Lifestyle

The powerful respite art can offer during lockdown

December 9, 2020

We’ve all had to find our coping mechanisms during the pandemic, especially over the last six weeks where we’ve all be stuck inside. And we’re not out of the woods yet, Level 3 can only give us so much freedom.

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DCUSU host Trade Union Week

November 27, 2020

“Know your rights, know when you’re being treated fairly and unfairly in a job, know there are unions you can join that will support you,” said Lucien Waugh-Daly, DCU Students’ Union’s (DCUSU) Vice President (VP)

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Anti-LGBT+ bullying StandUp Awareness week takes to Irish secondary schools

November 25, 2020

StandUp Awareness week is running this week in a number of schools across Ireland. Organised by BeLonG To Youth Service, the charity for young LGBTI+ people, the initiative has been going on for 11 years and gives second level schools a chance to stand up against LGBTI+ related bullying.

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Dealing with Climate Grief

November 25, 2020

With overwhelming transformations taking place to our planet as a result of climate change, it’s normal to feel the effects of climate grief on our emotions.

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Goodbye Trump, is it goodbye SNL?

November 25, 2020

During the Trump-era, ‘Saturday Night Live’  (SNL) got a shot of cultural relevance through its comedic take on the first family. But now entering a post-Trump era, the show is going to need to come up with new material to hang onto its American liberal audience.

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Graduating from university during a pandemic

November 22, 2020

Every autumn, Dublin City University graduands, their families and DCU faculty, gather at the Helix to attend the annual graduation ceremonies and celebrate one of the most rewarding days of a student’s educational career.