Universities across the globe are actively decolonising their curriculums off the back of recent movements and realisations. Trinity College Dublin has launched a two-year-long investigation into its historic links to slavery and colonialism in an attempt to free itself from its deep-rooted systems of colonial oppression. But how can this be achieved?
Patrick Morgan investigates how VAR is so controversial in football on a weekly basis regardless the outcome of each match.
A look into how Ireland’s current economic downturn may have an unexpected silver lining, Julieanne Doyle investigates.
Ciara Phelan explores the very real risks of using DNA ancestry kits.
Joe Biden’s policy decisions thus-far allude to the classic US Democratic mixture of coercive diplomacy, deterrence and engagement when it comes to international relations. Kevin Henn explores.
The explosive new documentary Framing Britney Spears has confronted us with the shameful past of tabloid culture and blatant misogyny that characterised the early 2000s.
“Cancel culture” has been a term on everyone’s lips for years now and has been thought of as generally a polarising binary. However, as with all things, there is more nuance to it than that.
Ciara Boyle explores societies’ reactions to the pandemic and its impact on free speech
Alexei Navalny. A lawyer, politician, leader, and most importantly – a human being. On 17 January 2021, the 44-year-old Russian was sentenced to three and a half years in prison due to violating his parole which occurred back in 2014.
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.