Opinion

Barriers to shopping sustainably need to be acknowledged

February 24, 2021

Depop, and other clothing reselling apps like it, are a great way for people to find homes for their unwanted items. However, very often Depop sellers buy up trendy items in secondhand shops for cheap and then resell them with a pricey vintage tag.

Clubs and Socs

DCU Redbrick run SISTEM 2021

February 24, 2021

DCU Redbrick along with computing societies from nine other Irish universities ran Student’s Inter-Society Tech & Enterprise Meetup (SISTEM) 2021, an online tech conference for students, on Saturday, February 20th.

News

Study abroad programmes take a hit due to Covid-19

January 27, 2021

Uptake of Erasmus or study abroad programmes  in Trinity College (TCD) dropped by 70 per cent in the first semester of this year according to Provost Patrick Predergast, as reported by the University Times.

Opinion

Editorial: We will meet again

April 15, 2020

However we are doing this to protect the most vulnerable. Every time I get frustrated about being stuck at home or I’m tempted to go out and meet friends I think of my three grandparents. I am doing this for them, we are all doing this for them.

The Hype

DCU Drag Race Comes Home

March 2, 2020

Over €5,000 was raised during Rainbow Week. Drag Race contributed a large part to this through ticket sales as the event sold 300 tickets.

Music

How celebrities are shaping politics

December 11, 2019

Stormzy has pledged his support for Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn as the UK general election fast approaches, but should musicians and other celebrities be promoting election candidates?