DCU society calls for Eurovision boycott
Controversial Iceland ad did more good than harm
The story of Jaqueline Wilson
Although, Jaqueline Wilson is not exactly like your typical children’s author. She deals with darker subject matters than other children’s books, straying away from fantasies about fairies or stories about a troublesome child who torments his younger brother. Wilson’s stories explored themes such as broken families, domestic abuse, mental illnesses, and the foster care system.
Thank u Ariana Grande, next
The words, “thank you, next” in relation to past relationships sounds cold and unfeeling, but the song is the complete opposite of that. Grande is genuinely thanking her exes for helping her grow and prosper into the person she is today, there’s no negativity or bitterness within the song despite its subject matter.
Make this “American Boy” great again
“iridescence” marks a new era for BROCKHAMPTON
Is age just a number when it comes to love?
Surge in illegal firework possession sparks concern for emergency services
Community defends primary school student facing deportation
Tens of thousands of people have signed a petition to protest the deportation order of the Irish born nine-year-old, Eric Zhi Ying Xue.
A visit to Roderic O’Conor and The Moderns
Project to help people shopping with dementia launched in Raheny
Water in Limerick becomes contaminated
What reality shows have the X Factor?
The problem with authors meddling with their finished works
Atelier des Lumières lights up the art scene
Tebi Rex’s Max Zanga talks about songwriting, the Irish hip-hop scene and more
When is the pen mightier than the camera?
The main advantage of the novel is the fact that you aren’t merely witnessing the story and the emotions the characters are feeling onscreen, but you are experiencing them yourself. The novel encourages you to use your imagination, there’s no limit to how long a book can expand unlike a film that must be cut to stay concise.
“Take Your Pills” documentary focuses in on Adderall abuse
50 years after Martin Luther King’s death, we are still fighting for his dream
On the 4th of April 1968, Martin Luther King Junior was fatally shot in his motel room in the depths of Tennessee.
Discussing religion, poetry and self-recording with Four In The Morning
New building on Glasnevin campus to accommodate staff growth
Videogames – A hobby or unhealthy obsession?
Halloween around the world
DCU celebrate Space Week 2017 with public lecture
Space week is a great way to hook people of all ages into the sciences, according to DCU mathematical scientist Dr John Regan.