Boxing

Annual RAG Rumble held in St. Pat’s

November 30, 2016

The penultimate fight of this year’s DCU RAG Rumble event had to be stopped after two rounds, due to one of Peter Wade’s front teeth getting knocked out by Thomas Walsh. ‘The Pistol’ Wade started

Other Sports

Multi-talented King focused on his hammer

November 30, 2016

Adam King remembers a summer Saturday about five years ago when he was lying on his couch icing a leg injury he received in a Gaelic football match earlier that day. The injury meant the

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Music

What now after What.CD?

November 30, 2016

Last week saw the closure of the infamous music and file sharing site What.CD making them part of the club of fallen piracy giants like Napster, Kickass Torrents and the original Pirate Bay. In a

Music

“The End” for Black Sabbath

November 30, 2016

Black Sabbath. The words are like a hunting horn for any seasoned heavy metal fan. A 50-year-career marked by legendary music, solid friendship and innumerable vices is finally drawing to a close. After spending almost half

DCU News

SSDP launches new “Sesh Safe” campaign

November 30, 2016

DCUStudents for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) launched their new project, SeshSafe, on Monday 21st of August, which aims to introduce drug testing kits, tools and skills for student drug safety and education.

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Film

Review: Crash and Burn

November 30, 2016

Tommy Byrne could have been the biggest name in Formula 1. There was no doubting his talent and speed as he climbed through the ranks of Irish and British racing in the early 1980’s. The

Food

Staying Healthy over the Holidays

November 30, 2016

Keeping up with a diet or sticking to a routine seems like hell during the holiday season, but it is not impossible. Here are a few tips to stay healthy (or to try to be

Opinion

Please, mind the gap year

November 30, 2016

The amount of students taking a gap year before college is increasing and taking the year out seems to be becoming very successful, writes Emily Crowley.

Lifestyle

Watch your Wheels this Winter

November 30, 2016

Driving in the winter comes with even more responsibility than driving any other time of year. As the country falls into its annual freeze, we are back to throwing water over our windscreens and waiting

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Music

Sussed: Christmas club guide

November 30, 2016

As another festive season rolls around, and people dust off their decorations, excitement mounts for two very different groups of people. While children everywhere refine and redraft their letters to Santa, Dublin’s revellers and clubbers are

Opinion

How far have we come with youth politics?

November 30, 2016

Michelle Martin discusses the younger generation’s involvement in politics in recent years from BREXIT to the US Presidential Election and the Repeal the Eighth campaign.

Lifestyle

The Perfect Countdown

November 30, 2016

We all know those movies that idealise New Year’s Eve with the fancy parties filled with hundreds of people and that tense build-up to a passionate romantic kiss at the stroke of midnight. This rarely

Opinion

DCU’s indifference to student addiction

November 30, 2016

Bríon Hoban takes a look into DCU’s attitude towards drugs and its strict anti-drug policy and wonders that perhaps DCU doesn’t prioritise the helping of students suffering from drug addiction.

University News

New Scheme to Benefit Leaving Cert Students

November 30, 2016

Around 1,000 students taking the Leaving Cert in 2017 will benefit from the recent changes made to the Reasonable Accommodation at the Certificate Examinations scheme.

The Hype

How Hamilton has taken theatre by storm

November 30, 2016

When most people think of musicals, they straightaway imagine classic, cult shows such as Grease or Hairspray, or really old-fashioned jazz dancing set in a 1920’s speakeasy. What they do not realise, however, is that