Peer-pressure, health and alcohol are three interconnected problems that are stigmatised to the Irish drinking culture, writer Amy Lawlor takes a look at how alcohol affects our health and how peer pressure surrounds it. If
Homeless and pregnant at 15, fortunes for Katriona O’Sullivan were going against her but grit, determination and a bit of luck now sees her lectur at Trinity, making her journey a heartwarming success story.
This year, Mother’s Day will fall on March 26th. The day is annually used to celebrate mams, step-mams, grandmothers and even great grandmothers across Ireland, writer Amy Lawlor takes a look at where the celebratory
A new lab-on-a-chip centre at Dublin City University will be known as the Fraunhofer Project Centre (FPC). The centre is to be co-funded by the German research institution and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).
DCU’s Fashion Show process begins on the first day of college, organising models, sponsorship and most importantly clothes for the show is a monumental task left up to DCU’s very own Style society, and Lifestyle
Home to legendary castles, magnificent churches, bustling marketplaces and a fantastic nightlife Krakow has become the Polish tourist destination to experience as opposed to Poland’s capital Warsaw. With cheap alcohol, accommodation and food it’s a safe
Trinity College Dublin Student’s Union’s (TCDSU) council voted last week to elect an Ethics Minority Officer onto their executive. This position arose shorty after TCDSU President Kieran McNulty decided to utilise the structures and strength of the Union to ensure all students’ voices are heard.
A jungle inspired collection with bright vivid colours and elaborate animal prints molded into motifs and ruffles is something most people would find peculiar to wear in November. However, this wasn’t the case for the