Opinion

Dublin public transport must be addressed

November 14, 2018

What makes a city? Some may argue that if a larger town has a cathedral, it’s a city. In the modern day, there are many elements to a city, not just a larger church –

Music

Arctic Monkeys storm the 3 Arena

October 3, 2018

Each song was intertwined brilliantly with the one that came before it, carrying a smooth transition from either an energetic hit, to a calmer sound. Kicking off with ‘Star Treatment’, the expertise and professionalism of the band shone.

Student Life

45,000 waiting for driving test date

April 4, 2018

There are currently 45,000 people waiting for a driving test date in Ireland. Although the RSA waiting time target is 10 weeks maximum, Buncrana and Gorey see average waiting times of 19.3 weeks and 18.4

Lifestyle

Ladies Ball Fashion

March 21, 2018

With ball season upon us, Gabija Gataveckaite tells us how ladies can turn out on a student budget, without breaking the bank.

Features

From Russia with love

March 7, 2018

“Huddled in a corner, my brother and I fiddled with the radio until we caught the signal of an American radio station. ‘We’re coming to save you,’ the presenter would say, in Lithuanian. But they

National News

DCU partner with I Wish to promote women in STEM

March 7, 2018

Over 5,000 students attended two workshops in Dublin and in Cork hosted by the I Wish initiative to encourage female secondary school students to choose careers in fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).

Features

This race is no drag

February 21, 2018

RuPaul’s famous catch phrase has echoed around the world and will now echo A’la Irish style, in a yet unnamed Dublin Venue: “Gentlemen, start your engines and may the best woman win”.

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Features

Re-opening the old wounds of the Kerry Babies scandal

February 8, 2018

When ‘Official Ireland’ was a land of saints and scholars where contraception and divorce were illegal, the Kerry Babies scandal shook the nation. Joanna Hayes found herself at the eye of the hurricane that was

Articles

Does privilege triumph talent?

November 29, 2017

Nepotism is a very, very real concept and it’s incredibly frightening. For creatives, it’s a death wish- it prioritises potential contacts and attention over people who really love their job and have a true talent.

University News

Wellness Wednesday kicks off in DCU

November 15, 2017

Wellness Wednesdays continued this week with talks on assertiveness and lifestyle coaching on the Glasnevin campus and Katie Gallagher performing on St Patrick’s campus.

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Television

Sex and Drugs: Life in the red light zone

November 15, 2017

I was a 16-year-old addicted to drugs. Now, I’ve got three beautiful children, that live with my mum, because I can’t look after them,” Kayleigh says, looking directly above the camera and into the producer’s