Lifestyle

Self care suss: yoga and meditation

April 17, 2019

Originally, yoga was used as a practice of self-observation to train the body and mind to become aware of its own nature, and ultimately reach higher consciousness in the individual.

Lifestyle

Black market makeup scam

April 17, 2019

In a video released on April 2nd on Star’s channel, he told the story behind some vague tweets he had released over the previous weekend.

Gaeilge

Caithfimid labhairt faoi Joyce

April 17, 2019

Muna léigh tú na litracha grá ó James Joyce a sheol sé chuig a bean-chéile sa 19ú h-aois, b’féidir déan cuardach ar líne, ansin bheidh sé níos éasca an alt seo a thusicint. Ach bí cúramach – ní na litreacha seo oiriúnach do dhaoine ach a bhfuil os cionn 18 mbliana d’aois.

Food

Cooking with supplements

March 20, 2019

While taking a few capsules or tablets (and even sometimes a liquid form!) of supplements can seem boring and therefore easy to forget, we all need to eat. Cooking some supplements into daily meals may be the best way to ensure consistent intake of whatever you’re deficient in and therefore improve your overall health. It’s well worth looking for more from your supplements than constantly adding them to smoothies alone.

News

UCD students to vote on student centre levy

March 20, 2019

A referendum will be put to University College Dublin (UCD) students on whether a levy towards the students centre will continue past 2023, the university’s student newspaper University Observer reported on March 8th.

Food

Beating binging stigmas

March 6, 2019

The HSE says that binges are often planned in advance, with the individual buying special foods to binge on. The disorder is often easily hidden from those close to the individual as simply putting on weight.

Lifestyle

Non-Western Beauty Standards

February 20, 2019

The mentality of white skin being the most sought after and Western looks being superior is spanned across Asia. Scholars have noted that more indigenous facial features and darker skin have been devalued through colonial rule.

News

DCU delegates hold workshops at 26th Pink Training

December 12, 2018

The 26th annual Pink Training was held in NUI Galway over the last weekend of November, where 21 DCU delegates attended alongside VP for Welfare and Equality Aisling Fagan, who acted as the SU Support

Lifestyle

Alex Steinherr X Primark

November 28, 2018

Penny’s just released a skincare range with skincare-expert and social media guru Alex Steinherr. Béibhinn Thorsch gives us the lowdown on the skincare collection.

Lifestyle

In true military fashion

November 28, 2018

The Doc Martens website reads “Dr. Martens’ appeal to people who have their own individual style but share a united spirit – authentic characters who stand for something. People who possess a proud sense of

Lifestyle

Attacking asthma

November 14, 2018

Asthma is difficult but during these winter months symptoms become worsened and you need to know how to cope with them. Béibhinn Thorsch gives us all information we need to know about attacking asthma this winter.

Lifestyle

Transition period

October 31, 2018

Béibhinn Thorsch talks of changing our ways and looking towards a more ethical approach towards your time of the month.

Opinion

The dangers of unprofessional tweeting

October 17, 2018

When someone says something they regret or says something the wrong way, it can be quickly explained to the small group of people who may have heard it and then it can be forgotten. It’s

Features

Binging on a budget

October 17, 2018

It has never been a secret that university students are some of the most avid binge-drinkers. 

Lifestyle

Cruelty Free Series: Haircare

October 3, 2018

With the rise of environmental awareness, more and more brands are becoming cruelty-free and vegan in order to stay partial to the changing needs of consumers.