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Should we all be feeling eco-anxiety?

July 28, 2019

This wave of eco-anxiety has occurred undoubtedly due to climate change itself but also due to the lack of response and action from those in power.

Features

Time to grieve

June 21, 2019

In May, Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh announced new provisions which would be provided during the June state examinations to students who suffer a close family bereavement during their exams to allow them time to grieve.

Sport

Athletics

DCU crowned IUAA champions in Athlone IT

April 17, 2019

The DCU Athletics team retained all the overall team titles at the 2019 Irish Universities Athletics Association Outdoor Track & Field championships hosted by Athlone IT on April 5th.

The Hype

The Hype

Meet Maser, the artist behind the iconic murals

July 20, 2019

‘Now for Northern Ireland’ was projected onto the Project Arts Centre in Dublin as part of a collaboration between Maser and Amnesty International to repurpose the Repeal campaign, focusing on the issue at hand in Northern Ireland.

Music

The haunting power of Billie Eilish

April 17, 2019

Although some criticise these songs for romanticising mental illness, the songs feel rather soothing and beautiful to listen to. Perhaps they offer a reassurance or calming quality to the millions of people who have listened to them thus far.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Life with less clutter

April 15, 2019

Waking up in a clean room already makes you feel like you’ve started out the day on the right foot. It’s time to get the big yellow skip out, and start getting rid of things that don’t ‘spark joy’ .

Lifestyle

Modern dating modern woes

April 3, 2019

It is a free app but it also has features that you can pay for such as Bumble Boost, which unlocks the ability to swipe through profiles that have already liked you. Bumble has two other modes, which you can switch to called BFF, where you can make friends with people of the same sex and Bumble Bizz, which allows you to network.

Lifestyle

Immediate environmental activism

April 3, 2019

The Environmental Working Group found that red meat is responsible for 10 to 40 times as many greenhouse emissions as common vegetables and grains. If the grain fed to livestock was fed to people then 800 million people could be fed.

Gaeilge

Gaeilge

Mála Stáin sa Pháirc?

April 17, 2019

Cén tionchar atá ag an aimsir breá ar nósanna óil mhic léinn? Labhaireadh le Adam Healy agus Aoife Brady, Cathaoirligh Sober Soc DCU i 2018/2019 agus 2019/2020 chun fáil amach.

Gaeilge

Caithfimid labhairt faoi Joyce

April 17, 2019

Muna léigh tú na litracha grá ó James Joyce a sheol sé chuig a bean-chéile sa 19ú h-aois, b’féidir déan cuardach ar líne, ansin bheidh sé níos éasca an alt seo a thusicint. Ach bí cúramach – ní na litreacha seo oiriúnach do dhaoine ach a bhfuil os cionn 18 mbliana d’aois.

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