Free IVF treatment needs to be introduced in Ireland

February 24, 2021

With IVF treatment costing between €6,000 and €10,000, many cannot afford to start a family. State funding must be introduced in order to give people suffering from infertility a chance at becoming parents.


Will people be able to continue working from home post Covid-19?

December 9, 2020

EU survey shows that Ireland has the second highest number of employees working from home in Europe due to Covid-19. It is difficult to know if people will return to their office jobs as working from home seems to be as effective as working in an office.


Oscars diversity guidelines place barrier on free storytelling

November 25, 2020

New inclusion standards consist of: at least one main character being “from an underrepresented racial or ethnic group,” the storyline must be centred on one of the following: women, LGTBQ people, a racial or ethnic group or the disabled, and finally 30% of cast members must be from at least two of these four categories.


There is an issue with the drink and drug culture among Irish youth

October 28, 2020

The Irish people use drinking as a hobby rather than an occasional activity. Binge drinking is a normal thing for Irish people and the youth in Ireland follow by example, watching their parents, siblings or friends drinking regularly and may feel obliged to partake.

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Diarmuid Connolly retires from Dublin GAA

October 14, 2020

Diarmuid Connolly released a statement on Wednesday 30th September, confirming his retirement from inter-county football, just a fortnight before the 2020 season begins. The St Vincent’s man was one of Dublin’s star players, contributing hugely

Other Sports

Gold target hit by DCU Archers in Cork

March 4, 2020

DCU Archery club were once again on top of their game as they were the winners of four medals, made up of two gold and two silver at the Student National Championships.


Fagan grabs Gold for Ireland at British Isles tournament.

February 5, 2020

DCU’s Claire Fagan clinched first place for Ireland in the Women’s U23 race at the Celtic International XC at the Stirling in Scotland. Fagan was victorious in the 8000m race which included athletes from Ireland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland and England.

Other Sports

DCU Trampolining Club jumps to victory in Limerick

November 27, 2019

DCU Trampolining Club came out victorious winning the varsities club trophy in Limerick last weekend scoring in the top 75 per cent of the competition as well as club member Niamh Niiceadha winning best form in the entire competition.