One in four family owned Irish businesses are worried about losing control over their business within the next six months because of Covid-19, according to a recent study.
DCU Students’ Union (DCUSU) held the first two of three Zoom workshops in partnership with Women for Election, a not-for-profit organisation supporting women in politics.
We Can be Zero is a campaign launched by a group of Irish scientists on Monday February 1st.
The Minister of Further and Higher Education, Simon Harris has announced the formation of a working group dedicated to enhancing the wellbeing of third-level students.
Uptake of Erasmus or study abroad programmes in Trinity College (TCD) dropped by 70 per cent in the first semester of this year according to Provost Patrick Prendergast, as reported by the University Times.
New year, new me. Sound familiar? This has probably been uttered by every person at least a handful of times in the last decade or so.
A quarter of North-East Dubliners have experienced drug related intimidation according to a report published on January 26th.
Imposter syndrome is something we have all heard of but probably don’t know much about.
We are almost one month into 2021, and Ireland’s relationship with Covid-19 has been nothing short of tumultuous.
While people are at home watching television more than ever in the last number of months, reality TV has had to take a knock due to coronavirus restrictions.
“I thought, why not make one?” the once hidden figure behind a DCU confessions page reveals, from a place many miles from Glasnevin.
Rotunda Hospital and the Coombe Hospital have confirmed that they gave unused Covid-19 vaccines to relatives of their staff and to members of their local communities.