Pat Divilly thought a rip-roaring business would make him happy. He now sees the flaws in that argument.
The Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act of 2017 has been decried by sex workers in Ireland for further endangering sex workers, an already vulnerable element of society.
Emma Horan looks into the deadly intersection between fascism and the environmental movement.
The discovery of artefacts dating back to the Vikings at the site spawned a contentious battle between developers and archaeologists in the 1970s.
In a rare interview, legendary Irish songwriter Pete St John comes to The University Times Magazine with a proposal: he wants help with an ‘international anthem for climate change’.
How does a comedian react when they don't know if the crowd is laughing?
Samuel O'Brient on his last days in Dublin – a city that became a home away from home for him – before the virus brought him home to the US.
Known for being a star of telly shopping, Rob Locke talks about his many pivots.
Ireland's linguistic traditions endured British oppression. Now we're signing them away to US cultural colonialism, writes Patrick O'Donoghue.
Alix Philouze went home from Dublin to Paris when the severity of the virus became clear. She tells a story of caution, and cautious optimism.