Lifestyle

Veganism- healthy or unhealthy

April 15, 2019

Long term effects on sub sufficient Vitamin B12 are weakness and fatigue. With Vitamin D it affects your ability to absorb calcium and so can impact on your bone health later in life.

Lifestyle

Surviving as a student in the working world

March 20, 2019

Being very young in a new workplace can be tough. There could be bias against a new person if some employees have the attitude of ‘They won’t be as good because I’m older I know more.’

University News

Forty students receive 1916 bursaries

February 20, 2019

Forty students in Dublin received support from the 1916 ‘Leaders and Learners’ Bursary funded by the Department of Education and Skills.

The Hype

Daniel Sloss brings brightness to dark topics

November 28, 2018

The serious discussion he has about love and society in ‘Jigsaw’ has broken up over 10,000 couples, cancelled 40 engagements and cause 54 divorces, according to his Twitter. “All I’m doing is asking you uncomfortable questions that you don’t have the courage to ask yourself,” he says.

National News

Dr Nicky Bertollo wins innovation award for drug and vaccine patches

October 31, 2018

Dr Nicky Bertollo has won the 2018 University College Dublin (UCD) Allergan Innovation Award for the innovative potential within his research to develop a new microneedle patch design to improve drug and vaccine delivery of the skin, giving him a research bursary of €7,000 to allow him to bring his novel microneedle patch design to the next stage of development.

Opinion

The incorrect use of power

October 31, 2018

The incidents that occurred at the Accounting and Finance AGM at the beginning of this semester disappointed students and staff at DCU, but can anyone really say they were surprised?

The Hype

The podcast according to Blindboy

October 17, 2018

As part of the Dublin Podcast Festival 2018, Blindboy Boatclub from the Rubberbandits performed at Vicar’s Street. The Blindboy Podcast has gained a large listenership since it launched in October 2017, so much so that

News

Trinity now a tabacco-free campus

October 3, 2018

TCD previously had tobacco free areas introduced in 2016 which, according to Trinity News caused an “81 per cent drop in smoking in the zones from July 2016 to April 2017”.

Rugby

DCU Ladies Rugby secure All-Ireland Final berth

March 21, 2018

DCU Ladies Rugby team have made it through to Student Sport Ireland’s All-Ireland Rugby final where they will play the University of Limerick Wolves on March 21st at 5pm in Buccaneers RFC, Athlone.

Articles

A girl’s guide to moving on

October 18, 2017

Róise McGagh and Aoibhin Mary Bryant give their top tips for dealing with a break up. Some new rules and some old.

News

Irish student applications to UK drop

October 11, 2017

There has been an 18 per cent drop in Irish student applications to UK universities this year according to reports by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service.

Different date ideas
Lifestyle

Different Dates

April 19, 2017

Dates don’t have to be just drinks and dinner, there are other options worth trying too. This article takes a look at some of the more alternative options out there such as swimming and watching sunsets.

Travel

Bus Strike Blues

April 5, 2017

With Bus Strike Blues in full force, writer Róise McGagh look at why there is a strike and where you can avail of alternative transport. With Bus Éireann Strike disrupting travels last week and word