Month: March 2017
USI Congress Breakdown: Congress passes motions in areas of welfare, academic affairs & Union organisation
DCUSU referendum result: 93% of students vote in favour of Constitutional amendments
Opinion: Free drug testing — Fueling the fire or decreasing the damage?
DCUSU election results: Niall Behan elected President as election sees highest voter turnout in SU history
Gnó na Síoige Fiacla
SU Elections 2017: Who, what, when and where?
DCUSU Oifigeach na Gaeilge candidate Caoimhe Ní Chonghaile: Gaeilge on campus, no Gaeltacht fees for students and accessible Gaeilge for all
Employer’s levy to increase by 200 million to help fund higher education in Ireland
The Government is seeking to increase the employer levy by 50% to help fund higher and further education and training by 2020.
Engineering drops in CAO first preferences
The numbers of CAO first preference applications for Engineering in DCU has risen despite a decrease of 5 per cent in first preference Engineering applications nationally.
Mums the word
The Language of Clothing
How Dublin’s drag scene developed
Drug testing kits to be introduced in Irish nightclubs
Is the blockbuster killing film studios?
NUIG becomes latest University to divest in fossil fuels
The Sheer’ madness of the singles chart
Demand for students with Irish degrees grow
UCC Law Society hold inaugural ‘Women in Law’ forum
Larger voter turnout for UCD abortion referendum than SU presidential election
DCU’s all-female business programmes recieve more interest than mixed-gender programmes
DCU sees record number of first preference CAO applications
Review – Logan
After seventeen years of playing his career defining character, Hugh Jackman returns as Logan in this grounded, raw and violent new take on Wolverine in his last adventure.