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New blueprint for primary schools is a major success

January 18, 2023

It can be refreshing to hear people share stories of their own experiences with mental health. It’s nice to know we’re not alone and raise awareness for where we can go to get help.  What’s

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This is not the time to be closing Emergency Departments

January 18, 2023

Many of us have been witnessing the downfall of the health services in Ireland as significant pressure persists due to a surge of patients presenting to emergency departments (ED) across the country, GP practices and

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A restructuring plan is needed for refugees in Ireland

January 18, 2023

The desperate plight of refugees and migrants requires rethinking our current system Over 12,000 people applied for asylum in Ireland last year. This represents an over 400 per cent year-on-year increase according to the Department

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Eurovision hopeful John Lydon calls contest “disgusting”

January 18, 2023

John Lydon, also known as former Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten, has called the Eurovision Song Contest “disgusting” and “absolutely awful”, despite vying to represent Ireland in it this year.  When asked in an interview on

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Former College View Editor becomes head of Silicon Republic

January 18, 2023

Silicon Republic, an Irish-based technology news website, has announced that Jenny Darmody will become their new editor from this month. The news website, based in Dublin, covers news on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths),

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The Hype Team’s 2022 Highlights

December 31, 2022

With 2022 coming to a close, The Hype team wanted to share some of our highlights that got us through the year of mass inflation, Omicron and Russia being a really bad neighbour.

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DCU’s 24-hour broadcast- Raising money for Women’s Aid

November 23, 2022

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

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‘There’s a game to be played’

November 23, 2022

The football world prepares to swap their club colours for their country’s, as the club seasonis put on hold for the 22nd edition of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. The competition will be held

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Ronaldo Interview: Why Choose Piers Morgan?

November 23, 2022

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

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Shelbourne Womens Do The Double

November 23, 2022

Shelbourne women took Irish womens soccer by storm this year.  The Dublin based side have won the Women’s National League for the second year in a row and also reclaimed the cup title from a

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Tech Layoffs: A Great Correction?  

November 23, 2022

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

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Christmas all year round

November 13, 2022

Every single person in the world loves Christmas, it’s the happiest holiday of the year. One wonders why we cannot celebrate it all the time. It’s the perfect chance to keep up with family arguments

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Screw the costumes, keep the cost down.

November 13, 2022

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

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The Return of Tumblr Culture 

November 11, 2022

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