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New bus route launched for DCU

June 2, 2022

A new bus route by Dublin Bus has commenced, to include a stop at DCU. The N4 bus route will call at DCU’s Collins Avenue stop on its journey between the Point Village and Blanchardstown

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New Hub Aims to Challenge Disinformation In Ireland 

April 18, 2022

A new hub targeting the spread of disinformation online has been launched in Dublin City University (DCU). DCU was selected by The European Commission as part of a network of eight hubs across Europe which

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R.I.P Red – Óg go Deo

April 13, 2022

There was widespread shock and sadness across the entire DCU community on Friday April 1st when people learned of the death of 2nd Year Bachelor of Education student Red Óg Murphy from Curry, Co. Sligo.

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Students pet dogs to help with stress.

April 13, 2022

As part of DCU’s study on the physical and emotional health of students, Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind were brought to campus for the last week of college. The study ‘Promoting And supporting the

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DCU Refugee Week kicks off

March 15, 2022

A film about children living in direct provisiom titled ‘Direct Division’ was screened today in the U building as part of DCU’s Refugee Week.

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Foreign students trapped in Ukraine

March 9, 2022

African students have also faced major difficulties, most have had to stay in bunkers for over 20
hours. They have also faced racism, both at the Ukrainian and Polish border and have been
told to go to the back of the queu.

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A&F clears rumours over ball ticket leak

March 9, 2022

The link to purchase tickets to the Accounting and Finance (A&F) Society Ball was leaked to members of the society a day before tickets were released. This left many students without a ticket as the

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Single-sex schools to be in the past.

March 9, 2022

A bill to end single-sex schools was published by the Labour party on February 15th. The policies must be finalised within the next 10-15 years. The party says that this move is needed to tackle

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What to Expect From Green Week 2022!

March 7, 2022

It’s that time of year again! Green Week is nearly upon us, and environmentalists from all over DCU have been working tirelessly to organise events, talks, and initiatives. Sustainability can be a lonely business, and

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Masks to be required in DCU buildings until March 21st

February 26, 2022

The Chief Operations Officer of DCU has confirmed to students that the University will continue to require masks indoors in all buildings until March 21st. Declan Raftery sent this update in an email to all

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Joy, tears, and a few nods.

February 18, 2022

At 9:45 last night, Nubar was buzzing! Candidates worked so hard for this day and nerves were high. The minimum number of votes for an election to go ahead lies at 1,953 overall votes. On

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UCD seeks Chinese backers

February 16, 2022

University College Dublin (UCD) is seeking to strengthen its ties to Chinese funds, despite ongoing allegations that the Chinese government has influence over academic output by the university. The Business Post reported last Sunday that UCD tendered

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Microsoft and Maynooth team up to support fem in STEM

February 16, 2022

Over 1,000 teenage girls will be supported in progressing into STEM courses thanks to a MicrosoftIreland and Maynooth University collaboration to address digital inequality in education. The collaboration between Microsoft and Maynooth University is taking