How to Fakeaway: Chicken Chow Mein, Margherita Pizza and Fries

Outdoor dining is no longer an option, so it’s time to put down the phone and put on your oven gloves for these teasingly easy fakeaway favourites.
By Síofradh O’Sullivan

Murder Mystery, Games Night and a CV Workshop: Your Week Ahead

Now that society life is back in full swing, Aine Kennedy brings you a comprehensive guide to this week’s events to watch out for.
By Aine Kennedy

The Abbey Marks a Centenary Since Bloody Sunday 1920 Through 14 Voices

Writer Tracy Martin and director Dan Colley spoke to The University Times about the creative processes they employed to embody a collection of lives lost too soon.
By Ailbhe Noonan

With DU Music, Gemma Dunleavy Discusses Postcode Pride

Dunleavy’s latest EP Up De Flats, which was released in July, is now available to stream on all major platforms.
By Claire Brennan

Comhdháil Uí Chadhain 2020 : Ag Céiliúradh an Mhórscríbhneora

Cuirfear réimse leathan taighde ar shaol agus saothair Uí Chadhain i láthair idir 9.30rn– 4in ar líne.
By Ruairí Weiner

Bites: The Humble Leek

Eating like a Roman Emperor is officially in season.
By Maria Rooney-Fitzpatrick

Trinity Trend: The Vivienne Westwood Necklace

Get ready to raid your grandmother's jewellery box and pull out those family heirlooms, because the pearl necklace is fast becoming a Trinity Trend.
By Chioma Muoneke
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Post Punk Podge Joins Limerick’s Flock of Surrealist Musicians

Post Punk Podge’s latest singles “Hard Man” and “Haunted by History” are now available to stream on all major platforms.
By Theo Cronin

Ruth Dempsey on Finding Ways to Keep Sustainability Top of The Agenda

Though Finders Keepers store is closed under level-five restrictions, the retailer is continuing to operate sales online.
By Gráinne Mahon
Five Of The Best

Five of the Best: Coffee Hatches in Dublin

Making the most of a much-needed library break, Julia Quilligan scours the city for the best take-out coffee on the go.
By Julia Quilligan