Diving into underwater hockey

March 18, 2020

Not many people would have heard of the sport underwater hockey. This unique sport has been present in DCU now for over two years and as the popularity grows so does the success, with the club taking home their first ever trophy in Limerick last weekend.


The growing impact of Sober October

October 30, 2019

Sober October originally started as a fundraising opportunity, but its main purpose has now grown to mean much more to it’s participants.


Battling burnout

February 8, 2017

Semester 2 is here and everyone is ready to jump straight back into college life full steam ahead. A lot of students have new year’s goals to finally get themselves sorted with regards to college


Temple Street at Christmas

December 10, 2014

Not all children will get to spend Christmas at home this year. Six-year-old Izzy O’Connell will spend Christmas in Temple Street as she begins her fifth round of chemotherapy.

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DCU still Cycling For Life

October 1, 2014

Founder of Cycle For Life, Cormac Ryan, talks to The College View about the charity and his story.

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Successful year for DCU Sports stars on national stage

April 3, 2013

DCU has had a great sporting year collegiately but the worldwide sporting landscape has also felt the impact of the college. Inter country GAA, international rugby and world athletics have all been areas where DCU

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Gym preference for college’s ‘core sports’

October 17, 2012

DCU’s four “core sports” are allocated more time in the high performance gym than any of the other sports, the Chief Executive of DCU sport Ken Robinson revealed. “We would have our core sports, they