The Hype

Artists remove their art from the National Gallery of Ireland

March 9, 2022

The National Gallery of Ireland (NGI), located in Merrion Square, Dublin has awarded a catering contract to the American Company, Aramark, for a three-year term. Aramark has gained controversy in recent years as it was revealed that they profit from Direct Provision in Ireland, which many find unacceptable.


What Are Your Favorite Christmas Films?

November 24, 2021

Christmas is approaching, which means it is time to put on your pajamas, make yourself a hot chocolate, turn on Netflix and watch some iconic Christmas films.

DCU News

DCU ranked sixth in The Sunday Times Good University Guide

November 24, 2021

The Sunday Times published recently their Good University Guide 2022, where National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) was named their University of the Year 2022. Dublin City University (DCU) ranked sixth on the list this


DCU to provide free sanitary products to students

November 10, 2021

“Period poverty affects more women in our communities than we realise…it is ridiculous that period poverty exists in Ireland in this day and age it is so wrong that in 2021 people are thanking you for getting them pads,”Claire Hunt from Period Poverty Ireland said.


Jesy Nelson accused of ‘blackfishing’ after release of new music video “Boyz”

October 27, 2021

First of all, the author of this article is a mixed-race woman, therefore I am very knowledgeable about racism, cultural appropriation and blackfishing, as it affects me every single day. I logged onto Twitter one day, to see that Jesy Nelson decided to go solo and released her first song as a solo artist. I enjoy Little Mix’s music and always felt sorry for Jesy Nelson as she struggles a lot with her mental health.


Should Trump be Allowed Twitter Back?

October 13, 2021

Is the world a better place with a Trump-free twitter? Trump has made one too many mistakes on social media platforms, for anyone to think its a good idea that he receives access to Twitter again.