DCU 1-07 Jordanstown 1-15 DCU’s Ashbourne camogie team succumbed to an eight-point defeat at the hands of University of Ulster, Jordanstown on Wednesday night, October 14th in St Clare’s. The home side were looking to
In the run up to Halloween, we are bombarded by advertisements for costume shops showcasing what feels like an extensive variation of costumes. There is, however, one stark consistency to the style of these ensembles. While
The DCU Institute for International Conflict Resolution and Reconstruction (IICRR) endeavours to analyse prevalent global and national conflicts and has ran multiple million-euro projects since it’s inception in 2012.
For those who do not know, female genital mutilation is a process carried out in which external female genitalia is partially or completely removed. It is more often than not, done without consent or even anaesthetic to girls anywhere from infancy upwards.
This past week, Shelbourne Ladies’ captain and DCU student Caolán Carroll spoke to The College View about the growth of women’s football in Ireland and abroad, the varying fortunes of Shels in the women’s game
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DCU Freshers hurlers followed up their win against DIT with a nine point victory over St Patrick’s-Mater Dei in Drumcondra on Wednesday afternoon. Gary Tynan (1-10, 6f) and Rian Mcbride (1-3) led the scoring for