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There’s More to the Science Gallery’s ‘Invisible’ Than Meets the Eye

Explore the intricacies of dark matter and dark energy at the Science Gallery Dublin’s new virtual exhibition.
By Louisa Celine Klatt
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In its Latest Show, Players Makes a Colourful Return to Eden

The style of Sarah Kane meets the story of Adam and Eve in DU Players Freshers Show ‘Eden’, which premiered this week.
By Sáoirse Goes
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From the Provost to the TCDSU President, Trinity is Embracing Movember 2020

Movember is a charitable drive, in which people grow moustaches to support men’s health.
By Mairead Maguire
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From Braywatch to Boyne, Some of Our Top Picks for Lockdown Reading

Our literature editors share their top reads of the season.
By Rebecca Deasy-Millar
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Five Of The Best: The Otherworld Festival

Axis Ballymun’s Otherworld Festival may be just what you need to snap out of those lockdown blues.
By Molly Longstaff
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TCDSU Launches its 2020 Mental Health Week

The week will be jam-packed with events about mental health.
By Sárán Fogarty
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At a Timely Panel, the Hist Discusses the Rise of Political Extremism

Guest speakers included journalists Suzanne Lynch and Conor Gallagher, historian Prof John Horne and Trinity student Emma Taggart.
By Alice Symington
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This Halloween, The Axis Ballymun Staged a Story of Female Empowerment

The Corps Ensemble remounted Kissing The Witch for a virtual audience as part of The Axis Ballymun’s Otherworld Festival.
By Ailbhe Noonan
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With SOFIA, Palestinian Ambassador Discusses Conflict and Coronavirus

The Society for International Affairs hosted Her Excellency Dr Jilan Abdalmajid this week in a spirited discussion about colonisation and annexation.
By Claire Molloy
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Lockdown Literature Returns: Reads to Get Your Heart Racing

When better to resurrect our Lockdown Literature series than the night before All Hallows Eve? This time around however, the recommendations are not for the faint-hearted.
By Ann Moroney