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How Oscars opened a conversation on alopecia

May 11, 2022

Will Smith and Chris Rock’s Oscars altercation has sparkedthe long overdue conversation on alopecia. The 94th Academy Awards was held on the 27th of March in Los Angeles. The stand out event of the night occurred after comedian and

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Can the ceasefire babies build bridges through football?

April 13, 2022

The generation of ‘ceasefire babies’, those born around or after the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, was promised peace, prosperity and a ‘new’ Northern Ireland. Remarkably, peace (compared to what had gone before) was

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Beatha teanga í a labhairt

March 25, 2022

Beatha teanga í a labhairt. A proverb thousands of Leaving Cert students will currently be desperately trying to seam into their seanfhocal ranks in preparation for the oral exams, only for the majority to forget

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Rachael Diyaolu Journeys Through War-Torn Ukraine.

March 9, 2022

Irish medical student, Racheal Diyaolu, is now on a treacherous two-day drive to flee Ukraine, having spent the past 12 days trapped amidst the ferocious fighting.  As of Monday morning Racheal, along with 8 others,

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The Cost of Being a Student is on the Rise

March 9, 2022

The cost of being a university student is increasing at a very fast pace. Students and their parents are finding themselves living paycheck to paycheck to get an education.  Inflation has caused the cost of living

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War, Distress and the News: Try to keep a level head

March 7, 2022

In what has been one of the most shocking and disruptive recent geopolitical events, The Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine has dominated headlines and timelines for the past week. As news outlets maintain consistent coverage

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The Rohingya; Camps in Cox’s Bazar in Deplorable Conditions

February 16, 2022

The Rohingya Muslim minority in the predominantly Buddhist, Myanmar have been statelessand deprived of their basic human rights for decades now. They have had no access tohealthcare, voting rights, education, employment or basic citizenship. The

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Subscription Services and Their New Found Maturity

February 16, 2022

It has been known for a while now that subscription services have become the main way we consume media. Their convenience and variety have been enticing their growing subscriber base since the late 2000s. Original

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How a Facebook Event Could Save My Life

February 16, 2022

A few days ago, I went to a Facebook event for my assignment. You’re probably wondering why I attended a Facebook event and why, in worst-case scenarios, it could be lifesaving. I believe it was

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Sarah Behan: Safety and mental health come first

February 15, 2022

I feel like there’s a disconnect between people who haven’t come through the services and people like me who use them”. Sarah Behan is a final year English and Philosophy student in St Pats. Her

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Meet TOD: Your Future Student Union President

February 15, 2022

The overarching theme to Thomas O’Dowd’s campaign is bringing back a sense of community to DCU. O’Dowd, who normally just goes by his initials – TOD, is the first Student Union Presidential candidate to run

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Exercising Safe Spaces for Women

February 2, 2022

Fitness groups and individuals are providing safe spaces across the country for women to
gather and exercise in light of the murder of Ashling Murphy.

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The Benefits of Yoga with Mairead McGrath

February 2, 2022

They say that everything happens for a reason, a fact Dublin Yoga teacher Mairead McGrath is all too accustomed to. While studying in DCU she began to regularly attend classes with the Yoga Society, after

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50 Years in The EU: A Changed Ireland

January 31, 2022

2023 will mark Ireland’s fiftieth year in the European Union. A significant milestone for an island country once so reserved and destitute. As the union’s future is being subjected to continued scrutiny from rising rates