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DCU News

DCU researchers recognised by President’s award

March 9, 2016

The annual President’s Award for Research was awarded to Professor Gerry McNamara, Dr Prince Anadarajah, and Professor Jens Ducree for their outstanding work in their fields of research, last week.

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Náisiúnta

Teicneolaíocht Nua: Tapadóir

March 9, 2016

Tá taighde agus tionscadail nua-theicneolaíocht idir láimhe ag taighdeoirí agus saineolaíthe lonnaithe in ionad taighde ADAPT anseo in Ollscoil Chaithair Bhaile Átha Cliath. Baineann na tionscadail taighde leis an tecneolaíocht, aistriúcháin, na meáin shóisialta, an

Television

REVIEW: Why Love is on the air

March 9, 2016

You know it’s good when you watch all ten episodes in one sitting, without food or human contact. Netflix original series Love follows the unfortunate love lives of Gus and Mickey in what can only be

The Hype

REVIEW: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the Bord Gais

March 9, 2016

Classic musicals like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang will always have special meaning to people of all ages. They always seem to take me back to my childhood Christmas holidays, and the small pile of chocolate

Opinion

Kesha is giving a voice of victims of abuse

March 9, 2016

With the high profile court case between singer Kesha and producer Dr Dre capturing the attention of the public, Conor Martin explains why he thinks it’s an example of the prominent existence of rape culture.

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Debate

The Great Debate: Should gender quotas exist?    

March 9, 2016

Gender quotas were introduced in the general election for the first time ever. Political parties needed to have 30% of women and 30% of men running in the general election or state funding would be halved.

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Gaeilge

GaeilgeEXPO 2016

March 9, 2016

Más rud é go raibh tú sa Hub in OCBÁC ar an 18ú Feabhra ag am éigin san iarnóin, tá seans an‐mhaith gur thug tú faoi deara go raibh rud as an ngnáth ar siúl

Inspirations

Inspirations: Pat Divilly

March 9, 2016

The first week there were only five but there were more every week, Pat, his believers, and a few plastic cones: “I was on the beach five times a day. If one extra person came, I would cycle home even faster to tell my Mum.”

Two books later, a thriving fitness business and a request to guest on the Late Late show, Pat has done his utmost to leave the darkness behind, he knows about failure and shattered pride.

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Gaeilge

Ón bpáirc imeartha chun na hAstráile

March 9, 2016

“It’s unreal, it’s a dream come true, I know it’s a cliché but it is 100 per cent true – I’ve always dreamed of being a professional sportsman.” Sin na focail a dúirt Colin O

GAA

Maynooth storm to Freshers title

March 2, 2016

Fresher C Football Championship final DCU 1-11 Maynooth University: 2-16 DCU’s fresher Gaelic football team was firmly beaten 2-16 to 1-11 in this year’s Fresher C Football Championship final at the hands of a confident