STAND’s Cedric speaks to Ellie Kisyombe from Our TABLE Dublin about the history of Direct Provision in Ireland, changes to the system and the role of ‘OurTable’.
STAND’s Cedric spoke with Lisa nic an Bhreithimh from ShoutOut about issues still faced by those who identify as LGBTQ+ in Ireland.
STAND News Intern Ariana took a trip to the Dublin Chinese New Year Festival, which is taking place from January 24th - February 10th 2020.
Cathal Curry, DCU student and founder of giveback.ie talked to STAND News about the housing crisis and homelessness in Ireland and what solutions might look like.
STAND's Cedric spoke with Abigail McDonnell from DCU Mental Health Society about what it's like to suffer with Seasonal Affective Disorder, otherwise known as SAD. Watch the video below.
After 13 years, the popular southside pub The Bernard Shaw is closing its doors. Over the years, the local pub had grown to become a cultural institution, providing creative space for countless artists and musicians. STAND interviewed one of them.
‘’When you were my age did you know what climate change meant?!’’ Here is a review of last Friday strike and its consequences.
Ahead of the global climate strikes on 20th September, students are asked what they think about it and if they’ll get involved.
Podcast Episode 1: Student Accommodation and the Housing Crisis
Clara Corrigan reviews an environmental art exhibition curated by young activists.