College Life

Repeat Examination Fees – A Motivator to study or a Means to an End?

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) students have today begun their third day of protests against the decision to introduce a €450 charge for students who fail an examination and have to re-sit. Vice

US Gun Violence - Where We Stand

It has been one month since the fatal mass shooting in Parkland, Florida. The debate over gun control is in the public eye like it always is every time after a massacre, but the issue is deeper than

The Trial of the Yellow Rose

A ‘Yellow Rose’ campaign showing solidarity for the alleged rape victim in Belfast Crown Court, has already exceeded its goal by over €3,400. The campaign, started through social media, plans

An Honest Look Into Drug Addiction

Anne Buckley, perhaps more than anyone, understands the trap of addiction. Having lost 17 years of her life to her battles with heroin and methadone, the 41 year old has collaborated with TV3 to

Children Need Social Media Regulation - Not Just The Public Services Card

In light of a number of highly disturbing incidents involving children and social media recently, debate has been sparked about online identification and age restrictions. It’s a discussion

RTÉ Announce New Female Led Radio Schedule

RTÉ Radio One has announced today their new schedule for the station. The new team of six presenters is a female-led team which will see the weekly schedule incorporate new presenters as well as