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The USI launch #EducationForAll campaign

October 14, 2020

The USI launched the #EducationForAll campaign in hope to highlight students’ experiences with fees and accommodation and demand a total reform of the current systems in place.

Health

Do we really need vitamin shots and IV drips

September 22, 2020

Celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen , Kendall Jenner and Miley Cyrus have been often seen getting a quick fix of vitamins through injections and iv drips  that are meant to boost your energy levels, help with hangovers, strengthen your immune system, make your skin glow and even help you lose weight.

Features

To travel or not to travel, that is the question

July 21, 2020

“I think we’re gonna be very good with the coronavirus, I think at some point that’s going to sort of disappear.” Despite the wishes of certain world leaders, the COVID19 pandemic doesn’t seem likely to

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Features

Taking care of your mental health in uncertain times

July 21, 2020

On the 15th of July the Irish government announced that we will not be able to progress into phase 4 of easing Covid-19 restrictions. This uncertainty, along with other unpredictable elements of the pandemic has

Features

It’s time to move away from period poverty

June 21, 2020

The New Zealand government said they will begin to provide free sanitary products in schools across the country to help tackle period poverty, a problem that affects young girls and women of all ages throughout the world.

The College View Investigates

Stretched to the limit: Over 64,000 people waiting for orthopaedic treatment

April 19, 2020

People requiring hip and knee replacements are facing the worst waiting lists in Ireland,  with over 64,000 people waiting to see a consultant for their treatments. The figures, from the National Treatment Purchase Fund, for January 2020 show that a total of 64,907 people are waiting to access orthopaedic treatment.

Health

Support for DCU students in stressful times.

April 14, 2020

Having a good mindset is vital in order to get through this time, therefore DCU Student Support and Development have emphasised the importance of mindfulness during this period.

Features

From part time job to front-line position

April 14, 2020

“Hand sanitising stations and boxes of rubber gloves at the entrances of supermarkets serve as a constant reminder of how the local supermarket could potentially become a high health risk to workers and customers alike, if the necessary precautions are not undertaken”