CAHAL CARVILL: Seize the day


FIRST coined by the Roman poet Horace more than 2,000 years ago, carpe diem is one of the oldest philosophical mottos in Western history. Krznaric, the author of a recent book called, Carpe Diem Regained: The Vanishing Art of Seizing the Day, commented that, “The concept has great resonance in today’s popular culture, inspiring songs […]


CAHAL CARVILL: Sky’s the limit


IN the iconic scene from the hit HBO drama ‘Succession’, the Roy family patriarch and series protagonist Logan Roy sits atop his New York Office while chaos ensues all around him. Waystar RoyCo’s chief counsel, Gerry Kellman, enters the glass office announcing that the FBI are here with a warrant. Logan answers with his usual […]


CAHAL CARVILL: Heading for disaster, the dangers of concussion


DURING my university days back in the noughties, we had our own triumvirate. Forget Caesar, Pompey and Crassus, Thursday nights out involved our very own pilgrimage to the Egg, the Bot and then Rain nightclub. Without fail during term time, you would meet one of our group in one or all three of these famous watering […]


CAHAL CARVILL: Work to do


I USED to frequent a certain no frills barbers in the heart of the city during my time as a trainee solicitor in Belfast. There is nothing regal about that particular part of the city, but a fiver a time for a cut was appealing to a tight-fisted Armagh man in the big smoke. All […]