National University of Ireland Galway has suspended the actions of the Legion of Mary society, after they were involved with a campaign distributing homophobic material around campus. Suzanne Cooper reports.
A huge expansion of the University of Limerick to transform the city has been made possible by funding from the European Investment Bank, of which Limerick deputy Micheal Noonan is Governor. Kate Coscoran reports.
Figures revealed by government show the taxpayer is funding government employees to study at third-level, with over €650,000 spent on educating Department of Justice employees since 2011. Katie O’Neill reports.
Budget 2014 brought in harsh cuts to the Jobseeker’s Benefit social welfare allowance for those under-26 and young people and their represenatatives are kicking up a fuss, report Theresa Newman and Finnian Curran.
Budget 2014 announced changes to the Medical Card system and a hike in the cost of Medical Card prescriptions – DCU’s health services are not in a position to cater for Medical Card students however, as Theresa Newman reports.
USI President John Logue has hit out at comments made by the Irish boss of the world’s biggest payment firm, PayPal, who stated graduate employees carry a sense of entitlement and are not hungry enough
The Australian Internships company has set up its first Irish office, giving hundreds of students around the country new opportunities for work placements abroad. The new establishment will offer six-month work placements to students from
DCU graduate, Helen McEntee, feels she shouldn’t be penalised because of her family name as she prepares to run in the Meath East by-election for Fine Gael. Speaking to The College View, McEntee says that
Young unemployed people have been guaranteed a new job, training or education in a new commitment laid down by EU ministers last week. EU Commission president José Manuel Barroso said it will give people who
President of DCU, Professor Brian MacCraith believes the recent decision by DCU Students to campaign for a free education system is “not a practicable one”. In an interview with The College View, Prof MacCraith said
Labour Party TD, John Lyons, hopes the recent increase in the student contribution charge won’t prevent students in his constituency from accessing third-level education. Speaking to The College View, the TD for Dublin North-West and
Hillary Clinton’s Special Adviser (SA) on Global Youth Issues and Director of the Office of Global Youth Issues, Zeenat Rahman believes young people today have more of a global conscience compared to other generations. In
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson for Education, TD Charlie McConalogue said opposing the student registration fee will not make the problem of third level funding go away. In an interview with The College View last week, he