Food

A vegan’s guide to DCU dining

October 17, 2018

I prepare and bring in a lunch to DCU every day. It would be impossible for me to eat a wholesome vegan meal bought in DCU. The option simply does not exist.

Debate

The consent question

October 17, 2018

Ever since the #MeToo campaign, it is not unusual to log onto Twitter or listen to the radio and hear of a famous body or political figure facing sexual assault allegations. 

University News

DCU offers Lego workshops for variety of ages

October 11, 2017

Dublin City University are now offering Lego workshops for all ages in their newly built Lego Innovation studio situated on St. Patricks Campus, Drumcondra. The ‘Learnit’ Academy will use this interactive learning hub to carry out

Music

Picture This

September 27, 2017

After much anticipation the Kildare pop duo Picture This (Ryan Hennessy and Jimmy Rainsford) released their self-titled debut album. Irish music fans and critics have been waiting for Picture This to release an actual album

Features

Why is studying our native language so difficult?

March 22, 2017

Many students are exempt from studying Irish in school due to a disability. In 2015, 3,592 students had an exemption from sitting Irish for the Leaving Cert because of their disability. Out of these students

Features

The harsh reality of the 2C-B drug

February 8, 2017

In early January six young people were hospitalised after taking the synthetic drug known as 2C-B, at a house party in Cork City.  Gerard Banks and his friend were walking by the house when they

Lifestyle

Pumpkin Pottery

October 26, 2016

Autumn is here which means one thing,  Halloween. So grab your pumpkin spice lattes, blanket scarves and get carving some cool and original pumpkins. Here are four hacks on how to make the designing a