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Tips to avoid procrastination

Take breaks In secondary school I had a tendency to cram and work for hours in a row without stopping, which quickly led to either intense burnout or long periods of stress-induced procrastination. The advice that finally worked for me was to take frequent and regular breaks between assignments. You …

Eve Belle: Interview

I sat down with musician Eve Belle to chat about her upcoming tour, her debut album and the challenges of balancing making music and student life. Tell us a bit about yourself and your music! My name is Eve Murtagh, I perform under Eve Belle which is my middle name. …

Dune – Review

Upon hearing that an adaptation of Dune was in the works, the diligent English student in me attempted to read Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel. I gave up fairly quickly due to the heavy world – building, one of the reasons this book is infamously unadaptable. A subsequent failure to watch …

Ranking Irish Politicians’ TikTok Accounts

Irish politicians have caused a frenzy on TikTok over the last year – some of the videos published have ranged from the slightly embarrassing to the downright heinous. It begs the question, should TDs be legally allowed to have access to TikTok? Is the whole concept of a political party …

No-Nonsense Student Recipes

I was given many student cookbooks when I first went to college and, to my dismay, found them secretly very complicated. For those who may want to branch out from pesto pasta, I’ve collected a few tried and tested recipes from my college days. Some of these, like the chilli, …

The Do’s and Don’ts of Charity Shopping

Charity shops and their sustainable treasures have exploded in popularity over the last while. For those who want to be the best-dressed while on a budget, here are some tips and tricks to help you find the perfect fit. Do Check everywhere Check all sections- men’s, women’s homeware, books etc. …