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Former Democratic Majority Leader Speaks About Irish Politics

Former Democratic Majority Leader Speaks About Irish Politics

By Darcey Pittman, Staff Writer

April 20, 2018


Filed under News, University News

The NYU Glucksman Ireland House hosted the former senate majority leader for a conversation about Irish politics and culture.

‘Quietly’ Speaks Volumes About Terror

‘Quietly’ Speaks Volumes About Terror

By Alexandra Pierson, Theater & Books Editor

September 6, 2016


Filed under Arts, Theater

As part of the Origins First Irish Theater Festival, "Quietly" is captivating audiences with its complex remembering of Northern Ireland's Troubles.

St. Pat’s Parade continues LGBTQ ban

St. Pat’s Parade continues LGBTQ ban

By Rahul Krishnamoorthy, Deputy News Editor

September 10, 2014


Filed under News

Irish LGBTQ groups made publicly made their applications to march in the annual St.Patrick's Day Parade.

Top 5 ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s with Irish flair

Top 5 ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s with Irish flair

By Bryna Shuman, Features Editor

March 10, 2014


Filed under Features

St. Patrick’s Day is next Monday and there are plenty of ways to celebrate besides a beer crawl through New York City. Learn a little more about Irish culture, explore the city and join the celebrations with these St. Patrick’s Day options. Irish Music Put yourself in the Irish mindset...

Irish Film New York Festival kicks off this weekend at NYU’s Cantor Film Center

Irish Film New York Festival kicks off this weekend at NYU’s Cantor Film Center

October 5, 2012


Filed under Features

Irish Film New York strives to help Irish filmmakers establish themselves in the New York film industry. This weekend, IFNY will host its second annual Irish Film New York Festival with the Irish Studies Program at NYU. Activities kicked yesterday off with a pre-festival event at the Apple Store in...