I didn’t think that tattoos should cause me to be judged as a person, especially in the workplace. Having been in professional settings, I have always felt uncomfortable having my tattoos on show for fear of being thought less of as a person.
Trolls and sadists derive pleasure from the pain of others. However, they engage in a psychological rationalisation process to justify this pleasure to themselves. When shown pictures of individuals in pain, trolls will downplay that pain to rationalise their sadistic tendencies.
Much like mental health and other difficult topics to discuss, Irish education has brushed sex education under the rug for the most part. Contraception was illegal in Ireland until 1980, but that was nearly 40 years ago. Times have changed and we need to keep up.
Most college students have heard whisperings of certain societies in various colleges getting up to no good. There are plenty of these societies throughout Ireland with reputations, renowned for partying or questionable behaviour, but far too often these things go overlooked.
It seems to me that there are only two sides to any debate. Hyper-conservative v hyper-liberal policies, pro-life v pro-choice, and so on. Both sides believe themselves to be utterly moral and infallibly correct and
Ireland has begun to work its way out of a “rather dark past” to develop a state that is more responsive to those in situations of vulnerability, suggested Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald at today’s conference on State Accountability for Vulnerability.
77% of DCU students have been worried or stressed about financing their education. The survey, carried out by The College View on 538 students, asked how they fund their education and the impact financial difficulties
DCU will look to maintain their perfect start to the season when they take on IT Blanchardstown on Wednesday afternoon. After comfortably winning their first two ties against UCD and Coláiste Íde, DCU currently lie
After the latest offering from the Bond series, one could be forgiven for disowning the franchise and pledging your allegiance to Bourne, or Jack Bauer, even Johnny English. After the gritty and punchy panache of
DCU Students’ Union President, Paul Doherty, has confirmed a referendum on funding third level education is to be held this semester. Speaking to The College View, Doherty said: “it was mandated through student council that
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With the release of “Skyfall”, James Bond films will have graced our cinema screens for half a century, enduring several wars, the fall of Empires and countless similar cinematic contemporaries. Through five decades, Bond has
The DCU Raising and Giving (RAG) Society raised over €1,000 following the “Underwear Mile” charity fundraiser last Wednesday afternoon. Participants braved the elements and stripped down to their bare essentials in aid of various Irish
DCU Ógra Fianna Fail are the biggest political society in DCU after more than doubling their membership this year. DCU Ógra FF (Pádraig Pearse DCU Cumann) recruited 53 members during the two sign up days,
Three years ago, a new type of television programme was born. A Frankenstein’s monster composed of parts of Big Brother, The Apprentice and Boozed Up Irish Abroad, they called it Jersey Shore. The premise was fairly