Wireless technology might not be the utopia you think it is.
Ideas of festivals, studios, glass buildings, and murals flew during the first meeting of the Visual Arts Initiative on Wednesday.
The minister of State for Community Development, Natural Resources and Digital Development has launched an investment of €6.7 million into a climate change research project called Acclimatize.
Ceire Smith is in a better place than most to talk about the progress that DCU boxing has made over the past year – considering she spent it in Australia.
With the numbers of Catholics on the decline it seems Ireland is on the way to facing a secular future, the percentage who identified as Catholic on the census falling from 84.2 percent in 2011 to 78.3 percent in 2016. There has also been a corresponding rise in the number of those with no religion, growing by 73.6 percent. Those with no religion now accounting for 10 percent of the population compared to 6% five years ago.
There was minor damage to a building and two trees down across the three campuses in DCU after hurricane Ophelia passed through Dublin on Monday.
Johnny McDonnell was optimistic following the DCU senior football team’s first victory of the year, pointing to the squad’s strength and depth as a real asset for the coming year.
DCU become a twitter sensation during storm Ophelia, after tweeting the Taoiseach to ask if they were a college.
Nearly 20 percent of HIV positive people living in Ireland have felt suicidal in the last year, five times the national average of four per cent.
Lady Gaga lies on a sofa, crying in pain as the whole right side of her body goes into spasm. One of her assistants massages her face and holds ice against it.
Trócaire has created an animated video which tells the migration stories of an Irish girl and a Syrian boy.
DCU students took a big haul of ITF Taekwondo World Championship medals as Adam Shelley retained his 70kg world champion title.