DCU News

New bus route launched for DCU

June 2, 2022

A new bus route by Dublin Bus has commenced, to include a stop at DCU. The N4 bus route will call at DCU’s Collins Avenue stop on its journey between the Point Village and Blanchardstown

Television

The Pentaverate Review – Mike Myers’ Cult of Personalities

May 31, 2022

Despite the wide variety of acclaimed television shows that people keep telling me to watch, from Money Heist to Stranger Things, I somehow ended up binging The Pentaverate. A show about a secret society that controls the world from the shadows… made up exclusively of characters played by Mike Myers. How could I not be intrigued?

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Features

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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Articles

New Hub Aims to Challenge Disinformation In Ireland 

April 18, 2022

A new hub targeting the spread of disinformation online has been launched in Dublin City University (DCU). DCU was selected by The European Commission as part of a network of eight hubs across Europe which

Sport

DCU Women’s soccer team win O’Regan Cup

April 13, 2022

On Wednesday the 28th of March the DCU Women’s soccer team travelled to Athlone Town stadium for the O’Regan Cup Final. After a bumpy ride on  their year-long campaign, the triumph over Maynooth Ladies B

Television

Moon Knight: The Less Dark Knight

April 13, 2022

After nearly 3 years of waiting, the first episode of Marvel’s Moon Knight aired on Disney+ last week to widespread acclaim.

Articles

DCU beat Cardiff University in head-to-head match

April 13, 2022

DCU Athletics had a narrow victory over Cardiff University Athletics in their recent dual match held at Morton Stadium on Friday April 1st. Despite the horrific weather conditions there was some very strong races and

Articles

R.I.P Red – Óg go Deo

April 13, 2022

There was widespread shock and sadness across the entire DCU community on Friday April 1st when people learned of the death of 2nd Year Bachelor of Education student Red Óg Murphy from Curry, Co. Sligo.

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Articles

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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Articles

What are Stress Relieving Mechanisms During Exam Season?

April 13, 2022

Managing our well-being effectively helps to reduce stress, worry and anxiety that may be taking over our lives negatively.  For college students, exam season is one of the most stressful situations to experience. To overcome

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Articles

The Return Of The Messy Girl Aesthetic 

April 13, 2022

The definition and understanding of aesthetics has undergone significant transformation in recent years. The term originally referred to beauty and the appreciation of beauty. However, contemporary perception consists of visuals reminiscent of film, television, books

Articles

Students pet dogs to help with stress.

April 13, 2022

As part of DCU’s study on the physical and emotional health of students, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind were brought to campus for the last week of college. The study ‘Promoting And supporting the

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Features

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