In what has been hailed the “best and most significant medical advancement since circumcision”, Neurosurgeons in Seattle Grace Hospital, Washington State, U.S., were able to remove the diseased part of the brain embedded in all Monaghan and Louth people which forces them to say “hai” at the end of each sentence. The haital cortex had long… Read More Doctors perform “miracle surgery” to prevent Monaghan & Louth people from saying “hai”
Proponents of gender equality in today’s society rejoiced as a woman has been accused of committing a shooting at YouTube headquarters in California less than 24 hours ago. Nasim Aghdam is one of the first woman pioneers in modern shootings, being hailed as a “revolutionary” by several feminist, vegan and animal rights groups. PETA (People for… Read More Gender equality spreads to shooting sprees
The International Ethics Association (IEA) have released their annual list of ethics questions for philosophers and arts students around the globe to ponder over the new year. Eritas Ethics analyst Ivan Ichiarss breaks down each of the questions in detail below: Is it morally wrong to shit in a disabled bathroom? “Well they certainly didn’t… Read More Top ethics questions of 2018 released
Following the discovery that they have the ability to petition to impeach whatever and whoever they want, the UCD student body has begun signing a petition today to impeach Storm Ophelia. The move comes as Storm Ophelia was declared an “official pain in the arse for those wanting to use the James Joyce Library, those… Read More UCD to impeach Storm Ophelia
As thousands of students around the country await CAO offers on Monday, there is a lot of uncertainty in these young teens regarding their future. Whilst some will be hoping that their points are sufficient for their course, others have realised they majorly fucked up when filling in their list of preferred courses, particularly those… Read More ANALYSIS: Is getting pregnant a good alternative to studying Arts?
In a televised speech to the nation, An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced a series of new laws which will be coming into effect for all Irish motorists on January 1st 2018. The announcement follows days of speculation regarding the number of fatalities on Irish roads, as well as an overall increase in car insurance prices.… Read More Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announces new rules of the road for 2018
Witnesses at the scene of Tesco in Stillorgan, Co. Dublin, claimed that what they saw were “Apocalyptic scenes” and that it was apparent “desperate times are ahead”. Since the beginning of this week, Irish people from all around the country have been raiding any and all establishments which sell alcohol – supermarkets, off-licences, local shops:… Read More “Apocalyptic scenes” as the Irish stockpile alcohol prior to Good Friday