Music

The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival to Return to the City

October 13, 2021

The Guinness Cork Jazz Festival is set to fill the city with sound this bank holiday weekend from October 22 to 25.
This news will be music to jazz lovers ears as the 2020 dates for the festival had previously been cancelled in line with the Governments Covid-19 guidelines.

Film

Schumacher: The Netflix Biopic Celebrates the Human Behind the Hero

September 29, 2021

Netflix’s new documentary about the life and career of seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher not only showcases his astounding ability behind the wheel of the world’s fastest racing cars, but also sheds new light on the man he was away from the race track.

Articles

Halsey’s If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power Marks a Raging Return for the Singer

September 29, 2021

Halsey had their first taste of global success with the cheesy EDM hit “Closer.” Together with the Chainsmokers, they released one of the biggest songs of summer 2016. If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power bears no resemblance sonically to any of their other work. It comes with a newfound sense of confidence the singer seemed to lack previously.

News

Brid Horan appointed as new DCU Chancellor

September 29, 2021

DCU has appointed former NGO advocate and current chair of the Irish Cancer Society Brid Horan as the new Chancellor of the university. The appointment was made at the first meeting of DCU’s new Governing

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DCU News

DCU launch Ireland’s first course on ‘Long Covid’

September 29, 2021

A new ‘Post Covid Syndrome Rehabiliation’ course is being launched in DCU with the aim of helping medical professionals identify and treat ‘long Covid’ symptoms. It is the first course of its kind in Ireland

Articles

DCU slumps heavily in Global University Rankings

June 17, 2021

Dublin City University has taken a strong hit in the worldwide leaderboard of the best universities. Data from the QS World University Rankings 2022 showed that DCU has suffered a steep fall of 51 places,

Features

Students look back on one year of online learning

March 24, 2021

This month marks a year since students across Ireland began online learning. We all thought we were getting two weeks off college; little did we realise that if we fast forward to 2021, we would still be in the same situation.