Last night saw Bryan Dobson chair the political debate organised by the Phil and Trinity Politics society.
Fionnuala Egan learns more about the society’s ongoing campaigns this year, including #NotACriminal, #IWelcome and Jailbreak.
This Tuesday saw the Lighthouse Cinema host the Irish premiere of Tom Ford’s latest venture as a film director.
The RTÉ Concert Orchestra plans to bring the 2009 adaptation of Star Trek to life by performing the score live to a screening of the picture on Friday and Saturday evening.
In a talk that covered a range of drugs, from cannabis to Viagra, O'Neill made a strong case for the value of immunology in developing treatments for disease.
The music producer and drummer discussed his experiences with Chic, chocolate chips and following his passion.
David Donovan goes behind the scenes to co-op’s rehearsals to learn more about the annual production that is running throughout this week.
Ahead of this weekend, Saoirse Ní Scanláin talks to Will Rolfe of the festival’s production team and New Jackson ahead of their performance.
Last night, the Freemason’s Hall welcomed a Tudor-style debate organised by DU History and DU Players.
The zoology student and Chair of DU Zoology Society speaks about his passion for photography and blogging with The Typing TRex.