News

NAMA makes 12 million profit

April 1, 2020

The National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) has turned a 12 million euro profit for the third quarter of 2019, making almost 60 million euro in the first nine months of 2019.

Gaeilge

Rudaí a dhéanamh le linn ordú dianghlasála

April 1, 2020

Go bhfóire Dia orainn, tá an fírinne nua atá le feiceáil i gnach teach timpeall na tíre aisteach gan aon dabht. I rith cúpla lá bhí na hollscoil go léir dúnta agus bhí Temple Bar

Articles

DCU launch at-home study toolkit

April 1, 2020

DCU’s Student Support and Development faculty have launched an at-home study toolkit in response to many students being housebound over the next few weeks as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.

News

Scientists study the biological effects of racism

April 1, 2020

Racism is linked to the wear and tear of the body due to chronic stress, new research concludes. Scientists have found that racial discrimination is linked to allostatic load among African American women. Allostatic load refers to the long-term effects of continued exposure to chronic stress on the body

Features

From college to career

April 1, 2020

The notable shift from the labours of university to a full-time job is a substantial transition. Oftentimes recent graduates are expected to make this leap themselves without the third party help and reliability of their university for support.

Lifestyle

The disadvantages to working from home

March 31, 2020

According to the 2017 study by Regus, 48 percent reported that children or family demanding attention was the biggest issue when working at home. It can be particularly confusing for children, as your physical presence no longer means access. They may not understand that you have to remain detached and focused on work.

Lifestyle

Best walking trails in Ireland

March 31, 2020

Different counties offer different terrain and scenery, whether you are searching for a challenging hike or a serene stroll, there’s an idyllic walking trail to suit everyone’s needs. 

Lifestyle

The best budget European tour

March 30, 2020

One easy way of travelling to four of the cheapest destinations in Europe is starting with Croatia then to Hungary, Slovakia and finishing with the Czech Republic. All four destinations can be enjoyed with a budget of around €50 to €70 a day.

Music

Niall Horan laments lost love in latest album

March 30, 2020

It’s been nearly ten years since a wee 16-year-old Niall Horan shot to fame. He auditioned for the X-Factor back in 2010, performing Ne-Yo’s song “So Sick,” and nearly didn’t get through as Katy Perry