The outgoing sabbatical team tell us about their year in office. Sharron Lynskey and Elaine Carroll report.
Last week’s referendum on whether the SU would support the construction of a labyrinth on campus has been declared null and void. Finnian Curran reports.
The warning comes after fifteen cases of the measles were reported following an outbreak at NUI Galway.
Ryan Foynes takes a look at the alternative rock legends’s first album in 23 years.
NUI Galway are to join UCD and DCU in hiring debt collectors to retrieve unpaid student fees. Shane Houlihan reports.
Casual dating or serious relationships? Our opinion editor Christina Allen asks which one.
A look at the Flux editorial team’s tracks of the week
Ní thig liom na focail chuí a fháil chun cur síos a dhéanamh ar an chlaochlú ar mo shaol a bhuí leis an Michaela Foundation.
DCU Drama Society impressed audiences with their production of Cabaret which took place over three nights in the Helix from April 22nd – 24th.
Institute of Technology lectures have expressed their concerns over the move to technological university status. Lisa O’Donnell reports.
Forty new scholarships have been awarded to Northern Irish students coming to DCU. Chaitanya Brady reports.
The Enterprise Society now hope to expand the event to a European destination next year following this year’s success.
Odrán de Bhaldraithe takes a look at this summer’s more accessible foreign festivals.
Cuireadh tús leis an Lá Dearg nuair a dhear an eagraíocht Gael Force Art na focail “AN LÁ DEARG” ar an Sliabh Dubh.
DCU Student’s Union hosted the inaugural SU Awards ceremony last night in The Hub. Leandro Pondoc reports.
Garrett Lavin reviews the second part of John Michael McDonagh’s “glorified suicide trilogy”
Ticket sales for this year’s Summer Ball were hampered as some students queue for over four hours. John Casey, Sharron Lynskey and Finnian Curran report.
Flux’s new editor welcomes you to its new era and opines on Noah’s controversial all-white cast.
A charity fundraiser for Trinity College Dublin graduate Pádraig Scholar raised over €32,000. Eimear Ní Mhuircheartaigh reports.
The Irish Federation of University Teachers are disappointed about the lack of consultation with staff regarding the merge.
The student website are set to offer discounted prices after recent research showed that two thirds of students have never had a sexual health screening.
Jack Reardon, who received publicity after distributing a video of a racial attack on a Nigerian man, says the bus driver told him the situation was “not his problem”.
The Raising for Animal Welfare society is the first of its kind across Dublin colleges.
The number of staff in Irish colleges has reduced by 12 per cent from 2008 to 2013.
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