DCU News

DCU PhD graduate awarded Chancellor’s Medal

November 30, 2016

Dr.Sarah Gilgunn has been awarded the Dublin City University Chancellor’s Medal for achieving outstanding academic success which is linked to her significant industrial experience.

Lifestyle

Party, Plan & Prepare this Christmas

November 30, 2016

The end of semester one is here and students cannot wait to put away the books and relax. Spending time with family and friends is what Christmas holidays are all about. The excitement of no

Features

Homeless children deserve Christmas too

November 30, 2016

It was ten years ago when Laura spent a year and a half in a homeless shelter with her mam. She lived in Hedigans in town, it has three stories and had families, of up

Travel

Travelling the world and broadening your horizons

November 30, 2016

As the philosophical Ferris Bueller famously said; “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” With work, college and social lives to maintain, many

Features

Paws for thought

November 30, 2016

He arrived five years ago, saved from the promise of a plastic bag and the murky water of the grand canal. He arrived tiny, quiet, and resembling a cloud with a chance of rain. After a

News Features

Free Speech frees the mind

November 30, 2016

In our ever-polarising political climate, it is now more important than ever to turn the focus on an open and educated discussion between people from all walks of life. This, more than anything, was the tone

Inspirations

The challenges women in leadership face

November 30, 2016

Louise Richardson is host to an impressive list of accolades, becoming the first woman Vice Chancellor at St Andrews University and being awarded with ‘The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Centennial Medal’ by Harvard.

Health

The reality of autism

November 30, 2016

Over 300 blue cases damaged with pressure marks, minor tears and creases from laying mainly dormant for years are stacked on the wall. A teddy bear, a dumper truck, miniature aeroplanes and Lego sets sit

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Cúis Conspóide na gCuarán

November 30, 2016

Tá an t-idirlíon trína chéile arís mar gheall ar phictiúr uaslódáilte go Twitter de phéire cuaráin a bhfuil i siopa sa Phortaingéil. Ar an dromchla níl aon rud as an ngnáth fúthu seachas, b’fhéidir go

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Articles

Mo Thaithí Le Néaltrú

November 30, 2016

Beidh mo sheanmháthair ochtó hocht mbliana d’aois Dé hAoine agus tá néaltrú uirthi. Beidh muid ag ceiliúradh a breithlá an tseachtain seo agus ag cuimhneamh ar an mbean a raibh aithne againn uirthi roimh theacht

Lifestyle

Five ways to help your Mammy this Christmas

November 30, 2016

Help out with the household chores. An obvious tip, but important nonetheless. Mams are particularly fussy when it comes to chores around Christmas time, especially if you’re expecting visitors or hosting dinner. Although she’ll insist upon

Articles

Gifts for Him

November 30, 2016

Deodorant Sets: The running joke about receiving a Lynx Africa set from every female relative is told each year but this is unfair. We get given them because of how versatile they are as a gift.

Lifestyle

Gifts for Her

November 30, 2016

Beauty bits: If you want to stray from the typical Boots Christmas sets, try something a bit different instead, like makeup brushes. Any makeup lover would be beyond happy to receive a Real Techniques set under

Lifestyle

Christmas in Retail

November 30, 2016

You’re standing behind the till, queues upon queues of people facing you, some of whom don’t even bother to mutter the word hello. You greet every customer with a smile and engage in the same

DCU News

Staff member ‘made homeless’ following Incorporation

November 30, 2016

A DCU member of staff and their son were made homeless following the Incorporation Programme, which saw the Church of Ireland College of Education among others amalgamate into the university this year, according to TD

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University News

UCD President proposal

November 30, 2016

There has been backlash among the students and staff of UCD following the President of UCD, Andrew Deeks’ proposal to remove Latin from UCD degrees and graduation ceremonies.

Clubs and Socs

Drama Soc Panto plays on merging of St Pats and DCU

November 30, 2016

The DCU Drama Society’s pantomime took place last night in the auditorium of St Patricks campus. ‘North Side Story’ is the first DCU panto which has been held outside the Glasnevin campus since the incorporation took place earlier this year.