Lifestyle

DCU Fashion Show the ‘Evolution of Style’

March 8, 2017

DCU’s Fashion Show process begins on the first day of college, organising models, sponsorship and most importantly clothes for the show is a monumental task left up to DCU’s very own Style society, and Lifestyle

Articles

How much is that doggy in the window

March 8, 2017

Ann, who felt hard done by due to the lack of a family dog in her own childhood, had a yearning for a puppy of her own. Browsing through Done Deal, she found an adorable litter

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GAA

DCU claim All-Ireland fresher glory in both codes

March 8, 2017

Dublin City University’s freshers teams in both Gaelic football and hurling tasted All-Ireland glory this past week. On Thursday, March 2nd, Eoin Roche’s hurlers lifted the John Corcoran Cup for the first time in the

News

Trump press ban may lead to better journalism

March 8, 2017

The recent barring of certain media outlets from a White House press “gaggle” may have a positive impact on journalism in the long run, according to DCU communications lecturer, Declan Fahy.

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Articles

I ain’t no Hollaback gal

March 8, 2017

As a society we tend to have a very dismissive attitude towards sexual harassment. Many people consider it to be ‘just a catcall’, so what exactly is sexual harassment?  Sexual harassment is unwelcome sexual advances,

Lifestyle

The History of St. Patrick’s Day

March 8, 2017

On the 17th of March, we wear green in honour of St. Patrick’s Day, but why exactly are we celebrating? Writer Bronwyn O’Neill looks at the history behind our national holiday. Saint Patrick’s Day is the

Boxing

Carter feels Robinson is key to DCU’s hopes at IABC

March 8, 2017

15 students will compete in next weekend’s Intervarsity Amateur Boxing Championships at the National Boxing Arena. Society chairman Shane Carter believes the team has done enough work over the last number of months to secure