Masks to be required in DCU buildings until March 21st
DCU spent €4.25 million on Covid measures
“Is it ever wrong to socially distance even if they say we don’t need to?”
DCU study says family businesses harder done by Covid
Tech-literate students most in-demand in next half-decade
Normality for Nubar with easing of restrictions
Student nurses to receive pandemic recognition payment
DCU’s second years reflect on their first year on campus
Ugandan schools reopen after over a year of closure
What new Covid regulations have been introduced on campus?
Direct Provision residents at higher risk of Covid
Stress of the pandemic linked with changes in women’s reproductive health, new study finds
Since the Beginning of the Pandemic, Misinformation Has Spread Like Wildfire
Trinity College Dublin fully reopening to students in November
Naughty or nice: If you don’t get shopping early there may be nothing under your tree this Christmas
Maternity Restrictions are Immoral at this Point
DCU Libraries opening at full capacity among changes to reopening of society
Covid-19 has had major effects on the lives of substance abusers
Covid-19 has had a massive impact on everyone, but some people have been affected in more serious and harmful ways than others.
Ireland is facing a “cultural crisis” due to a lack of late-night creative spaces
So, what does the future hold then? Kitt accepts it is “hard to know what moves the needle of public perception” but the continued engagement with the government and the revolutionisation of our Licensing Laws are to be the first step of the ongoing dance that is the innovation of nightlife in Ireland.