All of the latest on and off campus news.
The EU has funded €7.6 million in an effort to improve mental health support across the country, the HSE announced on March 9th.
The Irish Government are drawing up proposals to examine the possibility of introducing free contraceptive pill for Irish women.
Sixty Trinity students occupied the Dining Hall last Wednesday in an ongoing protest over supplemental fees of €450 being introduced for re-sit exams.
The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) are concerned that any delays finalising the wording of the Eighth Amendment referendum would mean that students will be left unable to vote.
Europe’s largest co-working network will open their new digital innovation hub in the DCU Alpha innovation campus in Glasnevin in September – the first partnership of its kind in Europe.
Two NUI Galway students were hospitalised after taking a “bad batch” of drugs.
A Gender Identity and Expression policy for DCU is currently in the final stages of development and can be expected later this year, the head of the University’s Equality Office has said.
In the aftermath of Storm Emma, Dublin City Council announced water restrictions across the greater Dublin area which left DCU without water across its campuses.
DCU Students’ Union voted in favour of supporting the reunification of Ireland on Friday.
Vito Moloney Burke was elected DCUSU President on March 9th, after securing over 80 per cent of the votes in his favour.
An educational expert has warned parents against obsessing over sending their children to college.
Callaghan Commons is a final year analytical science student, current health and science convenor and the sole candidate for DCU Students’ Union VP for Academic Affairs.
Sorcha Ní Chonghaile is a first year B.Ed student and one of only two candidates running for the position of Oifigeach na Gaeilge on next year’s DCUSU.
The NUIG SU President has called the actions of students who sell drugs “wrong and unjustified”, after a court was told students in Galway are selling drugs to fund college.