Month: February 2018
DCU offers discount to reusable cup users
DCU Professor recognised in European Commission report
A DCU Professor’s research on the importance of emotion in education for preventing bullying and its long-term mental health impacts, was cited in a recent set of top-level European reports.
DCU to host World Anti-Bullying Forum
DCU will be the host of the World Anti-Bullying Forum (WABF) 2019 after Dublin secured a bid to house the worldwide event.
Travel Tales – American fun without the J1
Tasty or just trendy?
Irexit: The next political movement?
Brexit and Donald Trump’s presidential campaign were broadly viewed as a sort of populist uprising against the political establishment.
Stress levels rise with rent, says CEO of housing charity
Renting causes financial and emotional distress, according to the CEO of a housing charity.
DCU second-half scoring spree takes them to their first ever Fitzgibbon Cup final
There is something about Mary
DCU Cycling Club selling cycling kit for all students and staff
DCU Cycling Club will be hosting a slale of cycling gear that is open to the whole college.
They shoot horses, don’t they?
“Small mistakes” cost DCU Force in narrow defeat to IT Carlow
DCU strong enough to be champions in Gavin Kearney’s final year
Gavin Kearney missed out on DCU’s penalties loss to UCD in the CUFL Division One Semi-Finals due to a concussion.
Time to switch off
DCU Athletics dominate IUAA indoors
DCU had a very successful run in the IUAA indoor varsities in Athlone IT on February 9th, winning golds in both male and female categories.