DCU graduates prepare to cycle across America

December 1, 2021

As Covid-19 brought the world to its knees in Spring 2020, one man refused to have his goals and dreams suppressed. On his personal social media pages, the former DCU student, Cormac Ryan, penned a


The journey to the J1

April 4, 2018

As J1 season rolls around again, Ashleigh Nolan told her tale of how she organised, funded and prepared for her trip to America last summer.


What has Donald Trump done so far?

February 8, 2017

It has been just over two weeks since Donald J. Trump’s inauguration and he became the 45th President of the United States. Within that week, President Trump and his administration have already initiated a series


Growing up in the U S of A

November 26, 2014

At the beginning of the summer, I embarked on my journey back to Ireland after being given a taste of expat life for three years in the United States of America. Moving at the age

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My Erasmus Experience: Jack O Dea

March 6, 2013

America. Where there’s Dunkin Donuts on nearly every corner, the word craic means cocaine and awesome is said so often it’ll drive you crazy. I had no real idea what to expect when coming to

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Student Life

Pif, paf, pouf, and other international adventures

November 14, 2012

Have you ever heard of pif, paf, pouf? It’s a French drinking game. I have to admit that I have played it once or twice since coming to DCU, for journalistic purposes only of course. But

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The US Presidential Election: does it matter?

October 31, 2012

An American election features a pounding mix of campaign adverts and speeches, with massive amounts of money being spent. One would hope that it’s all being done for an important reason. But how important is