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When I Ran Away and Joined the (Trinity) Circus

Catriona Paget immerses herself in juggling, hula-hooping and poi with Trinity's Circus Society – and discovers a society that's got all the tricks.
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After Big Equality Wins, Trinity Women’s Review Looks to the Future

The publication of the fourth volume of the Trinity Women’s Review was celebrated in the Douglas Hyde gallery this week.
By Imogen Redpath
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With Pol Soc, Internationalism, Women’s Rights and Pay Equality

Lisa Keenan, Lynn Ruane, Jennifer Carroll MacNeill and Alice-Mary Higgins joined Pol Soc yesterday as part of International Women’s Week.
By Sárán Fogarty
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With TMT, Jesus Christ Superstar Tackles the Power of the Mob

The society's production of Jesus Christ Superstar kicks off on Wednesday.
By MaryAnn Ciosk
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Early St Patrick’s and a Women’s Week Bonanza: Your Week Ahead

Celebrate International Women's Week with a slew of events to celebrate female empowerment.
By Catriona Paget
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RTÉ’s Orlagh Doherty Talks Diversity and Media’s ‘Always On’ Culture

Doherty told transition year students that they should grab opportunities presented to them in the world of journalism.
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Sinéad Farrell on Succeeding in Sports Journalism

Farrell, a journalist with The42.ie, talked the ins and outs of sports journalism – and flagged the mistakes young journalists should avoid.
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Precocious Youth Becomes Award-Winning Director: Meet Neasa Hardiman

The Dublin director, whose feature film Sea Fever closes this year's Dublin Film Festival, talks Berlin, Fair City – and designing RTÉ's logo.
By Holly Moore
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‘Start Now’: Journalist Peter McGuire on Making it in an Imperfect Industry

The freelance journalist was speaking to transition year students as part of an access week organised by The University Times.
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Horror, Comedy and the Supernatural: Lorcan Finnegan Pushes Film’s Envelope

The filmmaker talks about creating landscapes that are both haunting and haunted, and how anger informs his work.
By Stephen Patrick Murray