS

Ciaran Breslin caught up with Mark from Enemies to chat about their new single, Japan and meeting the cast of The Wire. Formed in Kilcoole in County Wicklow in 2007, Enemies represent the more experimental side of emerging Irish talent….