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What is Populism and why should we be concerned? Nick gives a breakdown of the Populist politics we see at the moment in Europe and further afield

Why immersing ourselves in the Irish language is so important Nathan thinks it’s time to get serious about Irish and gives three recommendations for how we can do this

Want to share your thoughts and experiences on these topics? Looking to help your peers along the way? Our August content call-out might gives you some ideas.

My issues with the SUSI grant applications Have you filled in a SUSI grant application? Did you have issues with the categories that are used?

Student accommodation is getting more expensive and harder to find Criodan talks about the protests in NUIG and DCU and what the issues with student accommodation are.

An open letter to businesses supporting Pride With more and more businesses supporting Pride, Dean talks about remembering the reasons people take part in Pride month

Why feminism is so important for young people Inspired by Emma Watson's empowering speech, Catherine looks at why feminism is so important

The glass is always half full with MEP Mairead McGuinness How a Drogheda native rose to success and became the vice-president of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

Single-use plastics are ruining our planet Concerned about the negative impact of single-use plastics, Sean looks at what we can do to help address this problem.

What is the gender pay gap and how can we address it? Laura looks at some of the root causes of the gender pay gap and some of the proposed solutions

The power of young people in politics in Ireland Following the Marriage Equality and 8th Amendment referendum, it's clear to see the impact young people can have in politics

Choosing the right path for you after college Unsure what you want to do after college? Louise gives her take on deciding what to do next