Advice Columns

Talleyrand: “Love is in the air, the foul and wretched stink”

What ho, bitches, Do not dilly-dally - ‘tis I, the venerable Talley! Returning once more to slip a tongue...

Hold to replay: On why I’m distracted

In the past few years, I’ve recognised a worrisome trend in myself and others around me: attention spans are increasingly dwindling. These...

“I thought we were going to the shops.”- Soham shares his story of moving...

Soham was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra in India. He moved to Ireland with his mother in 2003. He was four and a...

On the dating game

I have always been bewildered by the intricacies of dating. While in my early twenties, I found this Pandora’s box to be...

Talleyrand – Vol.XXV, Issue V

Like an STI you just can’t shake, Talley’s back bitches! Slouching from their holiday hangover caves, the sabbats have...

Student Voices

‘These are the people who wouldn’t think twice about helping others’ – Student nurses and the labour market

The phrase “nursed back to health” derives from the altruistic work nurses do for us on the daily. Nurses are there for...

‘My Queer Diary’ and why trans representation matters in theatre

As both a Drama student and a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I'm a strong believer in the concept of politicised theatre....

Accessibility Audit: Accessibility isn’t a joke, but UCD is

On the 17th October, a group of us set out onto campus in UCD to test and experience what so many students in UCD...

Immigration appointments remains a struggle for international students

As the new academic term begins, most students are excited to start their new classes, meet new people, and get involved with societies and...

Don’t like Abortion? Then Don’t Have One

Ahead of the referendum, Roisin Guyett-Nicholson argues that repeal is the only choice.   Earlier this week, some Love Both canvassers knocked on my door...