By Ronan Duggan The DCU men’s team returned to the summit of inter varsity athletics when comfortably claiming gold at the recent cross country championships at Waterford IT. Once again, DCU’s men’s team toed the
Sinead Brennan talks to three quarters of Superhanz about their latest EP and plans for the future When you hear the word Superhanz you might think of the cocaine addicted musician Super Hans from Peep
Not only were they musicians, they were global trendsetters and cultural icons. They are the best selling band in history, with an estimated one billion records sold, and were each individually named in Time Magazine’s
by Emma-Louise Hutchinson Pushing a TV show in LA, mingling with comedians, actors and musicians, and nights spent hosting events in over 40 cities all over the world – it might not sound like the life
By Aisling Kett The DCU youth branches of Fine Gael, Labour and Sinn Féin have spoken of their contrasting views and plans regarding the upcoming EU Fiscal Compact referendum. DCU Young Fine Gael will campaign
By Catrίona Hughes DCU’s animal welfare society, Whisker has raised over €1,000 so far this year for various sanctuaries helping homeless animals in Ireland. The figure emerged following a neutering awareness campaign and sponsored fast
By Aishling Phelan A DCU Sinn Féin petition could overturn the Class Representative Council’s decision to donate €10,000 to the labyrinth project. At the last CRC meeting, class reps voted in favour of the SU
Recently crowned Purcell Cup champions, DCU’s camogie side will look to achieve the double in tonight’s League final. Emma Brennan and Laura Twomey speak to Brenda White about a remarkable year for the college’s stickwomen.
By Róisín Treacy Atheist Ireland wants teacher training college Hibernia to remove “defamatory allegations” from some of its course notes which blame atheists for some of the “worst horrors of history”, according to the Journal.ie.
By Catríona Hughes University College Cork must pay a former staff member in the research department an ex gratia redundancy payment in addition to her statutory redundancy entitlement after losing a challenge to a Labour
Newspapers will become extinct if they fail to embrace new technologies, according to the editor of The Irish Times. Speaking at an event in DCU last week, Kevin O’Sullivan stressed how important it is for
By Frances Mulraney Class Rep Council voted to amend the funding models on which students would vote, if a second referendum were to take place on higher education funding. The council last Wednesday passed
By Sarah Bermingham DCU Students’ Union joined forces with Drinkaware.ie recently to stage Alcohol Awareness Week, which aimed to encourage students to ‘rethink their drinking’. Events intended to challenge students’ knowledge of responsible
By Aisling Kett Members of DCUFM took part in the All-Ireland Student Radio Takeover last Saturday at the station’s headquarters in the Hub. The radio station teamed up with students from universities such