Features

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

Features

A place to call home

October 17, 2018

There is now a light at the end of the tunnel for students who have paid ever-increasing rent prices for student accommodation during the past few years. 

National News

Joan Freeman: Presidential Candidate

October 17, 2018

She continued, “As President, I will include young people on the Council of State… We need to listen to young people and that’s why I want to give them a voice in shaping the Presidency for the next seven years.

Features

Binging on a budget

October 17, 2018

It has never been a secret that university students are some of the most avid binge-drinkers. 

News

USI concerned over referendum date

March 20, 2018

The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are concerned that any delays finalising the wording of the Eighth Amendment referendum would mean that students will be left unable to vote.

Blogs

Only one candidate runs for DCUSU President

February 27, 2018

Only one student is running for President in the DCU Students’ Union elections, leaving the race uncontested. There are currently 6 candidates running for the 5 paid sabbatical positions in the Students’ Union, with no

Opinion

The fight to vote

February 21, 2018

To make our country truly democratic, it is natural to argue that our registration system needs to come up to speed.

University News

50% of Arts graduates feel their degree is irrelevant

February 7, 2018

Half of Arts graduates feel their course is relevant to their current employment according to the Higher Education Authority. A new report published by the HEA surveying graduates of the class of 2016 revealed that

Opinion

Should zero-hour contracts be abolished?

November 22, 2017

The problem with these contracts is security or lack of it which is fair. It is hard to expect people to function under these conditions. But does an all-out ban mean nothing but positives for employees around the country. It begs the question will employers now offer sable contracts or just let more staff go and take on 2 permanent part time staff in the future.