The role of thesis supervisors in UCD: Symbiotic or unsatisfactory?
Dublin is dying: culture and activism in a changing city
Down the rabbit hole: Women’s health in Ireland
2021: A commuting odyssey
Open ‘til Late: The Proposed Lengthening of Nightclub Opening Hours in Ireland
With new legislation on the horizon, Irish nightclubs and pubs are set to be brought in line with European standards with the proposed lengthening of permitted opening hours. Aoife Rooney examines the bill and speaks to potentially affected groups.…
That's Not Gas: Battling the Ceaseless Increase in Energy Prices
Simon Dobey examines the increase in energy prices, its connection with data centres, and what students can do to keep their bills down.…
An Interview with UCD Confessions
The anonymous student confession page, UCD Confessions, has grown in infamy over the past year, and Caroline Kelly investigates what is so engrossing about other people's secrets.…
Unpaid Internships: Exploitative, or Essential?
Unpaid Internships are becoming increasingly common in Ireland due to the growing requirement for experience in graduates, however, the internships raise several issues, writes Sophie Finn…
Pedestrianisation of Dublin Streets
Digs, Hotels and Automobiles: The Student Accommodation Crisis
Flexibility in a time of Covid
The return to the ‘old normal’
We DO “do” Politics; Going gonzo in the DBS By-Election
Emigration, the perpetual Irish pandemic
UCD’s role in creating the student accommodation crisis
What do the newcomers think of Professor Cahill?
With Professor Dolores Cahill making headlines, Nathan Young asks prospective medicine students how, if at all, the controversies around misinformation and free speech have affected their choice of University.…
Reforming sexual offences law in Ireland
In light of solicitor Sarah Grace’s recent open letter to the Minister for Justice, Grace Donnellan examines proposed reforms to Ireland’s sexual offences law.…