Tiger King dominates attention during the pandemic
Direct Provision is causing “untold psychological harm” says open letter to the Taoiseach
Leo Varadkar insists that state exams will go ahead in June
Leo Varadkar announced on Wednesday that Junior and Leaving Certificate exams will go ahead in June, as previously planned.
Students not guaranteed a refund after USIT travel group goes into liquidation
Travel agency USIT’s liquidation has left thousands of Irish students at a financial loss.
Petition to implement “no detriment” policy in DCU hits over 1,000 signatures
A petition to get DCU to implement a “no detriment” policy due to students working from home has passed over 1,300 signatures on Change.org.
Pandemic brings viewers to the frontline of a health crisis
Overcrowded hospitals, exhausted doctors, misinformation, white masks and hazmat suits.
Second and first year grade contribution for final degree of Humanities and Social Sciences students suspended
DCU campus accommodation may be made available to HSE if COVID-19 pandemic worsens
DCU campus accommodation may be made available to the HSE on an emergency basis if the Covid-19 pandemic worsens.
Massive shutdown of colleges and universities due to coronavirus outbreak
All universities and colleges across the country are set to close due to coronavirus, according to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
DCUSU for 2020/2021 academic year elected
Fearghal Lynch was elected as President of DCU’s student’s union (SU) for the academic year of 2020/2021 with 2,288 votes on the third count.
Coronavirus case confirmed in Trinity College Dublin
A case of the coronavirus was confirmed in Trinity by provost Dr Patrick Prendergast.
College View Poll: Majority of students don’t know what way to vote in DCUSU elections
Hustings 2020: Non-binary inclusion, tri-campus engagement and microwaves
Engagement, LGBTQ+ inclusivity and microwaves were just some of the things discussed at this year’s students’ union (SU) hustings in Glasnevin.
DCU and NCI investigating destroyed consent display
DCU and the National College of Ireland (NCI) are investigating Monday night’s destruction of a consent display in DCU’s student centre.
Consent display destroyed in DCU
A display in DCU’S Student Centre highlighting the topic of consent was destroyed on Monday evening.
DCU campus accommodation rent set to increase next year
DCU campus accommodation is set to increase the cost of rent by four per cent for the academic year 2020/2021.