Trinity graduate Tim MacGabhann talks about class consciousness and why Donald Trump is nothing new – 'just a bit ruder'.
Jones, an English and film student, was listed as a Star of Tomorrow by film magazine Screen International.
Trinity's Enactus society will compete against sustainable entrepreneurs from 37 countries at the Enactus World Cup this September.
Improv, She Wrote is graduating to the paid Fringe, with a nine-night run in a 90-seater venue.
It's fantastic to see the Dublin Flea Market return to trading, but high prices may drive buyers away, writes Susie Crawford.
Mark Cashen, the founder of As One, says he wants his establishment to be 'a positive space with really good food'.
Using organic cream, Three Twenty offers ice cream a cut above the rest – though its prices are steep.
Oh My Street Food is bringing glory back to 4 Westmoreland St, with authentic Chinese offerings worth paying a little extra for.
The Science Gallery's new exhibition, which launches tomorrow, contemplates the role of technology in our quest for perfection.
Author Séan Ó Tuathaigh's new book, 'Outlanders', documents the stories of refugees he met while on a J1 in the US in 2010.