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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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

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

Theatre For One Saw An Experimental Return to Live Theatre

Theatre For One ran in the Abbey Theatre from the December 18th to December 23rd, just in time for Christmas.
By Molly Longstaff

BuskAid Brings Musical Christmas Cheer Online

The Waterford City busking festival began today, with a lineup of online events leading to BuskAid Live on December 23rd in aid of homelessness charities.
By Hannah Quearney

The Radius Fashion Guide to Buying the Perfect Irish-Owned Gift

The Radius fashion team have put their satrorial heads together to bring you the best Irish brands to put on the top of your Christmas wish list.

CMAT’s Very Nice Christmas: A Cathartic End to a Catastrophic Year

This week, CMAT and friends quenched the musical appetites of those still pining after the pre-pandemic gig scene.
By Hannah Quearney

Just Under 300 Attendees Celebrate the Season at Trinity Christmas Ball

The night included performances from Trinity musicians Gemma Cox, Blueberry Rouge, Oscar Blue, Banríon, Eve Bell, Trophy Wife and Greg Tisdall.
By Clara Roche

Over the Phone, ‘Abbey Calling’ Reconnects Artist and Audience

The personal telephone performances of Abbey Calling run until 7:30pm today.
By Sáoirse Goes and Lara Monahan

Festive Film Picks From Campus’s Familiar Faces

While students go stir-crazy with online assessments, we seek film recommendations from the custodians of our campus, who consistently brave human contact so that we don’t have to.
By Emer Tyrrell