Following on from the massive DCU success at last year’s European Cross Country Championships onhome soil in Abbotstown, Séan McGinley helped Ireland to a team silver medal at the 2022 edition of the championships in
DCU 6-18Maynooth University (MU) 0-04 The DCU Camogie team put Maynooth away with little difficulty in a one-sided first round of championship game played at St. Clare’s. Though MU put up some resistance through some
In football, nothing is inevitable. However, Neymar getting injured at the World Cup was seemingly a certainty. The Brazil winger suffered an ankle injury in his nation’s 2-0 victory over Serbia in their opening match
Hollywood is as controlled by major studios as it’s ever been, and those studios are as reluctant to take risks as they have ever been. There are fewer and fewer new original films each year, and more from franchises or pre-existing properties.
The DCU Media Production Society’s 24-hour Broadcast takes place over the next two days. The broadcast is live now! Here is a link to watch- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VU0dPx96jOg Each year DCU MPS choose a charity partner, and
Change location: Stepping out of your comfort home to study in cafes. It is halfway through the semester, which means exams and assignments are close to due dates. Students also put their best effort into
Protesters gathered in Egypt last week to voice concerns over the human rights of climate change activists imprisoned in the country at the 27th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) last week.
Like everyone, I regressed over the last number of years by revisiting some of my favourite films and television shows from my younger years. Although far from perfect, they were a comfort during a strange
Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo has stated he feels “betrayed” by his own clubin an interview with high profile journalist Piers Morgan. Ronaldo joined Morgan for an exclusive interview right before the start of the
Viewers were left horrified by a Prime Time episode last month, where host Fran McNulty approached drug dealers on O’Connell Street and highlighted the lack of safety on what’s meant to be Dublin’s main street.
The literary work of Anthony Burgess exhibits a diversity of published books across a multitude of genres, composed music and poetry, written screenplays and a series of articles and reviews throughout his career.
Recent tech layoffs provide indigenous industry an opportunity to flourish. Following the pandemic world leaders of every stripe and colour had one message: ‘Build Back Better’. This pledge pervaded the airwaves of various governmental bodies
Tributes have poured in nationwide for the admired CervicalCheck campaigner Vicky Phelan, who died in the early hours of Monday morning aged 48, surrounded by her family in Milford Hospice in Limerick. The campaigner showed
Just as the leaves blow through the streets this fall season, devil ears, cat’s tails, and angelwings roll around the dark corners of Camden Street. On Halloween, we see both sides of thescale, where costumes
During the covid-19 pandemic and the inevitable lockdown, in order to survive these trying times many people turned to nostalgia. The need to escape to more simpler times led to the resurgence of many things