The sport of athletics dominated the national headlines in mid-August with the stunning performances of several Irish athletes at the European Athletics Championships in Munich. People across the country became increasingly familiar with names such
Perhaps the most infamous GAA match of the last 15 years is the controversial Leinster Senior Football Final of 2010 between Louth and Meath. Its infamy however spurns not from the quality of football, but
On Wednesday the 28th of March the DCU Women’s soccer team travelled to Athlone Town stadium for the O’Regan Cup Final. After a bumpy ride on their year-long campaign, the triumph over Maynooth Ladies B
DCU Athletics had a narrow victory over Cardiff University Athletics in their recent dual match held at Morton Stadium on Friday April 1st. Despite the horrific weather conditions there was some very strong races and
The signing of the Good Friday Agreement twenty-four years ago this month brought to an end the inter-ethnic violence that wreaked havoc in Northern Ireland since its inception in 1921. The accord’s wide-reaching ambitions included
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.
After an impressive Autumn internationals series, highlighted by a 29-20 win over the All Blacks along with wins against Japan and Argentina, Ireland have their eyes set on the 2022 Six Nations, which begins with
As the final whistle blew at the Emirates last Thursday, it was thought Liverpool’s Irish shot stopper, Caoimhín Kelleher, had played his last game in this year’s edition of the Carabao Cup. Despite his heroic
Keelan Kilrehill and Jamie Battle delivered the performances of their lives at yesterday’s Spar European Cross-Country Championships at the National Sports Campus in Abbottstown, Dublin. Both men lined up in the U23 Men’s race
When DCU students Ollie White and Jamie Duff posted a photoshopped screenshot of a conversation that they had supposedly had with Roger Federer to their Instagram stories, they were not expecting their followers, let alone
The curtain closes on another unsuccessful qualifying campaign as the boys in green finish third, eight points adrift of a playoff spot. Despite the disappointment, there’s reason for optimism after a positive week for Stephen
Throughout the past decade, Dublin have effectively voided the Leinster Championship of any real competition, and enjoyed unprecedented consecutive ownership of the Sam Maguire, only broken this year by the tightest of margins. This is
Ireland have made an impressive start on their journey through the qualifiers to what will hopefully culminate in a place at the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Looking to create history
Irish rugby welcomes back folk hero Simon Zebo for the upcoming Autumn internationals after his foray in France with Racing 92. Playing under the illuminated roof of the Paris La Défense Arena seems to have
Cillian Boggan recounts his chat with ex Wexford hurler and All- Ireland winner, George O’Connor about the demands “horrendous” demands of intercounty hurlers while also touching on the current state of Wexford hurling and their future.
The College View’s Jessica Woodlock interviews DCU Ladies Rugby Club players, Aoife Guinan and Louise McCleery on their first game of the 2021/22 season as well as their aims for the rest of the season.