Health

The reality of clinical psychology doctorate programmes

February 22, 2017

On the ninth of March 2016, an applied psychology master’s degree student called Elaine rang up Liveline to talk to Joe Duffy. During their conversation, the twenty-three-year-old student informed Joe that she was nearing the

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Student nurses shoulder a great burden

February 22, 2017

While walking around, checking on patients, first year nursing student at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT),  Rebecca , noticed that one of the louder patients on the ward was being oddly quiet. As any nurse would,

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Splitting the movie myth of split personalites

February 22, 2017

Teasing a fear from the depths of safety delivers a rush of adrenaline, increases our heart rates and is often referred to as the fight or flight response; the edge of the unknown. Little children

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Does Dry January deliver results?

February 22, 2017

Over the last month Instagram has been flooded with posts of #DryJanuary alongside images of people going to the gym or photographs of healthy meals. This tradition of ditching alcohol for the first month of

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Living with a stammer

February 22, 2017

For as long as I can remember, I have had trouble with words. I’m sure you’re thinking: “Then why are you writing an article?”, but it’s not that I don’t know what to say, I

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Seachtain Ghnóthach in DCU

February 22, 2017

Dúirt cara liom coicís ó shin go raibh an ‘Full Monty’ á dhéanamh aige.Thuig mé cad a bhí i gceist aige leis an Full Monty, ach níor chreid mé go mbeadh scoláirí DCU ag baint

Gaeilge

Príomhchathracha: A n-Athruithe agus a Stair

February 22, 2017

Is macasamhail tábhacht chathrach agus an chúis a cheaptar ina príomhchathair í, sa tslí a bhfuil réimse leathan d’fhachtóirí a dhéanann an chathair níos oiriúnaí mar chathair lárnach agus mar phointe nódach de chúrsaí i

Lifestyle

Style, Savvy, Shaylyn

February 22, 2017

A trip to the cinema cemented Shaylyn Gilheaney’s ambition to pursue a career in fashion after falling in love with the iconic film ‘The Devil Wears Prada.’ “I even got a fringe after I saw

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GAA

DCU suffer unexpected Sigerson exit against St. Mary’s

February 22, 2017

DCU Dóchas Éireann 2-13 St. Mary’s 2-14 AET Sigerson Cup quarter-final Despite Enda Smith’s two second half goals for DCU, St. Mary’s fought back to force extra time, eventually winning by the narrowest of margins

Lifestyle

Europe’s first underwater museum

February 22, 2017

Playa Blanca in Lanzarote now has more to boast about than it’s sunshine-filled days and chilled out nights as it has become host to Europe’s very first underwater sculpture museum. Museo Atlántico Lanzarote is home

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Athletics

Irish Pole Vaulting in need of more support

February 22, 2017

A lack of support is stunting the development of pole vaulting as a sport in Ireland, claims DCU student and athlete Brian Flynn. “Although the sport is growing in popularity the whole time, there’s simply

Travel

Abuse it and Lose it

February 22, 2017

Ryanair are considering getting rid of their two bag allowance to stop people abusing the system, according to Chief Financial officer Neil Sorahan. The company currently allow one cabin bag as well as a small