Lifestyle

The Benefits of Bikes

September 28, 2016

There is a lot to be said for having a bicycle in college, for taking to the road on two wheels. Firstly the ease in which you can get around. Where a walk could take

Opinion

Ireland needs to wake up to injustice – it’s time to repeal

September 28, 2016

Following the release of The Repeal Project’s video ‘We Face This Land’ expressing strong views regarding the possible repeal of the 8th amendment, Andrew Ralph expresses his views on the controversial matter of abortion in Ireland and the limited services available to the women of our country.

Travel

Keeping your cool commuting

September 28, 2016

You got your timetable, had fun at Freshers’ and forgotten the name of almost every person you have met so far, but have you thought about how you could improve the quality of your commute?

Lifestyle

Dear Fresher Me

September 28, 2016

Dear Fresher Me, Where do I even start? The chances are if I was reading this back in first year I wouldn’t be listening to me either. But you probably still think that Dublin could

News

USI pre-budget document demands student fees cut

September 28, 2016

In a call to alleviate pressure on third level students, a proposal for a €500 cut in the student contribution fee was made by the Union of Students In Ireland in their pre-budget submission, launched earlier this month.

Lifestyle

Summer blues

September 28, 2016

College has started and summer is slowly becoming a distant memory. Morning lie-ins are being replaced with buzzing alarm clocks, evening barbeques with study sessions, but our summer wardrobes don’t have to go anywhere just

The Hype

How South Park stays relevant 20 years on

September 28, 2016

20 years may as well be an eternity in pop culture. 20 years ago, the brand new musical phenomenon worldwide was the Macarena. Dancing at the Crossroads, a tribute song to Wexford’s All Ireland winning

The Hype

The Get Down should not be in Stranger Things’ shadow

September 28, 2016

Many students have spent their summers indoors intoxicated by Netflix content. This summer was a particularly fruitful one for the company with new seasons of the charismatic Orange is the New Black and the addictive

Articles

DCU’s Innovation Centre inventing more profit

September 28, 2016

DCU’s innovation centre had an income rise of nearly €1 million this year while losses dropped significantly. Invent DCU Ltd, located on Glasnevin campus, was originally set up in 2001 to forge better links between

DCU News

MacCraith: Incorporation will make an impact on Irish society

September 28, 2016

DCU President Professor Brian MacCraith has said the Incorporation Programme, which has seen St. Patrick’s College Drumcondra, Mater Dei Institute and CICE amalgamate into Dublin City University this year, will mark a progressive step in

Travel

My J1 experience

September 28, 2016

For many people a J1 is synonymous with the college experience. The idea of three months spent in the US working and travelling appealed to me long before I started college. It wasn’t until midway

The Hype

The Suss’ Summer: Electric Picnic

September 28, 2016

There it is, in the distance, voice soaring over a thundering rhythm: “Cloooooooud, block out the sun.” The call to rise. Eyes bleary, legs weary, it’s 8:30am on the second day of Electric Picnic, and