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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….

No room in the inn for UCD students

Over the course of the summer and coming into the start of the new academic year student housing has become an increasing and complex problem. Many UCD students are finding it difficult to get accommodation around Dublin with a large…

‘Come on, Vogue!’

Lauren Tracey discusses the relevance of Vogue Magazine, sick a true icon, sickness still looking fabulous at 120 years old. “Every issue of Vogue is an inspiration to me,” – Oscar de le Renta. This month perhaps the most iconic fashion…

Jacks Rule the Kingdom

The Sunday before last saw two of the country’s top football teams contest the Senior All-Ireland Football Final in what was one of the most eagerly-anticipated matches the championship has seen in years. Both teams went into the match feeling…

A Weekend to Savour

Forgive me Declan, health for I have sinned. It has been six months since my last confession and these are my sins. I did not believe you when you insisted that this Irish rugby team was not far off from…

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Looking into the apocalypse

In case you missed it, healing the world started to end around 3.30pm yesterday. Hell opened its gates and instead of giving us the four horsemen of the apocalypse, look it released fifteen footballers from Donegal onto the hallowed turf…