Launched in Lockdown: To Dye For by Johanna

While spirits were low in lockdown, demand for mood-lifting loungewear and accessories was skyrocketing. Enter Johanna Dooley.
By Elizabeth Ring

Irish Artists Unite to Tackle Climate Change With Creativity

Irish creative professionals emphasise the role of art in the environmental movement.
By Louisa Klatt

Trinity Trend: Glossier Makeup

A critical take on the minimal makeup brand that is as problematic as it is pretty.
By Emily Kenny

Trinity Graduate Hiram Harrington on ‘Goodnight Girl’

Hiram Harringon’s script Goodnight Girl promises ‘a fun take on a heist film, but also an intimate look at queer relationships and how they function’.
By Gráinne Mahon

How The Magazine Club Found Unexpected Success in Lockdown

Formerly known as Magazines, the humble Dublin-based band have gained increased recognition for their delicately dreamy sound in recent months.
By Hannah Quearney

With ‘Home’, the Abbey Puts Survivor Testimonies Centre Stage

Home, a production which will explore the history of Mother and Homes in Ireland, will be broadcast on St. Patrick’s Day at 7pm.
By Sáoirse Goes

When the Show Must Not Go On, What’s the Student Impact?

As the Samuel Beckett Theatre stays dark, final-year students reflect on what the cancellation of their debut means for their futures.
By Molly Longstaff and Emer Tyrrell

Societies Campaign to Combat Racism Against the Asian Community

The hashtag #ProtectAsianLives has recently been circulating across Trinity societies’ social media platforms, as they stand in solidarity with the Asian community.
By Claire Ní Bhraonáin

St Patrick’s Festival 2021: Our Top Musical Picks

This year’s virtual festival will showcase the very best of Irish musical talent.
By Ruth Cronin

Celebrating International Women’s Day Through Film and Theatre

Radius dabbled in both discussions of theatre and film this year, to celebrate women, both past and present, dedicated to leading the change.
By Ailbhe Noonan and Ruth McGann