Features

From part time job to front-line position

April 12, 2021

In unprecedented and often scary times, the bravery of ordinary members of our society has become a source of light and hope in a world dominated by bleak news bulletins and stark health warnings.

Features

Gluten; Don’t grain on my parade

April 12, 2021

A recent survey conducted by Safefood revealed that 92 per cent of consumers of gluten products did not have a gluten related disorder or coeliac disease.

Lifestyle

Achieving a minimalist lifestyle

April 12, 2021

Pints with friends. Pints with family. Pints for the sake of pints. The overindulgence of the festive period is remedied by a call for a dry January and a healthier lifestyle.

The Hype

When PR stunts go wrong

April 11, 2021

In 2019, Elon Musk has become well acquainted with scandal and controversy.   An example that has contributed to this being his donation of a submarine composed of rocket parts quickly manufactured to save children trapped

DCU News

Erin Byrne – Candidate for VP for Wellbeing

March 19, 2021

“Like it’s hard?” Erin Byrne, final year EPL student channeled her inner Elle Woods in her first campaign video in her quest to attain the role of Vice President for Wellbeing in this year’s DCU Students’

Features

Goujons taste just as good in takeaway boxes

October 28, 2020

It’s a Tuesday night in October, students are enjoying cans of Jack Slatts (with dash of course) after a long day of online lectures. This is not the NuBar from six months ago. Then again,

Lifestyle

OnlyFans: What is it and can it be dangerous

April 13, 2020

In Ancient Greece nudity was associated with the gods long before another God came onto the scene with the spread of Christianity. This higher being did not look upon depictions of female nudity as favourably

Lifestyle

Religion and young people in a modern world

November 13, 2019

Kanye West has recently switched his attention from the red hat wearing leader of the “Free” World to a different kind of controversial figurehead, God. 

Features

The movement to ban bloodsports

October 30, 2019

Bloodsports have remained a topic of debate in and out of government buildings, however, the movement to ban bloodsports is stuck at a standstill. “Imagine if a gang of thugs set a pack of dogs

Features

Likes, comments and hatred

February 20, 2019

“She was wearing a thong with a lace front.” Throughout history, choice of clothing has been wrongfully mistaken for consent. Throughout history, women have been told what they can and cannot wear. Young girls become

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Articles

Dea-bhéasach i gcónaí

November 28, 2018

I mBéising bhí troid idir tiománaí bus agus paisinéir. Thit an bhus isteach san abhainn Yangtze agus bádh na paisinéirí ar fad.

Opinion

I am woman, hear me roar

October 3, 2018

Throughout history, society has frowned upon the angry woman. Women have always been encouraged to keep a stiff upper lip in a Bree Van de Kamp fashion, take the higher moral ground and make polite