Month: February 2017
Where did Valentine’s Day come from?
Palestine, Israel and the UCC conference
New year, same issue: what can we do to help the homeless?
The building protrudes from concrete aisles of office blocks, asserting its dominant structure over neighbourly dwellings scattered within its range.
New student employment app launched on DCU SU website
DCU has officially added a Jobbio feature to their website which will allow thousands of students to access potential employers through the Student Union.
Students of Incorporation feeling the loss of their Students’ Unions
DCU Phd researcher becomes first visually impaired athlete to complete seven marathons in seven days
DCU PHD researcher Sinead Kane became the first visually impaired athlete to complete the World Marathon Challenge this week. Sinead successfully ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents with just 5% vision.
Sluascaoilte – Bagairt Nua-Aimseartha
Códúcháin, an teanga nua-aimseartha
Gender neutral bathrooms wheeled out as bike scheme waits for funding
Campus residences made €13,000 on student fines in first semester
Student safety on and off campus
St. Pat’s students voice concerns over graduation location
Trinity SU elects ethnic minorities officer
Constitutional Review Committee to present changes at Class Rep Council
Editorial: New DCU fails to reflect feeling of lost identity among smaller colleges
Over half of DCU students unhappy with incorporation
Survey: The New DCU — How has the Incorporation Programme affected you?
The incorporation of Dublin City University, St Patrick’s College, Mater Dei Institute and CICE was officially finalised in September 2016. Since then, students from each respective college have experienced a host of changes. We at The College View want to know how the incorporation has impacted you.