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Spare a hug, have a Harte

December 10, 2014

Michael Brown, the black, unarmed teenager shot by white police officer Darren Wilson is a recent example of how racism is still alive and well in our society.

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Muhammad Yunus: when injustice seeks the just

November 26, 2014

At 74 years of age, Muhammad Yunus, a social entrepreneur who has founded banks for small farmers, has come under criticism and scrutiny from the Bangladeshi government.

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My Experience at DCUfm

November 26, 2014

When I first applied for my transition year work experience at DCUfm I had little knowledge about radio or media studies. I was nervous to see whether or not I would find it interesting and

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A Swipe for Awareness

November 26, 2014

Jade O’Leary looks at the innovative new anti-sex trafficking campaign launched earlier this month.

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The beauty of Beijing

November 26, 2014

Róisín talks about the exquisite beauty of Beijing, its vibrant markets and how to get the best out of its rich culture.

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Racism: What’s new?

November 14, 2014

Giulia Luzi shows how racism is still alive among the Roma families and Travellers in Ireland.

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The young women changing the face of the Third World

November 14, 2014

Rebecca Lumley looks at the brave young women who have overcome incidents of rape, murder and poverty in the world’s most repressive societies and are now leading a new generation of female leaders.

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A swipe for love

November 14, 2014

Aoibheann Diver looks at what makes an interesting Tinder conversation and how it has changed the world of dating.

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Volunteering for the future

November 14, 2014

” Over 22,000 attendees from six continents descended on Ballsbridge and claimed the RDS as their own for three days to see what the plucky start-ups have to offer.”

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Reality Bites

November 12, 2014

Jade O’Leary looks at the effects that reality TV has on our generation.

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Can women have it all?

October 29, 2014

The tech giants who can do it all: Facebook and Apple now freeze eggs.

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From naggins to nothing

October 29, 2014

Sober October is upon us, and the question on everybody’s mind is how a devout drinker can partake in the festivities.

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The Umbrella Revolution

October 15, 2014

The ‘Umbrella Revolution” shows us the power of students and how we should fight for a say in our country.

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From A to DD

October 15, 2014

Alana Laverty talks about her not-so-glamorous experiences as a lingerie store manager.

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The Death of Rock

October 15, 2014

Aidan Delaney discusses the choice of music at our SU events and the absence of heavy metal