The Accounting & Finance (A&F) society are suspended from social activities for semester one after inappropriate conduct during their Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM).
A DCU student has pleaded guilty to charges of possession of €4,000 worth of narcotics with intent to supply.
A series of apartment blocks and parking spaces a short distance away from DCU are set to begin construction next year.
DCU President Brian MacCraith has called for universities to operate in a more entrepreneurial manner, in an effort to make the funding of third level education a more sustainable model.
Christine Lagarde, chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), visited DCU and spoke about inclusion, education and innovation last Tuesday.
DCUSU’s newly elected Irish Language Officer, Sorcha Ní Chonghaile has denied allegations that she tore down posters promoting DCU’s Repeal launch last year.
A preview of the new Student Centre today revealed the almost completed main auditorium area. The full building will be open for the coming academic year.
The DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism (FuJo) will lead a €3.9m project dedicated to the advancement and research of digital and data based journalism.
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.
DCU students protested the increase in student accommodation prices outside Dáil Éireann today, alongside other students and representatives from Trinity College and USI.
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.
The launch of the new DCU student centre has been delayed until September, according to DCUSU President Niall Behan.