Television

Was Gilmore Girls worth revisiting?

February 8, 2017

After years of long-term fans patiently awaiting an update from our beloved Stars Hollow, Netflix brought us a six part mini-series, Gilmore Girls: A Year in The Life, to revisit the Connecticut town. If you’re

Features

Bullying is more than just temporary pain

November 16, 2016

It is estimated that 30 percent of young people in Ireland will experience bullying in their lives, which unfortunately often continues into the workplace as an adult.

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DCU News

1030 DCU students apply for Student Assistance Fund this year

October 26, 2016

1030 people applied for financial aid from the Student Assistance Fund in DCU this semester, according to Student Support and Development (SDD). This number is expected to increase when applications reopen in second semester. Last

Lifestyle

Consider Consent

October 12, 2016

Consent is not a subject that should be lightly tip-toed around, as rape cases rise and reported cases fall, people should not fear standing up for their consent as it is their basic human right.

News Features

How to make the most out of university

September 28, 2016

Walking onto campus for your first year at DCU, you might feel nervous, excited and unsure of what to expect. With so many opportunities at your fingertips, it can be overwhelming figuring out how to

Lifestyle

Exam-proof skincare

April 20, 2016

  As a woman who’s suffered from cystic acne since I was 13, I understand the importance of good skincare around exam season. Here’s my top tips I swear by for healthy, spot-free skin: Manage

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Students' Union

Engineering and Computing Hustings: Condon, Hayden and McCullagh

April 6, 2016

The hustings for the Engineering and Computing faculty convener began with a three minute opening statement from each candidate and then opened up the floor for questions. The three candidates running for the position are: Riain Condon, Avril

DCU News

DCU wide network project causes disturbances

February 24, 2016

An upgraded wired and wireless network system is being installed across all DCU campuses and is the reason for recent server disturbances, Information Systems Services (ISS) says.

Features

The Value of Volunteering

October 14, 2015

When starting something new and unfamiliar like university, it is important to feel like you belong. There are many different ways of achieving this, through clubs and societies, being on the class representative council, or volunteering.