Direct Provision

Ireland’s Asylum System – Hard Labour for Asylum Seekers

April 17, 2019

JR3 Public Affairs Journalism Are Irish prisons working? Is Ireland’s asylum system fit for purpose? Final-year DCU journalism students conducted in-depth investigations into these two major questions in Irish public life. Working with School of

The Hype

The Royle Family and Brexit: A Study

March 20, 2019

The Royle Family and Brexit both share the mentality of blaming others for their situation. Jim cries when the batteries from his remote are stolen but refuses to get up and change the channels himself. As a result, in a hilarious climax, he is stuck watching location, location, location by his own stubbornness.

Music

Remembering The Prodigy’s Keith Flint

March 20, 2019

The Prodigy are the reason that there is still life pumping through the veins of dance music today. They harnessed a raw energy that was birthed in the early nighties and nurtured it so that it still survives today.

Opinion

Stop calling people junkies

March 20, 2019

We simply don’t understand addiction. Labeling is our cosy blanket of ignorance that protects from the cold reality. Addiction is a sickness. It’s a reaction to pain, to abuse and to loneliness.

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Music

Falling in love with the Big Romance

February 20, 2019

In the face of clubs and pubs shutting down all around the city, The Big Romance is putting life back into Dublin’s music scene with this old school cafe. 

The Hype

Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings

February 6, 2019

77 million paintings is an example of generative art. This is art that has been created in part or in whole by something that is not human.

Features

Those winter blues

November 28, 2018

University life, with all it’s merits, will statistically spike the vast majority of our anxiety levels at some point. With the ever darkening days of winter also slowly consuming us, it may feel that anxiety is closer to our front door than ever.