What You’d Expect From The Worst Of Twitter: Persona 5

Persona 5’s problem? Cyberbullying, writes Warren Daly   Persona 5 confuses me. Or more accurately, its reputation confuses me. Imagine if you were to wake up in a world where Ant-Man was not only considered the one of best super-hero movies but also one of the greatest movies ever. It’s a seven out of ten at best, but for some reason everyone hails it as … Continue reading What You’d Expect From The Worst Of Twitter: Persona 5

The Not So Lonely Planet

The Not-So-Lonely Planet: Sh*t-throwing flying monkeys… There’s no place like home   Alana Daly Mulligan talks us through the rough last few months of her Erasmus, and why she decided to return home.  EDITORS WARNING: this piece references topics like depression and self-harm.   I’ve always loved The Wizard of Oz. I read the books and watched the film so much that it’s probably imprinted … Continue reading The Not So Lonely Planet

Review: The 1975 @The 3Arena

    “Shut up—this isn’t a fucking Charlatans gig!” The 1975’s return to the 3Arena was yet another triumph, writes Julianne Power The 1975 are a band who have long divided opinion. Very rarely does anyone come down in the middle with their stance on the Manchester born group, some viewing their music as overrated and pretentious, others considering it groundbreaking and potentially world-changing. NME … Continue reading Review: The 1975 @The 3Arena

A COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN: AMERICA’S AGEING PRESIDENCY

    “Age will flatten a man,” said the aging Sheriff Bell in the Coen brothers’ McCarthy-inspired and Oscar-winning No Country for Old Men. Maeve McTaggart explores why it hasn’t suppressed the chances of the 2020 Presidential candidates, but instead inflated them.   Donald J. Trump assumed the presidential seat in the Oval Office ahead of his sixty-eight year-old competitor Hillary Clinton in late 2016. … Continue reading A COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN: AMERICA’S AGEING PRESIDENCY