The potential sterile threat posed by Artificial Intelligence

April 5, 2023

While the threats of artificial intelligence (A.I.) have been illustrated and proposed primarily through fictional media and literature, the fast development of such artifices like chatbots, voice cloning or fabricated images also known as ‘deepfakes’


What will a streaming service levy accomplish in Ireland?

March 15, 2023

The proposals for a ‘content’ levy by the Government and various Irish entertainment groups is intent on increasing funding for the Irish film and television industry through collecting funds from already existing international streaming providers.


Should DCUSU consider leaving the USI?

February 21, 2023

This Tuesday and Wednesday, DCU students will be asked whether the DCU Students Union should remain members of the wider Union of Students Ireland (USI). Those in support of DCUSU remaining as members of the


Why ridesharing services are needed in Ireland

February 1, 2023

The shortage of taxis in Ireland is an issue that has profoundly been discussed and debated, but no real meaningful or productive improvement has been accomplished as of yet.    While many taxi drivers have


Halloween Ends Review – A Middling End to a Thrilling Trilogy

October 26, 2022

Halloween Ends as a stand-alone movie provides an engaging and entertaining story, with great characters, and with many funny and horrifying moments. However, this movie as the ending to a great horror trilogy is both a divisive and obscure choice to finish on.


Rick and Morty Season 5 – Has it lived up to past Seasons?

March 23, 2022

Rick and Morty debuted in 2013 and it has made an impact as another eminent adult animation, with
positive TV ratings and acclaimed awards, cool merchandise and it’s large presence within
internet culture, but has its latest season lived up to the success of beloved earlier seasons?