Holidate is another cringe fest of a love story
In a nutshell: yes, it is. But that’s not always a bad thing. If you love to watch two very attractive white people fall in love over the course of an hour and 45 minutes, going through the motions of “will they/won’t they” while also experiencing close to every cliché ever, then this is the movie for you.
Simon Harris confirms additional €15million allocated to higher education
Five minute spell costs disciplined Dundalk
Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Dundalk seems facile on paper, however It was anything but for the Gunners.
RTÉ launch documentary series that follows disadvantaged students in Irish universities
“My Uni Life” is a five-part series documenting the lives of seven students from under-represented backgrounds as they face the different challenges that accompany starting university.
Crap or WAP: Is Drake’s music still relevant in the 2020 Hip-Hop scene?
Ariana Grande retains her position at the top of the charts with new album
In her sixth studio album, Grande expresses her signature sassy, playful femininity that her fan base repeatedly laps up.
DCU ranked in the top 200 universities in the world for Arts and Humanities
DCU’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences has placed in the top 200 universities globally for its subject choices in Arts and Humanities.
DCU takes Movember by storm
This November, DCU students and societies are forming teams and taking on growing moustaches, running 60 kilometres, and donating money for Movember to raise awareness for men’s health issues.
Online charity shop launched by former DCU student
Former DCU student, Rónán Ó Dálaigh developed the idea for the company Thriftify when he found a book he needed for college in a charity shop for €1.
Why it really is a dog’s life during lockdown
While the pandemic has affected almost every aspect of human life imaginable, the impact it may have had on our furry friends is less obvious.
Leaders of Trinity Greens, Young Greens and Queer Greens have resigned
The Green Party’s youth wing has been hit by a wave of significant resignations, including the leader of the Trinity College Young Greens, Julie Smirnova.
Dark days and dark minds – Gym owners protest closures under Level 5
With a 6-week lockdown in Ireland, gyms have shut to many owner’s and participant’s disapproval.
The imbalance between men’s and women’s sport is not getting larger but it is not closing
Balancing nursing and football – Kate Mooney takes it in her stride
DCU student and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney achieved the goal of a lifetime earlier this year – scoring 30 goals, in just 7 games.
How the 20×20 campaign changed women’s sports in Ireland
20×20 a two-year-long campaign, which aimed to change attitudes towards women’s sport in Ireland, concluded in October.
DCU announced semester 2 will continue as online learning
Converting to Veganism
The lingering effects of ‘long covid’
“The Haunting of Bly Manor” tells a chilling love story
DCU students to receive refunds for on-campus accommodation
DCU to examine nurse-led Covid-19 interventions
Universities are permitted to continue with campus activities during Level 5 restrictions
The government announced a move to Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions nationwide beginning at midnight on Wednesday October 21st.
Students to receive €250 payment under 2021 budget
DCU to receive almost €3 million in research funding
DCU will receive €2.9 million in funding towards academic research that was hindered by Covid-19.