Lifestyle

Five ways to help your Mammy this Christmas

November 30, 2016

Help out with the household chores. An obvious tip, but important nonetheless. Mams are particularly fussy when it comes to chores around Christmas time, especially if you’re expecting visitors or hosting dinner. Although she’ll insist upon

Lifestyle

Christmas in Retail

November 30, 2016

You’re standing behind the till, queues upon queues of people facing you, some of whom don’t even bother to mutter the word hello. You greet every customer with a smile and engage in the same

Clubs and Socs

Drama Soc Panto plays on merging of St Pats and DCU

November 30, 2016

The DCU Drama Society’s pantomime took place last night in the auditorium of St Patricks campus. ‘North Side Story’ is the first DCU panto which has been held outside the Glasnevin campus since the incorporation took place earlier this year.

Lifestyle

Helping the Homeless

November 16, 2016

Christmas is a time for giving and receiving, however, not all of us are fortunate enough to be in a position to celebrate the festivities of the season. With winter weather a reminder of shorter

Food

Festive treats to bake for the family

December 2, 2015

Christmas is a time to spend with the family, decorating the house, dancing to Christmas songs and munching on the turkey, ham and selection box chocolates. For me, it i also a great time to catch

Lifestyle

Top 5 Christmas flicks

December 10, 2014

Love Actually. This movie brings you nicely into the Christmas season with great intertwining storylines during the run up to Christmas. It also leaves you with the heart-warming message that love is all around.  

Lifestyle

The Suss’ Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide

December 10, 2014

Christmas Gift ideas for guys: FCUK gift set  (for the bearded men): In light of the recent surge of facial hair on men, I think this is a very thoughtful as well as very handy

Features

Temple Street at Christmas

December 10, 2014

Not all children will get to spend Christmas at home this year. Six-year-old Izzy O’Connell will spend Christmas in Temple Street as she begins her fifth round of chemotherapy.

Style

Mantalk #5

December 18, 2013

The boys have a few final pearls of
wisdom for 2013…

Randoms

The Christmas creep

December 18, 2013

Retailers are starting Christmas earlier every year, but does the ‘Christmas creep’ bring festive cheer for consumers?

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Through My Eyes

Homeless at Christmas

December 18, 2013

While most of us are getting ready to head home for the Christmas holidays, The College View speaks to some homeless people who’ll be spending the festive season on the cold streets.

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Features

Materialism Vs.Tradition

December 12, 2012

Everyone has Christmas traditions; whether it’s fancy dinners, drinks or presents; they’re institutions in your life.  However, the main tradition in almost all households at Christmas is the exchanging of gifts, which raises the great

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DCU News

Little Christmas comes to DCU

December 12, 2012

Santa came early to DCU on Thursday December 6th with the Little Christmas fair organised by the DCU Saint Vincent de Paul and Raising And Giving (RAG) societies. Santa’s Grotto was among the attractions in

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Randoms

Lending a Helping Hand at Christmas

December 12, 2012

Christmas only happens one day of the year, but thanks to its presentation, the atmosphere can be felt earlier and lasts longer. We see the decorations not only in our own homes, but in every

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Features

Merry Money

December 4, 2012

“Christmas is a race to see which gives out first – your money or your feet.” So Christmas is just around the corner and recession or no recession we love to splash out during the