Olivia Moore explains a bit about the Trinity Provost position’s historic ban on women, and how that may be changing very soon.
Brianna Walsh weighs-in on the crisis in Yemen and what Ireland could potentially do with their new role on the UN Security Council.
Comparisons of recent riots at the US capitol to ‘third world countries’ is not only a short-sighted generalisation, but also deflects attention away from the fact that political violence is, in reality, distinctly American.
While news of a vaccine has made us hopeful, it is understandable to be apprehensive about what this means. There are currently 64 vaccines in clinical development and another 174 in preclinical development. Ruby Cooney elaborates on these.
The Special Criminal Court has been in operation in Ireland since 1972. On the 16th of February, Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, announced a three-month review of the Special Criminal Court and all Offences Against the State Acts, which govern the court by an expert review group.