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Universal income: a radical idea or a feesible solution?

April 1, 2020

The economic impact of the coronavirus crisis has been catastrophic. All around the globe, stock markets have plunged and unemployment has surged. Governments have been considering various radical measures to lessen the hit on the

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From college to career

April 1, 2020

The notable shift from the labours of university to a full-time job is a substantial transition. Oftentimes recent graduates are expected to make this leap themselves without the third party help and reliability of their university for support.

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Changing the world while growing up

March 18, 2020

While it’s common for us to start to hear from youth activists less as they grow up and head to college, it’s a comfort to know most of them are still out there fighting for

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Facebook friends to the rescue

March 18, 2020

Despite more and more people leaving Facebook for newer apps such as Instagram and Twitter, Facebook holds one important feature –  the ability to create groups. 

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The artificial influencer

March 4, 2020

At the end of the day, does it matter if the content you’re consuming was created by a real person or not?

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The price of a family

March 4, 2020

One third of those who did not conceive through IVF were unable to afford further treatment as a result of previously purchasing these add-ons.

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Vegan diets on the rise

February 19, 2020

I was curious to see if I noticed any health benefits which people claim the vegan diet has, like better digestion and clearer skin

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Mapping the coronavirus outbreak

February 5, 2020

The CDC believes symptoms could appear between two and 14 days after exposure, and include fever, coughing and shortness of breath.

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The public’s investment in Harry and Meghan

February 5, 2020

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke frankly and candidly in a documentary with ITV in October. The world watched as Meghan Markle adopted a stiff upper lip on their tour of Africa – the

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All time high in breast cancer diagnoses

February 5, 2020

Despite the fact that the risk of Breast Cancer increases with age, up-take for the screening service drops drastically above the age of 54. While there was a 74.4 per cent up-take for women in the 50-54 age category, this dropped to 32.1 for the 55-59 year-olds. This fell again to 25.7 per cent for 60-64 year-olds and 20 per cent for the over 65’s greatly reducing their chances of detecting potential breast cancer at an early stage.

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Breaking down the Green Deal for Ireland

February 5, 2020

The idea of a Just Transition ensures that those who have been working in a particular sector for the majority of their lives will not be left without a livelihood or opportunities when the industry closes down or adapts to pursue more carbon neutral practices.