Life Imitates Art – Artfully Encouraging Respect for the Female Body

Jane Fallon Griffin talks to artist Yolanda Domínguez about her feminist demonstrations that have ignited the Spanish conversation about female portrayal in the media
By Jane Fallon Griffin

Book Review: The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro

Octavia van Smirren reviews Kazuo Ishiguro's first novel in a decade
By Octavia van Smirren

Book Review: A Struggle for Fame by Charlotte Riddell

Jack Maguire discusses the career of prolific Victorian female novelist Charlotte Riddell
By Jack Maguire

Dublin 100 Years Ago: Economics, Imprisonment and Art

In March 1916, Dublin was suffering the effects of the Great War, and a tense atmosphere was growing that would spark the Easter Rising.
By Dana Alexa

Hamilton – A Modern Musical Take On History

Susan Birmingham discusses the widespread popularity of American musical Hamilton
By Susan Birmingham

A Part Time Lover and a Full Time Friend: Reminiscences on Kimya Dawson and the Juno Soundtrack

Aine Palmer reflects on the captivating power of the Juno soundtrack dominated by the talented Kimya Dawson
By Aine Palmer

Amazing Grace – The Career of Grace Coddington

Danielle Olavario reflects on the career of Vogue's creative director following the news that she will be stepping down from her position
By Danielle Olavario

The Rise of Athleisure Living

Joey Germaine discusses the recent trend of fashionable active wear
By Joey Germaine

Louise O’Neill on Fortifying Feminism Through Fiction

Rachel Kidd chats to Irish author and Trinity graduate, Louise O’Neill, about books, feminism and solutions for sexism
By Rachel Kidd

Transformer: Connecting the Cosmopolitan Student with Catholicism

Connor Foley attends Transformer, an 8-week course on life with the spirit held in St Teresa’s Church, Clarendon Street, reconciling his faith with the cosmopolitan life of a student in the process.
By Connor Foley