Lifestyle

Stigma still surrounds a HIV diagnosis

October 2, 2019

People with HIV on the proper medication can and do live totally normal lives – and they can also have normal sex lives. In an attempt to make this more well known, the U = U campaign was started.

DCU News

DCU student Mehwish Saqib facing deportation

October 2, 2019

DCU’s[/dropcap] Students’ Union (SU) urged the Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan to stop the deportation of Mehwish Saqib, a third year Early Childhood Education student.

DCU News

TEU investigates referenda results

March 20, 2019

The Teaching Enchantment Unit (TEU) began an investigation into the referenda polls closing an hour earlier than they were intended to.

Opinion

The troubles of toxic masculinity

December 12, 2018

Irish society has become better at discussing mental health issues. However, men across the country are still suffering and are largely being ignored. Last year, men accounted for 79 per cent of suicide deaths last

Health

VAT introduced on food supplements

November 28, 2018

The introduction of VAT on food supplements has caused upset with the Revenue amongst health food shops and some calling it a “tax on the elderly.”

National News

Macedonia votes to change their name

October 31, 2018

The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s (FYROM) parliament voted to begin the process to rename their country to North Macedonia on October 20.