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Bullet Girl Hunt Post-Punk Perfection

They've worked with Girl Band's Daniel Fox and their latest single sees them at their abrasive best. Bullet Girl show no sign of slowing down.
By Joe Coughlan
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Normal People Week 6 Recap: a Fitting Finale to an Exquisite Series

In the last two episodes – aired on RTÉ last night – Connell and Marianne find happiness before an ending that's subtle, profound and powerful.
By Stephen Patrick Murray
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Students Have Long Opposed Direct Provision. Jane McNamara Wants Them to Understand It

The journalist has just released a podcast – edited by Trinity student Ellie O'Neill – that explains every aspect of direct provision in Ireland.
By Susie Crawford
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Normal People Week 5 Recap: Connell and Marianne, at Their Lowest Ebb

Episodes nine and 10 see Connell and Marianne at their most vulnerable, in a graceful and devastating depiction of mental health struggles.
By Stephen Patrick Murray
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Trinity Trend – Lockdown Edition: The Shaved Head

Fashion statements in Trinity are changed irreparably. But students are still trying things out in lockdown – with decidedly mixed results.
By Coco Millar
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In New Photobook, Niamh Barry Sheds Light on Tiny American Moments

Trinity student Niamh Barry, known for her student documentaries has just released her first book of photos – set in Boston.
By Susie Crawford
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How Naoise Jo is Building a Brand in Dublin Design

We're in lockdown, but Naoise Jo – a Dublin-based designer – is making waves with a brand ethos of bringing ‘a little joy to whoever wears it’.
By Leah Gaynor
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Normal People Week 4 Recap: In Italy, Old Tropes Haunt Our Protagonists

After a breakup that hurt both Connell and Marianne, episodes seven and eight show them attempting to navigate a new kind of relationship.
By Gráinne Mahon
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With Natalie Coleman’s Face Masks, Beauty That Breaks (Social) Barriers

The Dublin-based designer on the inspiration behind her face masks – as well as the social change she hopes they can help effect.
By Coco Millar
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One Single In (It’s a Love Song Set In KFC), CMAT is Doing Things Her Way

In her own words, she's a ‘singer, dancer, social media maverick, country heure and bimbo troubadour’. Now CMAT is making waves in Dublin pop.
By Susie Crawford