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Trinity Trend: Dad Trainers

How can something once so utterly repellent now be the most fashionable pair of shoes one can own?
By Aoife Murray
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In Rathmines, A Taste of the Caribbean Coasts

At pop up Lil Portie, diners can feast upon a culinary fusion of dishes drawn from Jamaica, Ireland, and Latin America.
By Emma Horan
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Speaking With: Loose Canon

Loose Canon makes cheese and wine shops accessible, even on a student budget.
By Emma Horan
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Confronting the Divide Between Land and Sea

Running until November 17th, Sean Scully's latest exhibition represents the coming together of land and sea.
By Éabha McKeown
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Fostering Tolerance and Inclusion Through Theatre

A look at some of the best moments of Dublin Theatre Festival.
By Jamie O’Siochrú and Jack Farrell
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Trinity Drama Students Make Their Debut

Every year, five fourth-year drama students take residency at the Samuel Beckett Theatre for their first work in a professional theatre.
By Jack Farrell
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A Haven for Student Filmmakers

The Film Scene offers a space for student to stretch their filmmaking legs.
By Aaron Finnegan
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The Legacy of Irish Festivals’ Founding Father

The unexpected death of John Reynold's led to an outpouring of gratitude for his dedication to the Irish music scene.
By Alison Traynor
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Samantha Power, Rainbow Week and David Swensen: Your Week Ahead

This week, societies play host to a range of top political and business figures as well as celebrating Rainbow Week.
By Molly Furey
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Lemme Talk Offers Budding Poets an Open Mic Debut

Whether you've been waiting to show your poetic skills, or simply need a break from the library, Poetry Ireland's new open mic night is for you.
By Imogen Kavanagh