• Halloween Around the World!

    Halloween is celebrated annually on the 31st of October and whilst it might seem like just an excuse to dress up, or for an all-nighter at Crisis, the tradition is much more widespread. Rather than trick-or-treating sweets from the neighbors you never speak to, for many, the festival’s importance...
  • What to eat on St Patrick’s Day?

    The 17th of March is a day for embracing all things Irish, which stretches way beyond the borders of the emerald isle. If you are Irish, you will be accustomed to St Patrick’s day celebrations and Irish culture already, but if not, it is time to seize your annual...
  • Things to look out for: England vs. Wales – The Decider

    This Saturday, we will find out who, if anyone, is capable of winning the Grand Slam. Both England and Wales enter week three as undefeated teams, with high aspirations, as the Six Nations Championship, Triple Crown, and Grand Slam are all still up for grabs. With no love lost...
  • The Best Things That Happened in 2018

    It was the year that never ended, the year when the Arctic Circle was burning, the year when Donald Trump carried on being president of the free world. No one can be blamed for being ready to boot 2018 deep into the grave, but plenty of great things happened...
  • O’Neill and Keane attempt to prove themselves at the City Ground

    The City Ground has seen a remarkable conveyor-belt of managers in the past eight years, with 11 men attempting to make it work for the reds. In January, Martin O’Neill returned to the club with which he won a League Title, two League Cups and a European Cup in...
  • January Book of the Month: Milkman

    Anna Burns’ third novel, Milkman, is an interesting social comment but fails to completely capture your imagination by not meeting the potential of its plot. “I struggled to get that page-turning feeling” Milkman was the winner of the 2018 Man Booker Prize and maps the experiences of the protagonist...
  • Six Nations 2019: Why Wales are this Year’s Dark Horse

    This year’s edition of the Six Nations is just days away and the standard of competition looks to have gone up again after years of continuous improvement. Ireland are riding high after beating the All Blacks once again in November, England’s squad looks to be as strong as it’s...