Month: November 2017
No good time for goodbye
New building on Glasnevin campus to accommodate staff growth
“I’m the better fighter but Vito is a better dancer” – Podge Henry makes it two-in-a-row in RAG Rumble main event
Does privilege triumph talent?
Going out in style at Christmas
Making Cents: Consumers urged to use gift cards early
As the Christmas shopping season kicks into high gear, consumers buying gift cards and vouchers have been warned to use them up early to avoid falling victim to overly restrictive terms and conditions.
EIB loans to address student accommodation crisis
The student accommodation crisis rages on, as the cost of renting in Dublin continues to rise, jumping 12.3 per cent in the past year.
Eight golds for DCU at swimming intervarsities
The DCU Swimming and Water Polo club swept up at the intervarsity gala held in NUIG on the 18th of November, winning eight golds between individual and relay races.
DCU women’s volleyball claim intervarsity plate title
DCU women’s volleyball side triumphed in the plate competition in the Irish Volleyball Intervarsities at the Mardyke Arena in University College Cork.
A balance of religion
RAG Rumble packs a punch
Over 450 people attended the Wright Venue on Monday 20th November to witness 15 fights of pure intensity at RAG Rumble, featuring some of St Patrick’s and DCU’s familiar faces.
DCU through to CUFL quarter finals
The travel tales – ‘poo-gate’ hostel horror
Tips for travelling Thailand on a budget
DCU Ladies football side secure league final berth after thrashing Athlone IT
Slaying in lingerie: a Dublin guide
Cash in on the lash
A21 year old eyelash technician and entrepreneur has brought her booming beauty business to the DCU Glasnevin campus.
MPS 24 Hour Broadcast will raise funds for SOSAD
This year’s Media Production Society annual 24 Hour Broadcast is in aid of the charity SOSAD.
US Embassy urges J1 hopefuls to apply now
Students who are hoping to do a J1 this Summer are being urged to book early to ensure their place on the popular summer programme.
Can you separate artist from allegation?
Despite many positive moments, 2017 will undoubtedly go down in history as the year when allegations of sexual exploitation were rife among prominent members of the media.
Lady Gaga documentary showcases singer’s battle with chronic injuries
Lady Gaga has a voice. She has an emotional, stunning singing voice, and an articulate way of communicating that allows her to be not only a role model but also a voice for those without.
Unearthing the glitz and glamour of Sunset Boulevard
The bold and brilliant vision of Loving Vincent
Experiencing the joys and tragedies of Miss Saigon
Stunning vocals, promiscuous dancing and laughter filled the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre during its heart-breaking production of “Miss Saigon”.