GAA

Pat’s fail to match DCU’S six goals in Drumcondra

October 26, 2016

St Patrick’s College 1-08 Dublin City University 6-14 O’Rourke Cup Captain Siobhán Woods scored a hat-trick in Dublin City Unversity’s win over its nearest neighbours St Patrick’s College in their O’Rourke Cup match on Wednesday,

Music

Review: American Football – American Football

October 26, 2016

Opening with a track entitled ‘Where Are We Now’ seems pretty apt considering that this is the first LP American Football has released this century. Though their sophomore offering is still self-titled, the album is

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Features

The Suss on Halloween

October 26, 2016

As a child, Halloween was always one of the biggest events of the calendar year. Trick or treating, fireworks,and pumpkin carving were all highlights of our more innocent years. Unfortunately, once you get beyond a

News Features

Over 100 days later, but what does Brexit mean for us?

October 26, 2016

The impact of a country like the United Kingdom exiting the European Union is something that will be felt throughout the entire world. While the Sterling continues to sharply decrease in value, we here in

Randoms

We do not cry because we knew them

October 26, 2016

Death visits us all eventually, the game however, is to thwart its arrival for as long as possible. Ultimately though, it will arrive to embrace us and for those we leave in our wake, the

Student Life

How volunteering can benefit you

October 26, 2016

Volunteering has always been a fun and productive way for people to give back. Whether you have volunteered with an organisation or a charity, the very basis of volunteering means to give your time to help.

Features

From medicine to journalism, Sheri Fink has done it all

October 26, 2016

New York Times investigative reporter Dr. Sheri Fink graduated from Stanford University 26 years ago with a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology. The module descriptor for the course reads: excellent training in how to understand human

Health

The inspiration behind DCU’s Irish Heart Society

October 26, 2016

Over five thousand people in Ireland die each year from heart attack, and another two thousand die from stroke. Now, in an effort to promote healthy living and encourage young people to look after their

Music

Did Bob Dylan deserve the Nobel Prize for Literature?

October 26, 2016

Bob Dylan has won the Nobel Prize for Literature. “Wait, literature?” I hear you say. That’s right. The Swedish Academy has awarded him “for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”

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Ilghnéitheach

Trump Fós ar an bPáipéar Ballóide

October 26, 2016

Tá sé díreach fógartha ag an bhfear gnó Peter Thiel go bhfuil sé ag tabhairt $1.25 milliún d’fheachtas uachtaránachta Trump agus ní hé an t-aon tacadóir amháin atá fós taobh thiar den fhear gnó. Is

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Gaeilge

Laoch ar an bPáirc, Laoch ar an Sráid

October 26, 2016

An Corn Heineken ardaithe go bródúil san aer aige, bhí Anthony Foley, nó Axel mar a tugadh air, agus 50,000 duine de dhílseacht Mumhan eacstaiseach ar an lá eisceachtúil i stair rugbaí na hÉireann i

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Gaeilge

Picnic Leictreonach: Athbhreithniú

October 26, 2016

Deireadh Seachtaine na bliana a bhí againn ag tús mhí Mheáin Fómhair ar an tSráidbhaile i gContae Laoise. Ón dara lá go dtí’n ceathrú lá bhí taispeántais cheoil, ealaíona, agus damhsa le feiceáil sa cheantar

DCU News

First CRC of the year held in Glendalough

October 26, 2016

The first CRC of the year was held in Glendalough last Thursday and saw the election of a number of class rep officers and electoral committee members

Lifestyle

Pumpkin Pottery

October 26, 2016

Autumn is here which means one thing,  Halloween. So grab your pumpkin spice lattes, blanket scarves and get carving some cool and original pumpkins. Here are four hacks on how to make the designing a

DCU News

DCU offers classes on safe intervention of sexual assault

October 26, 2016

A total of 45 students have enrolled in an 8-week Bystander Intervention program that Welfare Officer Cody Byrne says will teach participants how to safely intervene in situations which may escalate into sexual assaults.

Lifestyle

Killer Clown Craze

October 26, 2016

As Halloween approaches, the atmosphere becomes more and more sinister. Walking alone in the dark has never been more terrifying. As you’re walking home after a late shift, completely exhausted and ready to jump into

Food

Guilt-free Goodies

October 26, 2016

With Halloween and sweets going hand and hand, here are a few easy and healthy snack ideas to keep your diet on track throughout the holiday.

Lifestyle

Facing Fatal Fears

October 26, 2016

While the Halloween holidays may seem all fun and games based around the fear factor, our ability to scare and be scared, fear by definition is in fact ‘an unpleasant emotion triggered by the threat