Why Margaret Atwood is Forever Relevant

The Handmaid's Tale and Alias Grace make it clear: Margaret Atwood has a message for every generation.
By Niamh Farrell

The Green Party’s Great Hope

Catherine Martin, the Green Party's Deputy Leader, talks about her party's electoral fortunes and what she thinks of Leo Varadkar.
By Dominic McGrath

Where Football and Faith Meet

From an accident of birth or baptism, many fans find 'their' team. But what drives this passion for football?
By Dillon Hennessy and Matthew Murphy

Sinn Féin’s Own Boy Next Door

The youngest senator in Ireland, Fintan Warfield is making a name for himself.
By Ciaran Molloy

In Spain, a State Splinters and Two Nations Emerge

Chris McMahon looks at the events in Spain that could lead to a splintering of the region and the repercussions this could have on Catalonia, Spain and Europe as a whole.
By Chris McMahon

Josepha Madigan, the New Face of Fine Gael

Despite only being elected in 2016, Josepha Madigan is one of the rising stars of Fine Gael.
By Ciaran Molloy

LCD Soundsystem Strikes Back with American Dream

The band return with an album that will make fans feel nostalgic.
By Andrew Connolly

A Crucible of Cultures, the Basque Country Offers Art, Culture and Colour

Julie Irigaray reviews her homeland’s best experiences, from sport’s strong sensations to châteaux with character, festive nights and gourmet ideas.
By Julie Irigaray

In Madrid, Past Meets Present in a Curious Combination

Celebrated for its art, nightlife and sun, Madid has something to offer to every type of tourist.
By Ciarán Molloy

Orwell’s 1984, As Read by an Arts Student and a Science Student

As sales of the book continue to soar, we consider what lessons can be gleaned from its study of control and propaganda when read through the arts and science.
By Orla Howells and Tim Suits