DCU News

Seat monitors being hired in DCU libraries

April 17, 2019

Seat monitors are being hired in DCU’s O’Reilly and Cregan libraries to clear study spaces that have been saved but left vacant by students during exam time.


The latest trend of live-action remakes

April 17, 2019

The current trend works in a similar way by taking tales as old as time which will appeal not only to children, but also a generation of adults with a specific, nostalgic connection to one version.


Menstruation shouldn’t stop you working out. Period.

March 20, 2019

However, during this time testosterone levels rise leading to greater benefits from strength training. This coupled with the increased pain tolerance and faster muscle recovery gained from low hormone levels mean you will be able to train harder for longer.


Careful with your cravings

February 20, 2019

Food addiction is much more than a simple craving. It is an obsession that takes over the life of the addict. It’s time to treat with the attention it deserves.


What will the Brexit draft deal mean for Ireland?

November 28, 2018

While up until this point the UK policy of ‘no surrender’ politics has ruled out the prospect of a second referendum, the unlikeliness of this draft being approved and their unwillingness to crash out of the EU means it may soon be the only viable solution.


Cooking in college: a guide for beginners

October 3, 2018

So in order to save some pennies and prevent the onset of the dreaded “freshers’ 15,” we have compiled a list of websites that will cater to both the culinary novice and the certified foodie alike.


Makeup guide for Men

November 15, 2017

An increasing amount of men are dabbling in the world of makeup and skincare today. This is a list of some products suitable for a men’s makeup look.


The 10 Most Timeless Reads

November 15, 2017

A leading art critic of the Victorian era once said, “All books are divisible into two classes, the books of the hour, and the books of all time.” This quote is still true today. Here are