Month: November 2018
Students prepare for annual DCUtv 24 Hour Broadcast in aid of children’s cancer charity
DCU do the business in Euromasters
Alex Steinherr X Primark
Reality of retail
In true military fashion
UCD professor wins Entrepreneur of the Year
Those winter blues
Brace your face
Concerns over proposed Grangegorman student accommodation
Dea-bhéasach i gcónaí
I mBéising bhí troid idir tiománaí bus agus paisinéir. Thit an bhus isteach san abhainn Yangtze agus bádh na paisinéirí ar fad.
Rath do Kneecap
Le déanaí, sheinn grúpa darbh ainm KNEECAP ag DCU Fest, an chéad ghrúpa riamh ar stáitse sa Venue úrnua.
Up to 800,000 people in Ireland with neurological conditions could benefit from new research initiative
All work and no play
When you picture a ‘student lifestyle’, the appeal of nights out, student accommodation and freedom springs to mind, but behind the scenes this ‘freedom’ comes at a cost.
3,000 people attend Dublin Games Festival in RDS
Technology model to launch in three Dublin secondary schools
Naiad win UCD Start Up of the Year award
Eoghan McDermott discusses mental health difficulties in The Hive
National Energy and Climate Plan influenced by DCU students
Trans Day of Remembrance vigil held in DCU
Court ruled student filmed snorting sugar be allowed to return to school
NUIG undergo potential data breach
Christmas party do’s and dont’s
Regardless of where you work, Christmas work parties are an annual opportunity for employees to showcase their character through what they decide to wear.