Articles

Keeping the magic in children’s films alive, generation after generation

November 14, 2018

The attitude of inclusion and acceptance is growing internationally. The portrayal of these changing narratives can be seen in children’s films. The reason the quality of the stories did not deteriorate is because films still use the classic formula of good vs evil and other constant variables.

National News

Seán Gallagher: Presidential Candidate

October 17, 2018

Gallagher was leading in the polls in 2011 until the “Tweetgate” controversy where Pat Kenny read out a tweet which alleged Gallagher had financially corrupt involvement with Fianna Fáil. 

Opinion

We need free sanitary products, period

October 17, 2018

Public bathrooms are nobody’s favourite ally when it comes to hygiene. However, despite the assortment of germs usually found in them, public bathrooms offer refuge to those on the brink of an accident, whether induced

Budget 2019

BUDGET 2019: Review

October 9, 2018

Budget 2019 has been criticized as being an ‘election budget’ by Labour TD Joan Burton, after Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe’s speech on October 9th.

Budget 2019

BUDGET 2019: Transport, Tourism and Sport

October 9, 2018

Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport was allocated  €1.26 billion from the Budget 2019. €40 million of this will go towards fixing potholes.

DCU News

IMF chief Christine Lagarde visits DCU

June 29, 2018

Christine Lagarde, chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), visited DCU and spoke about inclusion, education and innovation last Tuesday.

Articles

Explainer: The Eighth Amendment

April 18, 2018

A referendum on repealing the Eighth Amendment will be a historical event for Irish society whether the Ireland votes yes or no.