By Sarah Gill Blowing off some steam is part and parcel of every student’s weekly schedule and it’s important to spend your time outside the library making some quality memories. Without further ado, let’s get planning the next fortnight... Groovy Tuesday at Massimo - Every Tuesday Having quickly become a staple of every student’s college week, I would be … [Read more...] about What’s on in Galway? February 18 – March 2
By Fiach Mac Fhionnlaoich Bringing the Star Wars saga to a close is no enviable task. A massive cultural juggernaut that has permeated imaginations worldwide since the release of its first instalment, it has also already been given a conclusion twice. Firstly, with the release of Return of the Jedi in 1983 and then again following the end of the prequel trilogy in … [Read more...] about REVIEW – Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker
By Varun Dua You returned to Netflix with its second season on 26 December, and Joe Goldberg is back with a new “You”; Love Quinn, played by Victoria Pedretti (of Haunting of the Hill House fame). Ironically, she has a co-dependent twin (Forty Quinn) in this series too. Joe, meanwhile, is learning from his past mistakes and trying to make amends in the way he goes about his … [Read more...] about SERIES REVIEW: You Season 2
By Rachel Garvey Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter must now move over on the bench to make room for a new App gracing the public with its presence, an App by the name of Tik Tok. A platform that has been installed by millions of users according to the Play Store App and has now become an ongoing popular topic of conversation amongst a worldwide audience of all ages. … [Read more...] about Tik Tok? Is that not a song?
By Catherine Taylor When the latest screen adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women debuted on St. Stephen’s Day 2019, the film became an instant hit. Lauded by book fans and critics alike, Greta Gerwig’s highly anticipated adaptation of the eponymous novel has managed to do the impossible; seamlessly bridge the gap between its 19th century setting, and its … [Read more...] about Little Women review: Greta Gerwig’s adaptation provides fresh perspective while remaining faithful to its source material