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Rachael Diyaolu Journeys Through War-Torn Ukraine.

March 9, 2022

Irish medical student, Racheal Diyaolu, is now on a treacherous two-day drive to flee Ukraine, having spent the past 12 days trapped amidst the ferocious fighting.  As of Monday morning Racheal, along with 8 others,


New year gear

December 12, 2018

Don’t be afraid to be different when it comes to fashion, try the colourful dress, wear a skirt instead of your jeans and buy the colour instead of black

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DCU exams to be held before Christmas break from 2020

December 12, 2018

The DCU academic calendar is on the road to change in 2020 when semester one exams will take place before the Christmas break as opposed to afterwards, according to DCU Students’ Union VP for Academic


DCU delegates hold workshops at 26th Pink Training

December 12, 2018

The 26th annual Pink Training was held in NUI Galway over the last weekend of November, where 21 DCU delegates attended alongside VP for Welfare and Equality Aisling Fagan, who acted as the SU Support

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Java Café goes under construction

December 12, 2018

Java Café on DCU’s St Patrick’s campus is set to go under renovations to upgrade and refresh the social space, said DCU Chief Operations Officer Declan Raftery.


Go with your gut

November 28, 2018

Gut health is linked to hormone regulation, digestion, immune response and even more importantly your overall mental health. It’s time to take it seriously. Lorna Lawless talks through the science behind it all.


Bless me Father, for I have sinned

November 14, 2018

On October 26th, Irish citizens voted to remove blasphemy from article 40 of the Constitution. This means that the government will revoke the law which made it illegal to say something that is offensive to