DkIT Times, 23-27 May 2016
Mila Khokha, Founder of Baked With Love and recent winner of Best Start-Up Business Award at County Monaghan Enterprise Awards, met Padraic White, Entrepreneur and former CEO of IDA Ireland, to launch 'Swirly Bites' and to showcase her range at the Dundalk Chamber Busin
On Thursday, 26 May students from DkIT performed a Traditional Music Concert at popular Dublin venue, The Cobblestones. The concert featured students from all years of the BA (Hons) Applied Music performing solos and as part of small groups.
A group of third year creative multimedia students from DKIT have announced the launch of their new website Remind Me, a web-based information service aimed at young adults to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s Disease.
A national student midwives debate was held in May to celebrate Midwives Week 2016. The motion for the debate was an extract from the 1916 Proclamation that stated:
When you hear ‘Ethiopia’, it may conjure up images of a Country which has been economically and politically challenged for far too long or perhaps you have visions of a faraway exotic, sunny land; filled with colour, culture and smiling faces. Both images would be accurate.
Dr Martin Maguire, Director of the BA (Hons) in Digital Humanities, has contributed a chapter to the publication Dublin City Council and the 1916 Rising, edited by John Gibney. The Easter Rising had a direct impact on the Dublin City Council.
Pictured at the Vatican, The Edge, lead guitarist with the Irish band U2, became the first rock star to play in the Sistine Chapel in Rome on April 30th 2016.
A showcase of work from DkIT final year students from the BA Music & Audio Production took place on Wednesday, 25th May at the Spirit Store, a key local incubator for music in Dundalk.