Month: March 2018
Three new DCU positions in Saudi Arabia offered to female staff only
DCU has said that only women will be considered for three positions offered in Saudi Arabia due to the fact that it is a women’s only school.
Life with endometriosis while waiting on diagnosis
DCU remains one of few non smoke-free campuses
Cocktails and the art of mixology
An introduction to Kiko Cosmetics
How to hostel hop without hating the experience
Publisher drops plans to increase fees for research papers after objections
An academic publishing group has reversed their decision to charge Irish universities additional fees to access older research papers following an open letter condemning the proposal, despite claiming that the current system is “unsustainable”.
First Fitzgibbon Cup final ends in brave six-point defeat for DCU
DCU4UNITY host forum ahead of united Ireland referendum
A Sinn Féin MEP encouraged DCU students to support a united Ireland at a unity forum in DCU on February 22nd.
Time to head south on the Inca trail
You drive me crazy
DCU Soccer pleased with potential despite early Harding Cup exit
DCU hosted the Harding Cup for the first time in the competition’s history last weekend.
Student nurses still consider emigrating despite promise of work in HSE
From Russia with love
Student body to vote on plastic free campus
DCU Sustainable Living Society’s successful campaign for a single-use plastic-free campus has borne a DCUSU referendum, aimed at the University’s Board of Directors.
Vegan food sprouting up at DCU
“Pure elation” for champion Ryan Farrell as DCU return to the top table
A first competition in four years beckoned for DCU table tennis club – but after only being reformed early in the semester, they surely couldn’t leave a significant impact.
Ceire Smith snatches National flyweight title
DCU boxer Ceire Smith took home the flyweight title in the National Stadium in Tallaght last weekend.
‘The Shape of Water’ flows perfectly
The latest movie directed by the critically acclaimed Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth) weaves a deeply intricate fairy tale into a very unusual love story.
Is Irishness enough to maintain us as a significant player in Europe?
With the fallout from Brexit we sneer at Britain and bolster our own sense of national pride, but it is easy to overlook our own selfish approach to Europe’s resources. As a nation we love to be loved. The “best fans in the world”, our culture and history is celebrated across the globe, just friendly rogues out for the craic.