As the Christmas season approaches, essay deadlines and growing stacks of books to be read can have a certain effect on us students. In these desperate times, I look to Tom Haverford’s motto: “treat yo self”. Have an essay that … Continue reading Relatable TV Character of the Month – Tom Haverford from Parks and Rec For December, Niamh Keating chooses Tom Haverford from the hit TV show Parks and Recreation for this instalment of Relatable Character of the Month.
So, let’s talk about bisexuality – in a real way, without some glib quotation by a gross-ass filmmaker that was tired by the time I came out back in ’02. Firstly, waaay back in 1948, Dr. Alfred Kinsey (Irish … Continue reading Bi-bi Baby – Let’s Talk About Bisexuality So, let’s talk about bisexuality – in a real way, without some glib quotation by a gross-ass filmmaker that was tired by the time I came out back in ’02.
December has rolled around, along with this year’s batch of films vying for their spots in the upcoming awards season. The timing is certainly interesting, as the dark underbelly of Hollywood sex abuse seems to be exposed more and more … Continue reading Tn2’s Must-Watch Indie Movies A round-up of award season’s biggest names in independent cinema
Coconut oil, beloved by health bloggers and professional chefs alike, poses a lot of questions for the average student cook. It’s hard to know what it’s best used for, and whether or not to believe the hype surrounding its supposed … Continue reading Is Coconut Oil Worth The Hype? Having only recently come in to popularity in Ireland, it has quickly achieved “superfood” status, among claims that it cures various ailments and encourages weight loss.
So last week I got a shock, of the worst, financial after-the-earthquake kind. After living in scandalous levels of excess for the past few weeks, the money I had made pretending to answer the phone and stamping post in my … Continue reading BAD BEAN – Living on baked beans for one tumultuous week Aoife Breen spills the beans on what it’s like to subsist solely on baked beans for one tumultuous week.
Eatyard is one of those cool hipster places that doesn’t feel like it’s in Ireland. With its storage container food outlets, wooden seating arrangements and abundant fairy lights it’s become one of my favourite places to visit in Dublin. If … Continue reading The Eatyard Experience – Dublin’s Foodie Haven Kate Banks gives the low-down on Dublin’s foodie haven
“Fairy tales do not tell children the dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.” ― G.K. Chesterton The New Yorker published a short story ‘Cat Person’ this week. Spoilers: it’s … Continue reading Thoughts on ‘Cat Person’ (no, not the Bowie song) Maia Mathieu shares her views on the short story published by The New Yorker that went viral this week.
Lee Krasner was an uncompromisingly original artist. She was a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism before the movement was even given a name.. Although, in many ways, Krasner’s 1945-1956 marriage to Jackson Pollock overshadowed her career. In fact, you might even … Continue reading December’s Artist on the Margins: Lee Krasner Harris Wheless picks Lee Krasner, “one of only four female artists to have had a retrospective at MoMA”, as this month’s Artist on the Margins.
Despite their spikes, chestnuts are deliciously sweet inside. These seasonal treats are currently in peak season and are extremely versatile; they can be used in savoury and sweet dishes. Chestnuts can unfortunately not be consumed raw as certain varieties contain … Continue reading Tn2’s December Recipe: Chestnut Brownies Amanda Cliffe shares her best chestnut season recipes
It should be a well known fact by now that Blue Planet is the perfect show to watch when you’re hungover, sick, or otherwise indisposed. Sadly, if you’ve suddenly realised that we are less than two weeks away from the … Continue reading Music For… After a long day in the library Cliona Lynskey recommends the soundtrack of Blue Planet II to de-stress after a hard day’s work at the library
When Christian Dior stated, “tones of grey, pale turquoise and pink will prevail” it was certainly a premonition for 2017. Throughout the year it-colour of the moment, millennial pink, has been seizing the fashion world, bringing with it fresh … Continue reading A Millennial’s Pink – Looking back on the colour-of-the-year and its promotion of gender neutrality As 2017 draws to a close, Fashion Editor Caroline O’Connor looks back on millennial pink and its promotion of gender neutrality in fashion.
The annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year, took place in Shanghai for the first time on November 20. The fashion giant seeks to tap into the country’s rapidly growing market for … Continue reading Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2017: A Review The annual spectacle featured a two million dollar bra and an audience comprised of A-List celebrities.