How Militant Irish Republican Slogans went Viral
Republican slogans like "Up the RA" and "Brits out" are still unacceptable to say in the Irish mainstream – so why do they pop up so frequently online?
Into The K-Pop World
Fans Don't Need to Know Korean to Enjoy K-Pop, But it Helps
Korean class enrolments rose by 13.7% between 2013 and 2016, making it the 11th most studied language in the US. How much of this is to do with K-pop?
A Rhetoric Professor Explains How to Win an Online Argument
"I wouldn't verbally abuse them because an insult pulls you down into a state of weakness."
'Single-Use' Really Is the Word of the Year We Deserve
Yes, "Gammon" is definitely funnier, but 2018 should be remembered for its environmental shockwaves.
Emojis Bridged the Language Barrier Between Me and My Father
They're doing the same for many in households that speak multiple languages.
Depressed People Use These Words More Often
They're not always negative words.
Why You Should Swear Less
Give offensive words their power back and it might just save humanity, says Dr Emma Byrne.
From Banger to Blooter, Here's the Definitive Dancefloor Dictionary
You'll never struggle to describe music again!
Words About Love in Other Languages that Should Exist in English
These may come in handy next time emojis fail you.
Experience Enron's Everyday Evil with a 500,000+ Email Experiment
One of the most notorious corporate scandals in American history comes to your inbox in Tega Brain and Sam Lavigne's project, 'The Good Life.'
Poetic Textiles Tell a History Woven by Women
Francesca Capone looks at textiles as a poetic language that tells a version of history from a female perspective.
Communicating Through Art in a Post-Language Era
Aerosyn-Lex Mestrovic is fighting the speed of culture with art that requires patience.