Gwyneth Paltrow’s tips for clean sleeping

October 14, 2020

Ever since the lockdown, insomnia is something almost all of us have experienced. Our routines are messed up and the longer you leave it the harder it is to just get to bed and get


The impact of Covid-19 on third level sport

October 14, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has brought change to every aspect of student life. From online learning to the distinct lack of nights out, it is clear that the upcoming college year will be one like no


Helpful tips for online learning

October 14, 2020

Online learning is becoming the “new normal” for students across the country as they start a new academic year.  


DCU granted €20 million under Human Capital Initiative

October 14, 2020

Minister for Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD has announced that €197 million in funding will be allocated to projects in higher-level institutions under the Human Capital Initiative, including €20 million for


Turn and face the strange

October 12, 2020

There is not one person who remains untouched by Covid-19. We are all still mourning things that we have sacrificed or that have been taken from us by the pandemic, which can make moving forward into such unusual times even harder. According to psychotherapist Olivia Feehan, this is totally natural, and she reassured that it is possible to move on while feeling the pain of our grief, but we must acknowledge our losses for recovery to begin.