DCU Students’ Union received a petition for a referendum on the university’s stance on a united Ireland last week.
DCU’s team of machine translation experts are transforming communication by helping people work through language barriers to create a world where communication and translation is easier.
Over 450 people attended the Wright Venue on Monday 20th November to witness 15 fights of pure intensity at RAG Rumble, featuring some of St Patrick’s and DCU’s familiar faces.
This year’s Media Production Society annual 24 Hour Broadcast is in aid of the charity SOSAD.
The DCU Students’ Union want you to help them name the new student centre.
Each year 540 people are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in Ireland,with close to the same number of deaths caused by the disease annually, according to the Irish Cancer Society.
The former president of DCU, Ferdinand von Prondzynski, is selling his Westmeath castle for €13.5 million.
DCU Students’ Union is in a “non-financial relationship” with the nightclub Copper Face Jacks, which this year earned €72 million in accumulated profits.
Ninety-six students have dropped out of DCU so far this year and 40 people have also deferred their course for the year.
DCU, University of Ulster and University of Massachusetts have united to regenerate the Clinton Centre in Enniskillen, Bill Clinton announced in Belfast last week.
The number of students registered with DCU’s Disability & Learning Support Service has more than trebled in the last decade.
DCU’s Enactus launched a new project ‘Second Scoop’, aiming to re-integrate ex convicts into society by supplying ice-cream for corporate events, festivals and fairs.
DCU remains the second highest university in the country for sign-ups to SeekingArrangement in 2017, with 568 students registered to the Sugar Babies service, according to the website’s recent figures.
More DCU students received the influenza vaccine in 2017 than in previous years, according to the campus pharmacy.
DCUSU President Niall Behan was attacked while walking home from DCU to Glasnevin two weeks ago.
No first year students were enrolled in a DCU Irish and Journalism course for 2017/18 due to a lack of applicants achieving the CAO points required.
There was minor damage to a building and two trees down across the three campuses in DCU after hurricane Ophelia passed through Dublin on Monday.
DCU become a twitter sensation during storm Ophelia, after tweeting the Taoiseach to ask if they were a college.