Lifestyle

Europe’s first underwater museum

February 22, 2017

Playa Blanca in Lanzarote now has more to boast about than it’s sunshine-filled days and chilled out nights as it has become host to Europe’s very first underwater sculpture museum. Museo Atlántico Lanzarote is home

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Gaeilge

Códúcháin, an teanga nua-aimseartha

February 8, 2017

  Is féidir scileanna ar bith a fhoghlaim ar an idirlíon faoi na laethanta seo. Ní haon ionadh gur féidir le duine ar bith cúrsaí ríomheolaíochta a fhoghlaim ar shuíomhanna éagsúla. B’fhéidir gur ionadh gur

Lifestyle

The Finest Fixing Sprays

November 16, 2016

After trying mist after mist, Setting Spray connoisseur Áine Monk has decided the best two to buy Having your makeup move about is a thing of the past with the use of setting sprays. These

News Features

Every age is welcome at DCU

October 12, 2016

DCU is known as a campus for enterprise, but what you might not know is that DCU is also now considered an Age Friendly University.

Travel

Keeping your cool commuting

September 28, 2016

You got your timetable, had fun at Freshers’ and forgotten the name of almost every person you have met so far, but have you thought about how you could improve the quality of your commute?

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DCU News

DCU courses to move to All Hallows

April 6, 2016

Students of Fiontar on the DCU Glasnevin Campus have been informed that their lectures will take place on the All Hallows campus next year. The move comes as part of the incorporation between DCU, St

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Features

Understanding Autism

April 6, 2016

Autism is often described as a ‘spectrum disorder’, meaning that two individuals with the same diagnosis may not experience the same difficulties at the same time. The symptoms can present themselves in many forms and combinations ranging from mild to severe

Inspirations

Inspirations: Teresa Lynn

March 23, 2016

As a “returned-Gaelgeoir”, she has a great interest in Irish, consistently putting great emphasis on the language within her work. Her PhD included the development of the Irish Dependency Treebank and the first statistical parser for Irish text.

Health

Disable inequality in this year’s election

February 24, 2016

Disable Inequality is a campaign to end discrimination for people living with disability and to make equality a defining issue in Election 2016. With more than 600,000 people with a disability living in Ireland, two in three people know at least one person, be they a friend, a family member, a colleague or neighbour.

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Gaeilge

Lá lán-Ghaeilge den scoth ar son Gaeilge24

November 18, 2015

Áine Monk Ar an 10 Deireadh Fómhair chuir Cumann Gaelach DCU roinnt imeachtaí ar son an dushlán Gaeilge24 ar siúl ar fud an gcampas. Ba lá ar son na Gaeilge é agus daoine ag déanamh

Through My Eyes

Living with Cerebral Palsy

September 30, 2015

Having had Cerebral Palsy (CP) from birth, I aim to give an honest account of the effect it can have on your life and how it may affect you on a daily basis.