Articles

LEAP CARD: Slashed fare and new upgrades?

September 28, 2022

September is, without a doubt, an expensive month. Rent, school supplies and textbooks are racking up extravagant bills, but with new TFI upgrades, transport is no longer an added worry for the 19–24 cohort. With

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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

Features

Students look back on one year of online learning

March 24, 2021

This month marks a year since students across Ireland began online learning. We all thought we were getting two weeks off college; little did we realise that if we fast forward to 2021, we would still be in the same situation.

Features

Journalists need to ask hard questions to get answers

February 10, 2021

“The Principles and purpose of journalism are defined by something more basic: The functions news plays in the lives of people”, written by American journalists Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel in The Elements of journalism. 

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Likes, comments and hatred

February 20, 2019

“She was wearing a thong with a lace front.” Throughout history, choice of clothing has been wrongfully mistaken for consent. Throughout history, women have been told what they can and cannot wear. Young girls become

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Storm in a teacup

December 12, 2018

The effects of climate change can be clearly seen, the most evident effect can be seen in the increased temperature. Temperatures have risen by 0.7oC between 1890-2008 and most significantly by 0.4oC between 1980-2008.