Month: October 2020
“The Haunting of Bly Manor” tells a chilling love story
DCU students to receive refunds for on-campus accommodation
DCU to examine nurse-led Covid-19 interventions
Universities are permitted to continue with campus activities during Level 5 restrictions
The government announced a move to Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions nationwide beginning at midnight on Wednesday October 21st.
Students to receive €250 payment under 2021 budget
DCU to receive almost €3 million in research funding
DCU will receive €2.9 million in funding towards academic research that was hindered by Covid-19.
Goujons taste just as good in takeaway boxes
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation criticises the treatment of student nurses
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) have warned that student nurses and midwives are being exploited during the Covid-19 pandemic.
200 Plus 2 Days: The Young Activists Fighting for Workers’ Rights
Sport Ireland receives an increase of €36 million in Budget 2021
Sport Ireland has welcomed the significant increase in funding in Budget 2021.
Black History Month: A significant year to celebrate Black History
DCU’s flexible accommodation offers short stay for students
Curbing the maskne epidemic
The power of street art
When motherhood isn’t the mission
The stranded Leaving Cert class of 2020
DCU Student Union host virtual events to help first years adapt
Students unable to access the Loop website on the first day of online learning
DCU students were unable to access their Loop accounts from Monday October 5th, the first day of online learning, as the website was down.
DCUSU launch Covid-19 safety plan
The USI’s #EducationForAll campaign
The Social Dilemma shows the unsocial aspects to our digital lives
Gwyneth Paltrow’s “clean sleeping” promotes a healthy sleep routine
IUA Transported Thousands of Students Through Greet and Transfer Desk
The Irish Universities Association (IUA) has ended its “Greet and Transfer” service at Dublin airport after helping transport thousands of incoming third level international students to their accommodation.
Female-only professor posts tackle gender imbalance in academia
Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris has approved funding for 15 new female professor positions, to help reduce the gender gap that exists for senior academic roles.