National News

Consumers warned against purchasing online DNA tests

December 12, 2018

Last week, reporter Karlin Lillington from The Irish Times asked people to be mindful of exposing their sensitive and valuable data and to avoid DNA tests altogether, citing Facebook as the prime example of data sharing mishaps.

National News

EU and Singapore strengthen ties

October 31, 2018

The EU and Singapore have signed three Agreements: the EU-Singapore Trade Agreement, the EU-Singapore Investment Protection Agreement and the Framework Agreement on Partnership and Cooperation, according to a press release by the European Commission.

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DCU News

Student body to vote on plastic free campus

March 7, 2018

DCU Sustainable Living Society’s successful campaign for a single-use plastic-free campus has borne a DCUSU referendum, aimed at the University’s Board of Directors.

University News

Arts graduates lowest earners according to HEA

February 7, 2018

New arts graduates may earn as little as €13,000 a year, according to a HEA report. But most CAO applicants opt for arts and humanities degrees at 22 per cent, while 16 per cent choose


Bespoke wheels keep on turning: a student success story

November 15, 2017

College is said to be some of the best years of your life, yet its hurdles can be tough considering the responsibility weighing on your shoulders. This may include anything from assignment stress or worrying


Two Sides of Cultural Appropriation

November 1, 2017

David Kelly: This is nonsense No more Halloween, kids. Nowadays, people aren’t interested in what to dress up as, but what not to dress up as. A slew of articles have been released that explain