Month: April 2018
Divisive work of Emil Nolde at the National Art Gallery
Teaching on a prayer
Underwater hockey on the rise in DCU
DCU Athletics success continues in 2017/18
Young people pave the streets of tomorrow
An Insight into Dublin’s Underground Cultural Performance Circle
The Weeknd mourns past relationships in new album
DCU Soccer players represent Ireland
Overcrowding in DCU’s libraries during exam periods
A bill in the Dáil is to separate sex education from religion
Siobhán Nic Thaidhg: flags, cups and class reps
Module’s removal from course sparks criticism from students
The sports reporting module is in the process of being removed from the BA journalism course for both current and incoming students, according to the Head of the School of Communications.
Over 45 students ‘sleepout’ for Shanowen Shakedown Part 2
Explainer: The Eighth Amendment
High amount of rugby injuries spark concern among medical staff
USI Vote to Support Boycott Campaign Against Israel
The Metro Hotel must pick up “more of the slack” says local Councillor.
Niall Behan believes attitudes have changed towards DCUSU
Shanowen Shakedown Part 3: Students protest rise in accommodation costs outside Dáil Éireann
DCU students protested the increase in student accommodation prices outside Dáil Éireann today, alongside other students and representatives from Trinity College and USI.
DCU Philosophy Club hold discussion on the 8th Amendment
DCU’s Philosophy Club discussed the 8th Amendment from a philosophical perspective at their biggest event to date on Wednesday, led by four guest speakers.
Positive future across DCU Soccer, says Fran Butler
DCU’s soccer team have continued to be a competitive force in Ireland this year.
Karate and MMA clubs proud of increased spotlight on combat sports this year
Top club honours for DCU boxing
DCU Boxing enjoyed yet another successful year culminating in again being crowned as Ireland’s top third level boxing club.