According to Sunday Times sports writer Michael Foley, attendees of a Dublin Gaelic football match expected a Sunday afternoon of fun and excitement, not a massacre.
Mary Robinson, former president of Ireland and former U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, connected the fight against climate change to human rights in her Wednesday Lowell Series lecture.
Trinity College Dublin Professor Ciaran O’Neill discussed how love, consent, and power in 19th century Ireland compares to modern ideals.
“It’s important to understand these conflicts if we’re going to avoid repeating these same mistakes,” said Savage.
O’Hanlon gets her noticeable optimism and cheer from her family, saying, “I was lucky to come from a family that was very happy.”
In honor of Bloomsday, an international celebration of James Joyce’s life and legacy, the minds behind Joycestick are celebrating in the most fitting way possible.
In 2011, Boston College was ordered to release the interviews of former IRA members Dolours Price and Brendan Hughes, and according to The Boston Globe, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit ruled that only 11 of the 85 subpoenaed tapes had to be released
“Put simply: We are faced with a crisis, and on March 13th, a former president told us exactly what to do about it.”