Want to get over your ghost? Expect their handbook excuses By Rory Morrow Social interactions, of course, can occur in all manner of form, shaped by, well, who knows? Fate? A higher power? Coincidence? Luck, good or bad, depending, inevitably on the context of the person and the interaction. A chance meeting on campus, theContinue reading “Ghosting: The Handbook”
Category Archives: Around Belfast
A Very Queer Night at the Museum
Josh Emsley writes about the Outburst Queer Arts Festival, and the potential for a queer way of thinking to help reimagine Belfast.
Irish Language Resources at Queen’s: Academic, Social and Everything in Between
Jacqueline Bonner writes on the Irish Language resources available at QUB, taking from her own experiences.
Ha Ha Ha-ppy Birthday to The Empire Laughs Back
Kate Jackson writes about The Empire’s longevity at the heart of Belfast’s comedy scene.
EDITORIAL: The Gown’s Hopeful Future Is Indebted to The Success of The Pandemic Years
We’re back for the new student year! To kick things off, our new Editor-in-Chief, Rory Morrow reflects on the Gown’s recent success at the start of a new year