“Cork boi!”, Stanley Notte releases spoken word piece on the city’s experience of COVID-19

Cork-based artist Stanley Notte’s recently released piece of spoken word is a powerful but humorous reflection of Cork’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic. Featuring language familiar to any Corkonian, delivered over a version of “Ghost Town” by The Specials, “Cork, Boi! Nothing But A Ghost Town” is bound to be a hit with those who […]

From Wheat to Weed – Diversifying Farming in Canada

by Célio Fioretti Célio Fioretti talks with Because You Cann founder Serena Donovan about how she went from growing canola to cannabis as a result of Canada’s legalisation of marijuana.  Serena Donovan is a farmer, and on the property she runs with her husband Ian near Vulcan in rural Alberta, a new greenhouse has been […]

Press Statement: Motley Magazine Purchases the University Express

Campus Narratives Wants You!

An all-new UCC publication aims to encapsulate the year that the world stood still. Campus Narrative is a zine which hopes to document, satirize and capture the zeitgeist of what a year of online college has been like, both for relatability and posterity.    In a statement to Motley, JournoSoc’s chairperson Mia Poland has described […]

A New Love Story: Taylor Swift Releases First Rerecording of Old Work

Alana Daly Mulligan still feels guilty about ripping ‘folklore’ a new one, this article is redemption for that while also being a general gush on being in love with the new rerecording of Taylor Swift’s ‘Love Story’.   As I rolled out of bed on Friday morning (12th February) groaning about the prospects of the […]

Political Threads: Becoming More Than an Outfit

 “Why in the name of God is there a man standing in the Chambers of the US Capitol wearinggoat horns?” To answer that, I pose another question: “Why does AOC always wear redlipstick?” From insurrection to Lady Hale’s iconic brooch, Emer O’Sullivan weighs in on thegendered hypocrisy of fashion in politics. Back in semester one […]