DCU News

Seat monitors being hired in DCU libraries

April 17, 2019

Seat monitors are being hired in DCU’s O’Reilly and Cregan libraries to clear study spaces that have been saved but left vacant by students during exam time.

Opinion

A more progressive Ireland: fantasy or reality

April 17, 2019

Recent referendums for abortion and less recently gay marriage make it seem like Ireland is stepping in the right direction, and away from its staunch Catholic roots, Sally Dobie asks has enough really changed?

Health

Makeup for all skin types

April 17, 2019

The never-ending cycle of having a reaction to new makeup products and then covering up with more makeup can be tiresome and leave you feeling like makeup just isn’t made for you and that brands just don’t consider your skin type.

Features

The failure of global prison systems

April 15, 2019

‘’Imprisonment has become an almost automatic response rather than a last resort. Furthermore, the penitentiary system in most countries is no longer aimed at the reformation and social rehabilitation of convicts, but simply aims to punish by locking offenders away.”

Lifestyle

Head stuff

April 3, 2019

‘It took over 2 years for me to come off of a waiting list and be treated and throughout my time there I felt I wasn’t being listened to ”

Features

Risky business: the agenda

April 3, 2019

As the sun sets on a frozen Saturday in November, the Cobblestone Pub in Smithfield is bustling. 

Lifestyle

Bodies too, are subject to trends

April 3, 2019

77% said if they weren’t on social media they would be less self-conscious about their body and only 17% said that social media gives them more confidence in relation to their self-image.