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Deis Chun Grá a Aimsiú Leis an gCumann Gaelach

Is é an 31ú Eanáir an spriocdháta chun síniú suas don fheachtas cártaí Lá Fhéile Vailintín an Chumainn Ghaelaigh.
By Jennifer Ní Chiara
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The Faces Behind Dublin Food Look Towards the Future

From Bretzel Bakery to La Cocina Cuevas food truck, The University Times looks towards a 2021 full of flavour.
By Maria Rooney-Fitzpatrick
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Trinity Trend: The Afghan Coat

You can expect to catch glimpses of this y2k-does-60s coat complete with fleecy trim on your daily walks from now on.
By Emily Kenny
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Student-Run Film Zine to Launch This Friday

The Film Scene, founded by Trinity student Hannah-Kate Ní Shioradáin, will release its debut film zine on January 22nd.
By Gráinne Mahon
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Review

Zakura: Go-To Hangover Cure Turned Perfect Park Lunch

Wexford Street’s noodle and sushi restaurant passess our taste test with flying colours.
By Julia Quilligan
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Stephen Sexton Talks Winning the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 2020

The poet’s first pamphlet and collection of works, Oils and If All the World and Love Were Young, have been acknowledged by Ireland’s oldest literary prize.
By Rebecca Deasy-Millar
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How Harry Styles’ Vogue Cover Is Redefining Men’s Self-Expression

Released in December, Styles’ gender-fluid fashion Vogue cover coincided with the conclusion of the month of men’s mental health campaigns and fundraising.
By Chioma Lauren Muoneke
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The Latest Issue of Channel Magazine Tackles Intersectional Environmentalism

Packed with poetry and prose, the latest issue of this eco-literary magazine was launched on November 26th.
By Caoimhe Weakliam
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Speaking with

How Brent Geese and Surveillance Capitalism Inspired Designer Una Curran

A poster girl for uncanny inspiration, Una Curran’s award-winning graduate collection takes the patterns of migratory birds and modern society – and makes it fashion.
By Elizabeth Ring
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Showcasing Contemporary Art from Behind Closed Doors

Just like Olivier Cornet’s exhibition ‘On Paper’, Dublin’s contemporary art scene has shown its resilience in times of vulnerability.
By Louisa Celine Klatt