Students resist fees and loans

Students resist fees and loans

By Rory O’Neill, TCD student. Irish third-level education is facing a big funding crisis. Public funding has been cut extensively since the beginning of the economic crisis, while the student body is expected to have grown by approximately 30% by 2028. It has been the policy of the government to shift the cost of third-level […]

End Direct Provision Now!

Since the tragic deaths of over 1200 migrants in the Mediterranean in April, the issue of migrants and asylum seekers is back on to the political agenda. This crisis has once again highlighted the barbarity and inadequacy of Ireland’s asylum policy.

End Direct Provision Now!

Since the tragic deaths of over 1200 migrants in the Mediterranean in April, the issue of migrants and asylum seekers is back on to the political agenda. This crisis has once again highlighted the barbarity and inadequacy of Ireland’s asylum policy. Contrary to popular myth, Ireland does not have a ‘migrant problem’ or an ‘asylum […]

Damon Albern’s political new album

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Damon Albern’s political new album

“But look at music now. Does it say anything? Young artists talk about themselves, not what’s happening out there.” These words from Blur and Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn might  seem trite butviewed in light of his development as an increasingly political and culturally disaffected songwriter, there is more substance to Albarn’s critique of pop music […]