DCU News

Hurricane Ophelia damage in DCU

October 25, 2017

There was minor damage to a building and two trees down across the three campuses in DCU after hurricane Ophelia passed through Dublin on Monday.

News

15,000 march against loans scheme

October 11, 2017

“A student loan scheme will mean that the student contribution fee will increase to a minimum of five thousand euro a year,” warned USI President Michael Kerrigan when addressing the crowd of protesters in Dublin.

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National News

Double digit rent increases continue in Dublin

September 27, 2017

The cost of renting nationally is 11.8 percent higher than this time last year, and rents in Dublin have risen an average of 12.3 percent annually according to a report released by Daft.ie. This is the

Students' Union

Podge Henry SU Spread

September 27, 2017

Helping with the vast numbers of students seeking accommodation has been his “most stressful time by far” according to New VP for Welfare and Equality Podge Henry.

Students' Union

Eimear Maguire SU Spread

April 19, 2017

With the academic year drawing to a close, outgoing Vice President for Engagement and Development Eimear Maguire reflected on her biggest challenges; the incorporation and finding her feet in the newly created position. “It was always

Film

Review – Logan

March 22, 2017

After seventeen years of playing his career defining character, Hugh Jackman returns as Logan in this grounded, raw and violent new take on Wolverine in his last adventure.

Film

Sussed: The Oscars’ best pictures

February 22, 2017

After last year’s #OscarsSoWhite controversy sparked outrage on Twitter as well as from the actors themselves, the academy have made an explicit effort to recognise diversity in this year’s films. This can be seen in

Television

A series of fortunate adaptations

February 8, 2017

The new adaptation of ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ on Netflix brings a whole new interpretation of Lemony Snicket’s dark and depressing tale of the Baudelaire orphans to the streaming platform. The story begins small