Articles

It’s time wages for hospitality work are increased.

March 22, 2022

Finding staff is the biggest threat that the hospitality sector will face this year. Paul Kelly, CEO of Failte Ireland said “After the incredibly difficult long closure period, tourism businesses were delighted to be able

Lead Story

DCU Refugee Week kicks off

March 15, 2022

A film about children living in direct provisiom titled ‘Direct Division’ was screened today in the U building as part of DCU’s Refugee Week.

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Features

The Cost of Being a Student is on the Rise

March 9, 2022

The cost of being a university student is increasing at a very fast pace. Students and their parents are finding themselves living paycheck to paycheck to get an education.  Inflation has caused the cost of living

Lifestyle

March marks Anti-Racism Month in Ireland

March 9, 2022

INAR also noted that they will be launching another report on racism on the 21st of March 2022, stating that they are “poised to lead Ireland in the fight against racism into the 2020s”.

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Artists remove their art from the National Gallery of Ireland

March 9, 2022

The National Gallery of Ireland (NGI), located in Merrion Square, Dublin has awarded a catering contract to the American Company, Aramark, for a three-year term. Aramark has gained controversy in recent years as it was revealed that they profit from Direct Provision in Ireland, which many find unacceptable.

Lifestyle

The art of practising gratitude

March 9, 2022

Practicing gratitude not only has a psychological effect but also benefits an individual physically and socially. The social benefits are particularly important as gratitude is a social emotion, according to Robert Emmons, who has been studying the psychology of gratitude for over a decade.

Podcasts

“The 2 Johnnies” return to RTE

March 9, 2022

RTE have announced that “The 2 Johnnies” radio show will return to 2fm on the 14 March in
a statement released on Monday.
The show was taken off air last week following the controversy surrounding comments they
had made in a video posted to social media from “The 2 Johnnies” podcast.

Lifestyle

Roaccutane: Is it the miracle acne cure?

March 9, 2022

This ‘miracle cure’ is called Isotretinoin, or Roaccutane, as its more commonly recognised. Roaccutane has been described as a controversial form of acne medication by many dermatologists and medical professionals across the world as it has a range of reported side effects.  

Music

Brand new Night & Day Festival lineup announced

March 9, 2022

The Zutons, Villagers, John Grant and Orla Gartland will headline the first ‘Night & Day’
music festival which will take place in September in Clonalis House, Castlerea.
The lineup, which was announced at a launch event last week at The Workman’s Club in
Dublin, will also feature The Mary Wallopers, Cathy Davey, Moxie, Alana Henderson, Paddy
Dennhey, Columbia Mills, Amy Montgomery and Soda Blonde.

Articles

Four Binge Worthy Books

March 9, 2022

In the run up to World Book Day, Kathleen Keane discusses some books she just couldn’t put down.

Articles

A&F clears rumours over ball ticket leak

March 9, 2022

The link to purchase tickets to the Accounting and Finance (A&F) Society Ball was leaked to members of the society a day before tickets were released. This left many students without a ticket as the

News

Single-sex schools to be in the past.

March 9, 2022

A bill to end single-sex schools was published by the Labour party on February 15th. The policies must be finalised within the next 10-15 years. The party says that this move is needed to tackle

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Features

War, Distress and the News: Try to keep a level head

March 7, 2022

In what has been one of the most shocking and disruptive recent geopolitical events, The Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine has dominated headlines and timelines for the past week. As news outlets maintain consistent coverage